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Elements Show at RGAC

…I did not know that fiber arts could be so very well done, so truly artful. The quilted pieces on display range from intricate embroidery to painted silk, from garments to wall art, and from abstract to landscape to figurative. Definitely a fabulous display of the broad range of creativity possible with fabric, needle and thread! This show will only be up for another week, ending next Friday, so I strongly recommend you go see it soon if you haven’t already. You’ll be glad you did!

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African Folklore Embroidery Challenge Followup

Of interest to our quilters, fiber and needlework artists, as well as anyone who might find themselves in the Los Angeles area during this fabulous embroidery and International Quilt Show!

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Japanese Embroidery Lecture by Embroiderer’s Guild of America Master Certified Judge Sponsored by Southern Oregon Stitchers

The Southern Oregon Stitchers Chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America (EGA) is pleased to offer a lecture on Japanese Embroidery to the public on Satur- day, June 18th, 2011 in Central Point. Presenting will be Georgann Lane, EGA Certified Master Judge.

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