Online Class: Vintage Log Cabin with Terry Dryden

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Based on one of teacher Terry Dryden’s favorite American quilt patterns, our online class Vintage Log Cabin introduces the stitcher to the idea of interpreting a quilt design with needlework stitches to produce the vintage look of the original quilts.

You will use 11 silk threads, both stranded and perle, while learning how to miter and wrap stitches around corners. Cotton floss and perle threads can be substituted for the silk threads (and different colors chosen). The teacher has included her own graphed alphabet for your use in creating the monogram center. The finished design is approximately 6 inches square which makes it a great size for many types of finished projects

Vintage Log Cabin Information

Design size: 6″ X 6″
Technique: Needlepoint
Skill level: Basic intermediate
Number of lessons: 3
Important dates: Registration starts March 4 and ends April 1, 2020. Kits will be shipped around May 18, 2020.
Class schedule: Lesson 1 will be posted on June 30, Lesson 2 will be posted July 15 and Lesson 3 will be posted on July 29. (These dates have been updated due to shipping delays)
Prerequisites: some experience working from charts and diagrams; using a laying tool; and working on 18-count canvas.
Class cost: Class Only $35; Class + Full Kit: $150-190

About teacher Terry Dryden

Terry Dryden has been teaching and designing for more than twenty years. Her training in art and architectural and landscape design have inspired her designs which range from delicate florals to bold geometrics and bargellos. She is continually exploring new ways to combine color, texture and stitch, and encourages her students to also expand their knowledge of new materials and techniques to personalize their work. She is a nationally recognized ANG Master Teacher and teaches at EGA and ANG Seminars, regional guilds and local needlework shops. Her designs and “In Stitches” column have appeared in NeedlePointers and Needlepoint Now magazines.