Embroiderers Guild special Open Day

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Sylvia Stead writes: "South Cheshire Embroiderers Guild here in Audlem are holding a special Open Day on the 16th April 2009 in the Public Hall, Cheshire Street with a list of 11 traders: The Bead Trail, Clothaholics, Oliver Twists, Rowandean, Stef Francis, The Beetroot Tree, Elvincraft Yarns, Quilters Trading Post, The Silk Root, Threshing Barn & Variegations all to tempt you Knitters & Embroiderers.

"Following the successful exhibition last year, we will have some of our members demonstrating various techniques of embroidery, beading etc.

"Debbie & Vernon from the Salad Bowl will be serving refreshments in the hall and you know how lovely their cakes are, so why not save your pennies and come along and join us for what will be a fantastic day — all are welcome.

"Entrance fee is £1, Opening times 10:00 am- 3:00 pm. For more information phone Sylvia Stead on 01270 811 296"

 

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