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Our upcoming online course The Stitcher’s Touch with teacher Dawn Donnelly is all about experiencing different and new threads, and stitches while working on a sampler of sorts. The kit will include what is needed to complete the piece, but if there something new on the market you would like to try, then this is the piece for you. The hearts are small and are perfect for experimenting. The student gets to play with Alpaca, Expressions, Super Suede, Burmilana, Bella Lusso, Flair, Panache, Neon Rays, Wisper, Rainbow Linen and Watercolours.
The Stitcher’s Touch Information
Design size: 10½” x 6”
Skill level: Basic-intermediate
Registration dates: Registration opens August 5 and closes September 2.
Number of lessons: 6
Class schedule: Lessons will be posted every two weeks, beginning on October 7 and ending on December 16.
Class cost: Class only (Using your own materials): $40; Class & Full Kit: $140 shipping to US, $145 shipping to Canada, $150 shipping to International locations.
Kit contents and supplies needed: Please find the full list of kit contents, supplies needed and alternate colors below under Course Content or clicking here.
Prerequisites: In addition to skill level student should be familiar with: basic understand of embroidery stitches: French knots, satin stitch, backstitch.
About teacher Dawn Donnelly
Dawn Donnelly is a mixed-media artist with a focus in needlepoint. She holds a teacher certification in canvas with the National Academy of Needlearts (NAN) and teaches nationally and locally for NAN, American Needlepoint Guild (ANG), and Embroiderers’ Guild of America (EGA). Dawn has been recognized for her excellence of work in numerous exhibits. She spends her time volunteering as membership chair, registrar, and dean of faculty for NAN and president for ANG’s Magnificent Obsession Chapter. Several of her articles have been published in Needlepoint Now and Needlepointers. www.threaddd.com