Two-Day Classes May 17-18
You will enjoy playing with shades of colors, textures and dimensions in this monochromatic project.You will use various embroidery stitches in different ways. This project merges 2 work techniques: Encrustation and Brazilian embroidery.
Fashion a sampler out of porcupine quills using insertion techniques on a birch bark base. This form is used to create dimensional items such as, but not limited to boxes, pin cushions, and needle cases or keeps.
In this two day class, the student will work the Eastern Blue Bird on a Pine Branch with needle painting embroidery. This intriguing technique uses the threads as your paint on a closely woven fabric to create a realistic picture.
This workshop is for those new to beading on fabric as well as for students wishing to explore some textural techniques. The goal is to introduce you to bead embroidery and how this can be used to create a flower or garden.
This canvaswork piece was designed after an inspiring visit to the Morse Museum in Winter Park, Florida. Worked on #18 mono canvas, this design offers over twenty different canvaswork stitches including Crescents, Arrow Smadeus, Knotted, Waffle Variation, Teardrops and more.