It was a rainy evening, but we had a pretty good showing for April’s meeting.
It was great to see what everyone is working on.
…and to reconnect,
….to have a few laughs,
…and share some stories.
Thanks for a great evening!
If you missed this month’s meeting, there’s always next month! We’ll see you on the 4th (May 4th).
Thelma brought the gorgeous tatted banquet size table cloth that her mother made
a couple of closer views of this tatted masterpiece
and a tatted butterfly, also made by Thelma’s mother.
The NeedleNerds are a friendly group of knitters, crocheters, tatters, spinners, weavers, embroiderers, needlepointers, and all around needlers who live around Douglas County, Georgia. We welcome stitchers of all skill levels. Our meetings are informal and there are no membership fees. Beginners are always welcome!
We meet at 7:00 pm on the first Monday of every month except for Mondays that fall on a holiday weekend, like New Year’s, Independence, or Labor Day, when we meet on the second Monday of the month. I post meeting reminders to our Facebook page and on Twitter.
The NeedleNerds are currently meeting at the McDonald’s restaurant on Chapel Hill Road (just south of the I-20 ramp). We’ll be the obvious group of needlers sitting in the back of the restaurant.
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