Welcome to the OVGS
|The doors will open. Members are welcome to join in setting up. (The lower hall is accessible by elevator.)
6:00 to 7:00
|Social time / Library This period gives members a chance to visit the library, sign up for programs, or just circulate and socialize.|
7:00 to 7:15
|The library and the membership desk will close for the evening and a brief business meeting will be held.|
7:15 to 9:00
|Immediately upon conclusion of the business meeting, the programme and general stitching portion of the meeting will commence.|
|As the Guild has the premises until 9:00 pm, members are free to stay till then if they choose.|
Aurora by Lorene Salt
Date: November 26th & 27th, 2022
Time: 9-12 both Saturday and Sunday morning via Zoom
Class Cost: $135.00/person or $145.00 (plus shipping costs) for non-OVGS members of EAC-ACB
Sign up ends June 30th, 2022 by 10pm
Congratulations on a Finish - 1
Tamara completed this lovely scenic picture in counted cross-stitch on 18 count Aida cloth. It is quite a large piece at 44 x 63 cm (17.3 x 24.8 in) and it took five years to finish it. Beautiful work Tamara!
Congratulations on a Pandemic Finish - 9
Marianne has completed this beautifully intricate Hardanger tablecloth.
Congratulations on a Pandemic Finish - 8
Lynne completed her lovely Gillyflowers Box as a gift for a friend. What a wonderful gift! It is a Betsy Morgan design and was taught in 2021 by Pauline V.. Lynne really appreciated how Pauline adapted the class to be an in-person and online hybrid so that more members could take part.
Congratulations on a Pandemic Finish - 7
Suzanne has finished a number of projects during the pandemic: A gorgeous Atlantic Puffin from the 2017 Newfoundland Seminar.
Another pretty Newfoundland picture, Gros Morne Dory a Patty Brake Design found in A Needle Pulling Thread.
And to top it all off, two beautiful Blackbird Designs.
Congratulations on Other Pandemic Stitching - 1
Jayne recently completed this beautiful quilt with charming little houses all along the border. She says that she had the pattern for six years but it took a pandemic to get it done!