Online Class: Rosette with Arlene Cohen

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An exploration of specialty stitches!

Our online course Rosette with teacher Arlene Cohen is an exploration of what is typically thought of as “specialty stitches” within the cross stitch world. What happens if these are the only stitches used? This is very typical on canvas, but here is an opportunity to explore the effect on linen.

This project will encourage traditional cross stitchers to try more specialty stitches on linen, encourage general counted thread stitchers to see the effect of solid stitches on linen, and encourage traditional canvas stitchers to see what happens when “their” stitches show up on linen.

More about Rosette

  • Class Details

    Design size: 8″ x 8″
    Skill level:
    Number of lessons:
    Class Format: PDF Lessons + Videos
    Technique: Counted Thread on linen
    Registration dates: Registration opens December 1st 2021 and closes January 5, 2022.
    Class Schedule: The first lesson will be posted on March 2, 2022 and the second lesson will be posted March 16, 2022.
    Class Cost: Class only (using your own materials): $35. Class + Partial Kit: $61 shipping to US, $68 shipping to Canada, $71 shipping to International locations. Class + Full Kit: $105 shipping to US, $112 shipping to Canada, $119 shipping to International locations.
    Kit contents and supplies needed: The full list of kit contents, and supplies needed can be found here.
    Student to supply: Usual stitching supplies: needles (whatever size a student is comfortable with on 32 count fabric), scissors, hoop/frame/Q-Snaps (whichever the student prefers).
    Prerequisites: None

  • Lessons

  • About teacher Arlene Cohen

    Arlene Cohen spends one half of her life as a middle school math teacher and the other half as a needlework designer and stitcher. Under the name WorksByABC (yes, her initials really are ABC), she designs and publishes cross stitch, blackwork, and canvas work patterns. She has also had cross stitch patterns published in Just Cross Stitch and XStitch magazines. You may have seen pictures of Arlene’s sixth grade students during a five-year time span when she was sharing in Needle Arts about her work with teaching students how to cross stitch for a community service project. Hundreds of Kissing Pillows were created by these students and given to deploying troops. A stitcher for her entire life, Arlene has also won numerous awards at ANG Seminars and at Woodlawn.

  • More about our Online Classes

    Visit our Online Courses page for Frequently Asked Questions and more information on how our online classes work.

    Learn more about downloading your lessons, asking questions to the teacher, posting photos of your progress, receiving class emails and more in the Online Course Instructions page.

    Please note: Online Studio course and kit fees are non-refundable.