The San Antonio Needlework Guild’s latest exhibit shows the delights of Spring

Once a month, our San Antonio chapter, the San Antonio Needlework Guild, meets to stitch at Forest Hills Library in San Antonio, where they also do exhibits to display their work. In the past, they have done many themed exhibits to be enjoyed by the library’s guests. Some of their past exhibits have been a Halloween exhibit in October 2017, and exhibits for Fall/Thanksigiving and Spring/Mother’s Day.

Among the other activities the chapter participates in, they have also taught children to stitch on plastic canvas, teaching them do to a heart for Valentine’s Day and a pumpkin for Halloween.

What’s next? The chapter will be doing a patriotic exhibit for  November 2018. We look forward to seeing more of their beautiful needle work. You can learn more about the chapter on their website.

See some of the San Antonio Needlework Guild’s work for this year’s Spring exhibit in the gallery below:

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