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Saturday, August 14, 2010

The Old North Church, Boston Needlepoint

Work took me to Boston, MA recently. I had very little free time, but did manage to make it to downtown and the Old North Church. Took some pictures of the needlepoint done by the ANG Massachusetts Chapter. I would like to have gotten closer, but it was Sunday and the youth of the church were hanging out, blocking the rail and making comments about the tourists! Kids these days. Here is what I was able to get. Enjoy!


Deborah said...

It is a beautiful Church and the needlework is lovely. i am glad that you enjoyed your visit.

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

Such a beautiful church and those cushions are gorgeous. I got to see them a few years ago when Rob and I did a tour thru NE. THanks for sharing!

Lynn said...

Being married to an organist, I've been in several churches now and have seen many kneelers which have been stitched either by members of the congregation or the LNG. I find they are all so lovely and there is so much work which goes into them. I almost hate to kneel on them!

Cole said...

Don't you love being able to see new things?? Those cushions are amazing!