People: Wanaka Embroidery School 30th anniversay celebrations

Eleanor Wilson of Balfour, and Sue Lucas of Mosgiel.
Eleanor Wilson of Balfour, and Sue Lucas of Mosgiel.
Barbara Rindt of Victoria, Australia, and Christine Stevens of Melbourne, Australia.
Barbara Rindt of Victoria, Australia, and Christine Stevens of Melbourne, Australia.
Glennis Taylor of Riversdale, Alice McIvor of Dunedin, and Lisia Barron of Alaska/Mataura.
Glennis Taylor of Riversdale, Alice McIvor of Dunedin, and Lisia Barron of Alaska/Mataura.
Jak Roberts of Renwick, Pauline Cosgrove-Haggerty of Christchurch, and Bev Webb, Glenys Fry and...
Jak Roberts of Renwick, Pauline Cosgrove-Haggerty of Christchurch, and Bev Webb, Glenys Fry and Roz Bridges, all of Blenheim.
Barbara Smith, Eunice McLeod and Margaret Michelle, all of Dunedin.
Barbara Smith, Eunice McLeod and Margaret Michelle, all of Dunedin.
Shirley Allan of Wanaka, and Judy Thompson of Luggate.
Shirley Allan of Wanaka, and Judy Thompson of Luggate.

Wanaka Embroidery School 30th anniversay celebrations, Lake Wanaka Centre, Saturday, March 15, 2014.  PHOTOS BY: Lucy Ibbotson.

Copies of photos can be purchased from: otagoimages.co.nz

 

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