Show and Tell

  • Boo Lah De Dah Box Tops

    Boo Lah De Dah Box Tops Designed by Peg Dunayer
  • Boo Lah De Dah 5th Saturday Project

    Members working on the beading project taught by Cindy Hambrick
  • Merry Christmas

    Stitched by Sandy Crow by designer LizzieKate
  • Merry Christmas

    Stitched by Sandy Crow by designer LizzieKate
  • Wedding Sampler

    Stitched by Sandy Crow by designer LizzieKate
  • Christmas Bell

    Designed and stitched by Cindy Hambrick
  • Santa Ornament

    Designed and stitched by Cindy Hambrick
  • Frens

    Designed and stitched by Posy Lough, adapted from a drawing by her niece's 7 year old daughter Grace.
  • Frens Original Drawing

    Grace's original drawing that Posy adapted.
  • Tranquility

    Tranquility, an original design by Linda Connors is stumpwork worked on polyester Shantung silk with cotton, chenille, beads, muslin, felt, organza and wire. Photo: L. Connors.
  • ASG Holiday Party 2015

  • ASG Holiday Party 2015

  • Saturday Boo-La-De Dah boxes

    Amanda H., Paula F., Phyllis D.
  • Saturday Boo-La-De Dah boxes

    Amy D., Peg D., Leslie Howell
  • Saturday Boo-La-De Dah boxes

    Candace Oliver
  • Saturday Boo-La-De Dah boxes

    Barbara T. and Denise H.
  • Saturday Boo-La-De Dah boxes

    Linda Connors
  • Tapestry

    Tapestry, a Sue Reed design, stitched by Mary Ann Booth. Worked on canvas with cotton, silk and metallic thread. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Holiday Brooch

    A Carolyn Sherman design featured in the September 2009 issue of Needle Arts magazine, beaded by Carol Wallin. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Fantasy in Pink

    Fantasy in Pink. An original design by Carol Wallin. This was an exercise in creativity and technique taught by Kimberly Smith as an ASG month program. The technique was applying sheer fabric over needlepoint canvas, and to stitch on top of it. The creativity was choosing your own threads, stitches, embellishments, as well as the kind of finished item it would become. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Starry Night

    Jane Poole worked this beaded interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night designed by Sigrid Wynne-Evans. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Prickly Paisley Box

    Prickly Paisley Box, worked by Corliss Englert, is a Japanese-style beading project designed by Mary Alice Sinton, from a San Antonio Needlework Guild program. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Red Lace Sewing Case

    Red Lace Sewing Case. A Drawn Thread design stitched by Sandy Muir. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Southwest Courtyard

    Southwest Courtyard, stitched by Mary Sue Kerbow, on a painted canvas by Sharon G. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Smocked Eggs

    Smocked Eggs stitched by Cindy Hambrick, from a Marcy Collins class. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Mexican Bird Scissor Fob

    Mexican Bird Scissor Fob, stitched by Lauretta Jackson, was designed by Shepherd's Bush. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Plimouth Plantation Sweete Bag

    Lauretta Jackson stitched Plimouth Plantation Sweete Bag. The design was inspired by a sampler at Plimoth Plantation, made in 1664 by a girl with the initials "EC". In the 17th century people used fragrant sweet bags to perfume the air or clothing. Photo: B. Vinson.
  • Blackwork Rose

    Blackwork Rose: an interpretation by Cheryl Christian. Finished in a fabric covered box. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Egg Factory

    Egg Factory, stitched by Carol Eix. Canvas artist: Rebecca Wood. Photo: B. Vinson.Carol says: "This is one of the first pieces I stitched and completed as a beginning needlepointer. I thought it was a fun whimsical canvas and had a lot of fun stitching the hens and especially the rooster! I created the framing concept for this piece utilizing the chicken wire and matte cut like a barn."
  • Blue Ribbon Sewing Box

    Blue Ribbon Sewing Box, designed by Sherri Jones and stitched by Elizabeth Kist. Photo: B. Vinson
  • Boo!

    Boo! a painted canvas design, stitched by Corliss Englert. Photo: B. Vinson
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