Sunday, April 17, 2016

Visiting Gail's Stitching Studio

Today seems like a good time to visit Gail Sirna's Stitching Studio website. Those who frequent ANG and EGA Seminars will have seen Gail's teaching pieces.  I'm particularly fond of her Sunflower Santa and Morning Glory Santa which I was lucky enough to see on display at ANG's Seminar in Baltimore, but she has some stunning pieces available for a class near you.
http://www.gailsirna.com/teaching-pieces/

Gail's famous topiaries, now retired stitching classes, can be seen in the Retired Teaching Pieces part of her website. I am not certain if these kits are still available but you can always ask Gail if you fall in love.
http://www.gailsirna.com/retired-pieces/

You may be able to find Gail's book In Praise of the Needlewoman, in your local shop or online.  This art book explores depictions of needlework in famous paintings and is a delight to explore.

Sorry to come over without calling first, Gail, but we brought cookies and cake!

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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