February Zoom meeting

The next scheduled meeting of the Regina Stitchery Guild is Tuesday February 9th at 7 pm. This is a Zoom meeting. Non members may attend one meeting without purchasing a membership. Contact the web master for log-in information @...

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2023 – EAC’s 50th Anniversary

EAC is looking for members to design a portion of a stitch-a-long sampler project to celebrate the 50th anniversary of EAC/ACB. They want to promote our “Member Designers”. Closing date for submissions of designs is January 31, 2022. For more detail see the complete article on our Events...

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Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

Square Dance is Cathryn Miller’s newest exhibition. Unified by a common material and the use of the square as a recurring design element; this exhibition explores both the encryption and the transmission of memories and messages. The works are textile-inspired, and paper is transformed through a variety of processes such as cutting, folding, printing, painting or stitching. Exhibition dates : January 16-March 6, 2021. Virtual artist talk:...

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EAC-ACB Seminar: Magical Mystery is going Virtual!

Due to COVID 19 the Magical Mystery EAC Seminar that was to be held in Richmond BC from May18-23 is going virtual. Not all classes will translate well to online so some class will not run. People who pre-registered will by contacted by January 25th to confirm their classes. Registration will be open on February 1st for anyone who still wishes to participate.

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January RSG Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the Regina Stitchery Guild takes place via ZOOM Tuesday evening January 12th at 7 pm. Members of the public are invited to participate. Send an email to mail@reginastitcheryguild.ca for login information for the ZOOM meeting. The topic of discussion for the meeting is how to make Inchie art.

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Home Front Care Kits

For the second year the Regina Stitchery Guild has partnered with the Provincial Capital Commission and the Royal Canadian Legion to send Saskatchewan Military Veterans Support on the Home Front Care Kits. Good things really do come in small packages. The brightly colored boxes include a hand crafted item made by a member of the Regina Stitchery Guild, short bread cookies, candies, chocolates, a deck of playing cards, Legion face masks and Lest...

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