Still Stitching: 19th Century Tapestry

November 16, 2011

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The Stitching Sisters, 19th Century Large Tapestry The second phase of the Annapolis Tapestries was ceremoniously delivered to my home early in November 2010.  The Project Chair, Remy Agee, and her husband, Bob Agee, proudly unrolled the beautifully hand painted canvas and awaited my reaction.  As they had expected, I was shocked and amazed at […]

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Their Story: 18th Century Large Tapestry Stitchers

November 12, 2011

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Mary Ann, Stitching Host, 18th Century Large Tapestry The first phase of the 300 Tapestry Project had finally been painted  by a very talented specialist in canvas painting and now was housed in the home of the Lees, ready  for the volunteer stitchers in the Fall of 2008.  I had seen an article in the […]

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5 Years and Counting!

November 12, 2011

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 An ongoing project, the Annapolis Tapestries is now in its fifth year of community activity.  After 3,266 hours of stitching the 18th  Century large tapestry and hundreds of hours to complete 8 of the 12 smaller, complimentary 18th Century panels, we are preparing for the Tapestries’ first public exhibit! My name is Remy Agee and […]

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