Celebrate the Art of Stitching” showcases numerous, diverse pieces of extraordinary needlework that allow you to explore the variety of techniques and threads stitchers can produce. The exhibit includes original designs, adaptations of art and photographs, and commercial designs from nationally known designers.

The Main Line Stitchers chapter meets on the second Monday of each month from 7 to 9 pm. The group also holds a Stitch-in on the fourth Saturday of each month, from 11 am to 3 pm. Contact us at ANG.MLS.NEEDLEPOINT.ORG for more information. 

MAC Gallery Guest Artist: Mainline Stitchers

June 2021 virtual exhibition: “Celebrate the Art of Stitching”

Celebrate the Art of Stitching” is a virtual exhibition featuring the needlework from members of the Main Line Stitchers, a local chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild, Inc.™.

Virtual Reception: Saturday, June 12, 4:00 – 7:00 pm. Below is the video recording

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In this exhibit we are pleased to show

By Beth Tillman

  • “Art’s Pond”, 55” x 22”, by Edie and Ginger
  • “Egret Scroll Tapestry”, 24” x 18”, by Kathryn Moulinex
  • “Iris Scroll”, 37” x 13”, by Kathryn Moulinex
  • “Russian St Nick”, 18” x 12”, by Peter Ashe

By Buff Biddle

  • “Log Cabin Quilt”, 15” x 15”, by Judy Dubois
  • “Sudoku”, 14” x 14”, by Kathy Rees

By Debra Hollander

  • “Fuji Mountain & Three Cranes”, “Koi on Black” and “Wedding” Kimonos, 10” x 8” each by Lee
  • “Snowy Egret”, 13” x 15”, by Art Needlepoint Company

By Heather Lynn Gitlin

  • “Tzedakah Box” (Jewish charity box), 7” x 7” x 2½”, by Heather Lynn Gitlin

By Joanne Pascoe

  • “Granada”, 11” x 11” or 15” diagonal, by Jane Zimmerman
  • “Holiday Delights: Thanksgiving”, 10” x 10”, by Kathy Rees
  • “Stella Polaris”, 10” x 10”, by Michael Boren and Carole Lake

By Kristen Gengler

  • “Patchouli”, 12” x 12”, by Tony Minieri
  • “Peace Trilogy” of Serenity (left)/Harmony (center)/Tranquility (right), each 13” x 18”, by Kathy Rees
  • “Shady Colors”, 13” x 13”, by Carole Lake

By Linda Mitchell

  • “A Toast to Tiffany”, 14” x 20”, by Kay Stanis
  • “Fire and Ice”, 13” x 20”, by Toni Gerdes
  • “Lofts”, 15” x 20”, by Sharon G
  • “Mission Garden”, 12” x 15”, by Carolyn Sherman
  • “Queen Victoria”, 12” x 14”, by Gay Ann Rogers
  • “Ribbon Dancer”, 20” x 15”, by Dorothy Lesher
  • “The Wright Kimono”, 13” x 18”, by Toni Gerdes

By Lisa McGinnis

  • “Crescent Journey”, 9” x 9”, by Melita Glavin
  • “Fox Fire”, 7” x 7”, by Marsha Luke

By Lori Corbett

  • Stitches in Sterling, 7” x 7”, by Nancy Cucci
  • Sunrise Reflection, 8” x 7”, by Wendy Moore

By Meghan Mickle

  • Bees Buzzing, 15” x 15”, J Child Designs

By Melita Glavin

  • “Crazy Quilt”, 10” by 10”, by Betty Pillsbury
  • “Daisy”, 16” x 16”, by Paula Manning for Dream House Ventures, Inc.
  • “Flying Cranes Wedding Kimono”, 17” x 15”, by Lee
  • “Madam Carina”, 16” x 16”, an adaption of a stained glass wall hanging by Melita Glavin
  • “Patchwork of Peace”, 15” x 19”, by Mary Clark Donegan/Connie Camp; 247 different stitches (each square); 60 different silk, cotton, metallic, and blended threads
  • “Spring Sampler”, 9” x 12”, by Melita Glavin
  • “Tahitian Treat”, 16” x 16”, by Melita Glavin

By Patrick Barron

  • “Color Inspirations”, 12” by 8”, by Orna Willis
  • “Eagles Jersey”, 4” x 4”, by The Studio Midwest and “Eagles Stocking”, 4” x 4”, Kathy Schenkel
  • Various repurposed items by Patrick Barron

By Sally Moser

  • William Morris Tapestry, each 18”, 18”, by Beth Russell Needlepoint

By Stephanie Sher

  • “Elephant Parade”, 14” x 14”, by Anita Gunnett
  • “Gemini”, 8” x 8”, Designer unknown
  • “Green-eyed Girl”, 9” x 11”, Designer unknown
  • “Red Cranes”, 9” x 12”, Designer unknown