Past Programs

June 2022 Program – Snowman from the Jan/Feb 2022 issue of Needlepoint Now!

March 2022 Program – Spring Fling (Flower or Banner)

Designed and taught by Nancy Cucci

Flower Banner Formula

  • Green Metallic (#12 Kreinik or Fyre Werks Soft Sheen?)
  • Family of 4 greens:  very light, light, medium, and dark
  • Family of 4 for flowers:  light, medium light, medium dark, and dark.
  • Optional white for flower petals in top square.
  • Beads to match middle of flower family
  • Note: for added texture, use #5 pearl cotton for medium light and medium dark values of flower family.

Butterfly Banner Formula

  • Metallic — sample:  Fyre Werks Soft Sheen FT39 Lite Blue
  • Over-dyed floss or silk  — sample:  ThreadWorx 1015 Ice Blue
  • Floss or silk to match  — sample:  Anchor floss  A1 Snow White, A117 Thistle Light, A128 Cobalt Blue Light

February 2022 Program – Baroque

Designed and taught by Margaret Bendig

January 2022 Program – Bargello Needlecase

HeartFeltDesigns1 on Etsy

October 2021 Program – Have Broom, Will Travel

Canvas by Kam

September and November 2021 Program – Laurie’s Heart

Designed and taught by Nancy Cucci

June 2021 Program – Firecracker!

Canvas by Kam

Year Long Project – 2020 through May 2021

December Dazzle – Designed and taught by Nancy Cucci

Year Long Program – 2019 through 2020

Star Dance – Designed and taught by Margret Bendig

February and March 2019 Programs

Peeps!

The instructions for this purchased canvas were from the Needlepoint Now Magazine.

Stitching was taught by Mary Ellen Bell (February) and finishing was taught by Linda Dunsworth (March).

April 2019 Program

Earth, Wind, Fire, Water from the Chapter Program Book

Taught by Lynn Wilkenson

Sample stitched by Lynn Wilkenson

January 2019 Program

Heart

Designed and taught by Margaret Bendig

December 2018 Program

Silver and Gold Ornaments

Designed and Taught by Nancy Cucci

October 2018 Program

Candy Corn – Canvas by Kam

The January, May, and June programs of 2001 focused on Thanksgiving standups. The programs were taught by Lynn Wilkinson, Sally London, and Nancy Cucci.