Those who know me well will tell you that I like to socialize. It's true, I like the socializing that comes with stitching get-togethers almost more than the actual stitching itself. Since recently re-joining our local needlework guild, I have looked forward to our twice monthly stitching nights. It's fun to see the projects that the other stitchers are working on and frankly, it's fun to talk about stitching!
This past weekend a group of us gathered at a local quilt shop that rents out its classroom for a nominal charge. We stitched from 9am until 3pm; some brought a bag lunch and others grabbed a bite at the restaurant located next door to the quilt shop, their food is good and their service is very efficient.
Everyone had a great time stitching, chatting, and looking at each other's projects. Here are some of the projects that stitchers were working on...
Some worked on cross stitch, some on hardanger, others were embroidering. It didn't matter what project we worked on - we admired each others work and enjoyed each other's company. It was a fun day spent doing what we love - socializing and stitching!