St. Isidore Anniversary was February 7, and we were able to see the next two designs done by members of our populace that will become part of the Scrapbook Quilt. Katherine Bedford and Adelwyn Atwater were our winners of the day!
Embroidery by Lady Adelwyn Atwater
Embroidery by Katherine Bedford.
We also had our new design available for St. Isidore. Quite a few of them were picked up, so it will be exciting to see them when they are returned to St. Artemas Anniversary in April!
The design for St. Isidore Anniversary!
See everyone soon! Until St. Artemas Anniversary, happy stitching!
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