Through the Needle’s Eye: 21st EGA traveling exhibit

Through the Needle’s Eye

January 14 – March 30, 2019

Opening reception January 17, 2019 6-8pm

 

The Stevens County Historical Society will once again host Through the Needle’s Eye, a nationally traveling exhibit created by the Embroiderer’s Guild of America (EGA). Through the Needle’s Eye exhibit is a display of traditional and contemporary needlework. The mission of the Embroiderers’ Guild is to inspire passion for the needle arts through education and the celebration of our heritage.

Along with the main exhibit, SCHS will host a juried textile exhibit and programs nearly every weekend. Check back for an updated calendar of events!

Programs will include:

  • 2-day workshop with national EGA teacher Barbi McPhee, Saturday, January 19 and 26, 2019
  • Hardanger class by Clarice Dieter on Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • Prince Cherrywood Challenge Quilt display: February 4-15, 2019
  • Presentation by Karla Overland, curator of the Cherrywood Challenge on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019
  • Bus trip
  • Spinning demonstration
  • Open stitch sessions
  • Classes on knitting, crocheting, and more!
  • Exhibit of local fiber arts from our museum’s artifact collection
  • Partnered exhibit with the PRCA

Embroiderer’s Guild of America: https://egausa.org/

Cherrywood Challenge: http://cherrywoodfabrics.bigcartel.com/challenges

PRCA: http://www.prairierenaissance.org/



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