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Home Arts Club hears about monogramming
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Michele Bond of Beeville stands by the heavy-duty sewing machine she uses to do her monogramming work. Bond recently showed the Home Arts Club of Beeville a sample of her work and gave them a presentation on monogramming.
Contributed photo Michele Bond of Beeville stands by the heavy-duty sewing machine she uses to do her monogramming work. Bond recently showed the Home Arts Club of Beeville a sample of her work and gave them a presentation on monogramming.
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The Home Arts Club met on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Beeville Country Club.

The program was presented by Michele Bond, a native of Beeville, who graduated from A.C. Jones High School and is a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin. She has taught in many schools districts in Texas, and her last one was at A.C. Jones, Beeville. She retired from teaching in 2011.

She is married to Johnnie Bond, and they have three daughters, two sons and eight grandchildren.

Her business, Michele’s Monograms, is operated out of her home. She brought pictures of the heavy duty machine that she uses to do her work. She sews custom-made baby burp cloths, baby blankets and other items and does all styles of monogramming. She displayed throws, clutch purses, carry on bags, shirts, slippers, robes, etc. Michele is creative and has a style that is unique.

The hostesses for the meeting were Evelyn and Pam Jeanes. They had the tables decorated with red and white daisies that were in decorated mason jars.

Small tea towels that had been monogrammed by Michele were given to each member.

The next meeting will be Feb. 26, and hostesses will be Jonnie Jordan and Donna Shears.
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