Sashiko Inspired Squares: Woodland Creatures

Zoom/Online Event

Spend an hour each week stitching in this fun hand embroidery sampler class, held online via Zoom. This is an 11 week class, starting July 18, 2024. Each week, you will learn a new sashiko-inspired stitch, a Japanese embroidery technique where the stitches are based on combinations of running stitches and threaded running stitches, placed on a grid. Class dates: Thursdays July 18 – September 26, 12:00 – 1:00 pm Central Time. Your registration for this class includes access to pre-recorded lessons, so if you need to miss any class, you can catch up with the recording on your own schedule. Your class fee includes a pre-printed panel with six woodland creature blocks. Each includes grid patterns and/or placement markings to help with your stitches. The animals include a rabbit, duck, fox, hedgehog, toad, and squirrel printed in navy blue. These were designed by Becka and printed on 100% cotton fabric from Spoonflower. Each finished block is 5 inches square and can be finished to make into coasters, pockets, the center of a patchwork pillow or quilt block. You provide the rest of the materials and tools for class. See list below. You do not need embroidery experience for this [read more...]

$45.00

DCL Online: Embroidered Ledger Books

Zoom/Online Event

Make a pair of small notebooks with embroidered paper covers. These small notebooks are embellished with a sorbello stitch. Learn to tear down paper from larger sheets, a great skill for recycling paper to make more notebooks. For this class, you will need to provide a 12” metal ruler.

DCL Online: Origami Dresses

Zoom/Online Event

Learn to make folded paper models that look just like high fashion dresses. Watch a demo of how to use a free online kaleidoscope tool to make your own custom patterned papers that look like fashion fabrics. Then we’ll use some fun pre-patterned papers and learn how to fold the dresses step-by-step.

DCL Online: Origami Dresses

Zoom/Online Event

Learn to make folded paper models that look just like high fashion dresses. Watch a demo of how to use a free online kaleidoscope tool to make your own custom patterned papers that look like fashion fabrics. Then we’ll use some fun pre-patterned papers and learn how to fold the dresses step-by-step.

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