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Category: Gatherings

Monthly Gathering

Our first Monday gathering will be on Monday, 16th January. At our December 2022 gathering there was some lovely work on display!

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Gatherings – Let’s Explore

In 2023 we will be holding regular “Let’s Explore” days at the Kingborough Women’s Clubrooms, Kingston Beach, 10am – 3pm. Our Let’s Explore days are just that…a day for members

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Monthly Gathering

Our final gathering for 2022 is Monday 12 December. Please note that our December gathering is on the second Monday of the month, not the third, as is usually the

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Gatherings – Let’s Explore

As the festive season looms, our next Lets Explore gathering will be in the New Year. Please keep an eye on Stitching and Beyond Events for information about Lets Explore

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Monthly Gathering

Our November Gathering will be held on Monday 21st November 10.30am-12.30pm. Come along and share company and creative spirit with a like-minded community. We have wonderful photographs to share from

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Gatherings – Let’s Explore

Let’s Explore … Procion Tray Dye Fabrics and Threads: At our next Let’s Explore Day on 20th November we will enjoy experimenting with some simple but exciting ideas of applying

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Monthly Gathering

Our October Gathering will be held on Monday 17 October 10.30am-12.30pm. Come along and share company and creative spirit with a like-minded community.

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Gatherings – Let’s Explore

Let’s Explore … Creative Stitch Techniques: At our next Let’s Explore Day on 16 October we will be exploring creative stitch techniques. Come along with your favourite threads and ideas

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Monthly Gathering

Our September Gathering will be held on Monday 19 September 10.30am-12.30pm. Come along and share company and creative spirit with a like-minded community.

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Gatherings – Let’s Explore

Let’s Explore Basketry Techniques – The traditional art of basketry makes use of natural materials, including young twigs from trees and shrubs like willow, plant roots, grape or honeysuckle vines,

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