Don’t miss our upcoming online class Kimono Revisited with teacher John Waddell. This kimono framework is a great place to learn new stitches and ideas as it is a project with multiple areas of learning. First, this class teaches a student to be able to work with color to help in their project development. Blending different colors gives a better eye for colors. The color of canvas and threads will be chosen by each student. This will result, even with two students picking the same canvas and threads alike, in two very different kimonos. This project also helps the student learn to work independently on projects. Fostering independence is a very good thing! Students will gain strength and direction. The teacher will be available along the way with advice and suggestions on this project. So, do you want to take a chance to grow, develop confidence and have a good time too?
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Kimono Revisited Information
Design size: H 19.5″ X W 15″ (on 18 count canvas; can also be stitched on 24 count congress cloth but that would be a bit smaller)
Skill level: Basic/Intermediate
Registration dates: Registration opens December 2 and closes January 6, 2021.
Number of lessons: 11
Class schedule: Lessons for this class will be posted monthly, starting on March 3. The lessons will be posted following this schedule: March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1 of 2021 and January 5, 2022.
Class cost: Class only (If you already own John’s instruction booklet): $60; Class & Instruction Booklet: $88 shipping to US, $90 shipping to Canada, $94 shipping to International locations.
Supplies needed: Coming soon.
About teacher John Waddell
John has been stitching for over thirty years and loves to teach and share almost as much as he loves to learn. Canvas work with the variety of opportunities is his ground of choice. His teaching assignments have included national ANG seminars, Callaway, retail shops, EGA regional seminars and individual guilds (ANG and EGA). John is the twice President of the National Embroidery Teacher’s Association, NETA. He is also a member of EGA’s Fiber Forum.