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Chapter Project Book
The CHAPTER PROJECT BOOK (CPB) is published by ANG regularly to provide programs to further the education of the members of ANG. The intent of the CPB is to provide program and workshop materials for chapters. An individual who has stitched the project leads the participants through it, providing tips, hints and guidance to the group and to individuals as needed. The CPB is not intended to be used individually by a member; its intent is to give groups of chapter members an opportunity to work projects designed and prepared by national teachers without having those teachers come to the chapters in person. It gives chapters an opportunity to benefit from the expertise of national teachers at no cost.
 
Each chartered chapter receives a copy of the book, and projects in it may be used for ANG chapter  programs or workshops only. Photographs and descriptions of CPB projects can be displayed on Chapter  web sites and in social media. Include the title of the piece, the name of the designer and that this is a design from the ANG CPB with the photograph and description. Project material lists may be reproduced in Chapter newsletters but NOT on Chapter websites. The instructions for stitching the CPB projects are for individual use only and may not be posted on Chapter web sites, in social media, or in internet chat groups; they also cannot be printed in Chapter newsletters. Each ANG member who participates in a CPB program or workshop will receive one copy of the instructional material for the project; this copy may be distributed electronically or printed and distributed. Chapters are responsible for informing their members that the instructions may not be shared in any form.
 
The CPB is not to be used outside of chapter meetings/workshops. The CPB belongs to the chapter and is not the property of the officers. It should be displayed at chapter meetings, and the members should be consulted as to which projects they want to do. Now that the CPB is being distributed electronically, the chapter should make arrangements to store it for future use should the need ever arise. ANG plans to store all future Chapter Project Books on the website.

 

Photos of the 2017 Chapter Project Book Programs are available HERE

 

 

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ANG is an educational, non-profit organization whose purpose is educational and cultural development through participation in and encouragement of interest in the art of needlepoint. ANG defines needlepoint as any counted or free stitchery worked by hand with a threaded needle on a readily countable ground.

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