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Learn the basics of handling embroidery floss, perle cotton, and alternatives to embroidery floss. Learn techniques to transfer designs from paper to fabric. Learn the following 10 stitches: Running stitch Split stitch Back stitch Stem stitch Chain stitch Lazy Daisy Feather Stitch Buttonhole/blanket stitch French Knot Satin...
Join Aaron Head, Nashville-based visual artist, for an introduction to Indigo and Shibori workshop. Participants will learn basics of shibori dyeing, with an emphasis on Itajime (shape resist) and Kumo (twist resist) techniques. Materials will be provided. Students will leave with dyed cotton fabric and a dyed linen scarf, along with a...
Who doesn't love tie dye?! Every other Friday this summer, join us for a tie dying session- appropriate for all ages! We will provide all of the dying materials but you bring the fabric you'd like to dye. For $5, you can dye one larger item (ex. t-shirt) or two smaller items (ex. bandana and socks). Note: Dress for a mess! Though messiness...
We are excited to announce a combined medium class taught in one day. Mirrah Johnson, a fiber art graduate from The Appalachian School of Craft will teach you the art of natural indigo dyeing. Participants will get to dye their own silk scarf using 6,000 year old techniques to create their own unique pattern in this beautiful blue hue. While the...
Join us to make an adorable bear for a child with a rare or undiagnosed disease. We sew up the bears and then mail them to be stuffed and given to a special child
(Sewing Machine Class.) Join the Tuffet Nation by learning how to make one of these adorable tuffets. You will have lots of fun strip piecing your foundation using the flip and sew method and then constructing your Tuffet with wood, foam and power tools! *We provide power tools* Pick up your pattern and pre-class instructions when you sign up...
(Sewing Machine Class) A useful and sturdy tote with plenty of organized storage. Snaps, inside pocket, outside zipper pocket and an exterior pouch. Make this tote with the beautiful cork fabric.
This is a perfect way to organize all your sewing machine needle packs and always know what you have. Six interior pages with up to 36 labeled pockets to carry your sewing machine needles in style! Finished size 13” x 6” x 2 ¼”.
(Sewing and Embroidery Machine Class) Easy Does It! That describes the quilt and the quilting technique. Learn to use your embroidery machine to finish up your own quilts.
This class is a simple introduction to the concept of crochet basics. You will learn how to chain stitch, create a slip knot, single crochet, read a pattern and abbreviations, weave in ends and sew side seams. Supplies not included and may cost up to $14.
(Sewing Machine Class) Get a taste of Chenille Flannel and learn many different machine quilting techniques as you make this quilt. Choose your size by the number of blocks you make. Techniques include: channel quilting, outline quilting, free-motion quilting, stipple quilting, and embroidery machine quilting (if you own an embroidery machine).
Learn the necessary basics: Cast on, knit, purl, bind off, yarn over, I-cord and seaming as you make a hat. Experience Required: Absolute beginner; no prior knitting experience needed Materials Required: About 200 yards yarn, appropriate needles, and pattern