embroidered canvas with a variety of stitches and fibres that create texture
Ahwahnee as stitched by designer, Lorene Salt
The EAC Education Committee has been working diligently to bring new courses to members. EAC Education Director Jennie Wolter says, "Educational opportunities do take time to develop, write, test, revise and then offer to our members.  Your past Education Directors have been busy developing many of these new offerings.  I am delighted to share what these latest and greatest opportunities include."

A new year-long Group Correspondence Course by Lorene Salt, titled Ahwahnee, is open for registration. Lorene says, "This piece was inspired by the large stained glass windows in the Great Room of the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park." Get all of the details about this exciting new course on the EAC website.

Jennie, was test stitching Ahwahnee in a different colour way during Seminar 2016 and has used her finished piece to create a special bag.
embroidered canvas with variety of stitches and fibres that create lots of texture
Ahwahnee as stitched by EAC Education Director, Jennie Wolter
large tote bag with Ahwahnee stitched canvas on the front as a decorative panel
Jennie Wolter's Ahwahnee added to the front of a bag
For those who want to work on their own, remember that we also have a new Online Correspondence Course, Echoes of Glass, registering until November 30, 2016.

Remember that all EAC courses are for members only. Find out how to become a member on our website!


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The Embroiderers' Association of Canada (EAC) is a national non-profit educational organization whose purpose is to have a fellowship of persons who enjoy needlework and wish to learn and share their knowledge; and thereby to work towards maintaining higher standards of design, colour and workmanship.

Our aim is to preserve traditional techniques and promote new challenges in the Art of Embroidery through education and networking.

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