Last year I read about a new challenge from the San Francisco School of Needlework and Design. Entitled Healing and Reflection, the challenge was to produce a stitching exploring the concepts of healing and one’s experience with embroidery. I was enticed to participate, as I have found much benefit in my own health journey, once I returned to creating with needle and thread.
Many years ago, when my children were small, I tried a few embroidery kits. As my son and daughter grew, and participated in a variety of sports, dance, karate, and chess, my time for creative outlets dwindled, and embroidery fell by the wayside.
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Embroiderers’ Association of Canada, Inc.
Association canadienne de broderie, Inc.