Photos and more: EGA members took embroidery everywhere on Stitch-in-Public Day 2019

We celebrate needle arts by hosting a Stitch-in Public Day in February each year. Our latest Stitch-in-Public day was this past Saturday. We have already started hearing from chapters and members who stitched in a wide variety of public places including coffee shops, libraries, laundromats, restaurants and even at the Capitol.

Check out where some of our chapters and members stitched over the weekend and scroll below to see some great photos of the action.

Our Sand Dollar Chapter in Florida stitched and displayed their work at the Volusia Mall in Daytona Beach.

Our Lamplighter’s Chapter in Woodstown, New Jersey stitched at the Deptford Mall.

Our Louisville Chapter in Kentucky stitched at A Stitchen Time needlepoint shop.

Our Tri-Area Needle Arts Chapter in Ceredo, West Virginia stitched at two local Paneras.

Our Casper Needle Guild Chapter in Wyoming stitched at the Eastridge Mall.

Our Fort Worth Chapter in Texas stitched at a coffee bar and eatery.

Our Needle Arts of Toledo Chapter stitched at Chandler’s Cafe in Sylvania, Ohio.

Our Memphis Chapter in Tennessee stitched all day at Panera.

Our Starlight Stitchers Chapter in Tempe, Arizona stitched at the 25th Annual Phoenix Quilt, Craft and Sewing Festival at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.

Our Southern Illinois Stitchers Chapter in Carbondale stitched all day at Barnes and Noble and recruited 3 members for their chapter.

Our Low Country Chapter in South Carolina stitched at the Bluffton Library.

Our Omaha Needle Artists Chapter in Nebraska stitched at the Millard Public Library

Our Dogwood Chapter in Atlanta stitched at Barnes & Noble.

Our San Antonio Needlework Guild chapter stitched at the Library.

Our York White Rose Chapter in Pennsylvania stitched at a market.

Our Texas Star Chapter didn’t stitch in public but has a display at the library through the end of February.

Our Diamond Chapter will be stitching at the Main Library in Little Rock on February 23.

Here’s where others stitched: Erin Rodewald in Washington DC(photo above). Susan Jenkins Davidson stitched earlier on a four-hour train trip to Toronto(photo below). Claudia C. Kyle stitched at a coffee shop. Cynthia Tenney at the Norwalk Public Library in CT. Lisa Jo Bezner at a Laundromat. Kathleen Hoy stitched at the YMCA.

Did you stitch in public this past weekend? Tell us where you stitched in the comments below!

Our next Stitch in Public Day is on February 1, 2020!

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