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Spend an hour with a needle and thread exploring the art of embroidery. Each week you’ll learn a new kind of stitch: chain stitch, satin, back stitch, buttonhole, figure eight knots and more. We’ll start by making abstract doodles with the basic form and then try out different variations to add texture and color. For inspiration, we’ll look at a few examples of each stitch used in different ways in modern and vintage textiles. Beginners are welcome; you don’t need any sewing experience for this class.

This is a drop in class held every Thursday at noon (Central Time) / 6pm (GST). It is held in partnership with SoulSanity.io as part of their artmaking & wellness program and is open to anyone.

How to register: Just RSVP below so I can send you the Zoom link. The March sessions of these classes are free as an intro to this new series.

March 3 •  Running Stitch & Variations

March 10 • Chain Stitch & Lazy Daisy

March 17 • Feather & Fly Stitch

March 24 • Back Stitch & Variations

March 31 • Magic Chain & Variations

Materials needed for class. This will be the same for all class sessions:

  • An assortment of 3-5 colors of embroidery thread. I recommend 6-stranded cotton “cross stitch” floss or #8 perle cotton.
  • An embroidery or chenille needle. Embroidery or chenille needles have a large eye and a sharp point; this is different than the kind of needle used for cross stitch or quilting/sewing. I recommend a size 24 or 26 Chenille or size 7-10 Embroidery needle.
  • A small pair of sharp scissors
  • A small piece of fabric to stitch on. I recommend a piece of wool/rayon blend or 100% wool felt fabric approximately 6×6 inches or 15x15cm. You can also use a mid-weight woven cotton fabric.
  • For fabric/thread/needle examples and resources with more details please see: www.beckarahn.com/stitch

OR Get the bundle!

You can also use this link to get a supply kit I have assembled at Maydel.com. I am partnering with Maydel through a cool “mutual support” program that they have which lets me put together a class supply kit for you and then I get a small commission credit to their site to get supplies to make samples and develop more classes. It’s a win for everyone! I’ve picked my favorite colors and the basics you need, but you can customize the kit to get the colors you like too.

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