Seminar 2019

May 14 – 19, 2019

Seminar 2019 Video Presentation

Boutique vendors – The following vendors will be in attendance: 

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  – A Threaded Needle – Susan Fletcher
  – Cindy’s Threadworks – Cindy Scraba (Wednesday)
  – Colour Complements – Lorraine Stobie (Wednesday – Friday)
  – Stitchers’ Muse – Dione van Beynum
  – Treetops Studios – Elaine Dendy (Saturday)
  – Victorian Pleasures – Betty Caskey

 

Merchant Mall vendors – The following vendors will be at the Merchant Mall:

  – Bonneau, Stephanie
  – Burrows, Leslie – EAC table
  – Carter, Tawney
  – Clyburn, Anna and Karen Dearborn
  – Cole, Alison – Alison Cole Embroidery
  – Drummond, Kathryn – Gingerbread Girl Needlework Designs
  – Dupuis, Natalie – Sew By Hand
  – Gala Fabrics
  – Handelman, Rochelle – Embroidery on Paper by Rochelle Ann
  – Lisakowski, Zenon – Dieppe Road Creations
  – Loewen, Susan
  – Mugford, Diane – Lowry Work Stands
  – Parr, Mike – Mike Parr Embroidery Designs
  – Robicheau, Kathryn – Stitcher Surprise
  – Rollerson, Dale – The Thread Studio
  – Salt, Lorene – Lorene Salt Needlearts
  – Shepherd, Lisa
  – Storie, Carol

 

 

Book of Days – Patterns

Spools Scissor Blocks

Decorative Bell – Pattern
                       – Finishing Instructions

More patterns coming!

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Seminar 2019 – Activities at a Glance – pdf file for your convenience

Seminar 2019: Beyond the Edge

Activities at a Glance

Members’ Exhibition of embroidered works –

Includes the Project 150 tapestry pieces

Cadboro Commons building – Village Greens room

Open -Wednesday, May 15 – to Friday, May 17: 9:00am – 5pm

Saturday May 16 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Stitchers’ Boutique – Cadboro Commons Building – Caps Bistro

5 merchants with stitching related items.

Wednesday May 15: 8:30am – noon, 1pm – 5:30 pm

Thursday May 16 – 8:30am – 5:30pm

Friday May 17- 9:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday May 18 – 8:30am – 5:30 pm

Sunday May 19 – 8:30 pm – 1:00pm

Merchant Mall SUB – Michele Pujol Room 

Thursday May 16 – 7:00pm – 9:00m

a two hour shopping frenzy. Different merchants, including several of the seminar teachers.

Friday May 17th – 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Spend an evening with Karen Selk to hear her very special presentation –

Textile Treasures of Asia

Textiles have been some of the earliest ambassadors to open the doors to a better understanding and respect for other people and cultures.  Throughout history all aspects of making cloth has been looked upon as significant.  Textiles made from rich and varied resources have triggered awe, jealousy, respect and wars through the millennia.  Images will show how the lifestyle, landscape, religion and regional resources have provided people with unique opportunities for silkworm rearing, yarn making, dyeing and design symbols to make cloth that is beautiful, distinct and part of their story.

David Turpin Lecture Hall A120

Tickets required. Cost $5.00 if purchased ahead, $10.00 at the door.

Contact Barbara_Gilbert@telus.net for tickets

Check the EGV website for further details www.embroiderersguildvictoria.ca

 

 

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