New Petite Project: Spring Glory by Kim Sanders

The Education Department is pleased to present the latest in the Petite Project series: Spring Glory by Kim Sanders chapter member from The Laurel Chapter in North Carolina. This silk ribbon  project is small and will bring a breath of spring whenever you work it but especially on a cold winter day.

Petite Projects is a collection of over 60 beautiful projects in a wide-range of techniques made available as a benefit to EGA members. If you are an EGA Member you can find your Petite Projects on the left sidebar of your profile under Member Only or by clicking here (You need to be logged in for the link to work properly). If you are not an EGA Member yet, learn more about how to join EGA here.

We thank the designer and hope you enjoy this new project!

We are continuing to look for designers for future Petite Projects. There has been a request for more surface embroidery and ethnic stitching techniques. If you have a small project you are willing to share, please contact, subject line Petite Projects. The projects are thoroughly tested and proofread by the education publications committee. If you need help in the presentation, we are willing to assist.

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