The details for the Woodlawn Needlework Exhibit 2013 have recently been announced. The exhibit will be from March 1-31 at Woodlawn Plantation near Mount Vernon.
According to the site, it is “held annually to support Woodlawn. Woodlawn was the home of Eleanor Custis Lewis, one of America’s foremost needleworkers. The exhibition honors her legacy by maintaining the tradition of the needle arts and by raising funds to preserve her estate.”
The exhibit is open daily except Tuesdays. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students (through high school) and children under 5 are free.
You don’t have to be local to enter, they accept shipped submissions. If you’d like to enter take a look at the final brochure.
Visit Woodlawn’s Exhibit site for more details.