3 New Online Classes Coming Soon with Katherine Diuguid, Kurdy Biggs and Connie Chow

We recently added three new online studio classes with open registration coming soon! These exciting classes focus on a variety of techniques and in each you will complete a beautiful project. See more information about each class and click the “remind me” link to sign up to receive an email letting you know when registration starts.

Online Class: Embroidered Sequin Butterfly Card with Connie Chow

Registration: December 7 – January 4, 2023.
Class Schedule: March 1-8, 2023
Format: PDF Lessons + Video
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In Embroidered Sequin Butterfly Greeting Card with Connie Chow you will be making two wonderful large butterfly sequin greeting cards. This is a great course for beginners as basic stitches such as stem stitch and a modified satin stitch will be taught as well as how to apply beads and sequins to fabric.

Each kit comes with enough material to create two large greeting cards with two butterflies and flower clusters on each. Three different colorways will be available! Learn more.

Online Class: Starlight Angel with Kurdy Biggs

Registration: January 4, 2023 – February 1, 2023.
Class Schedule: April 5, 2023 – May 17, 2023
Format: PDF Lessons + Video
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On Starlight Angel with teacher Kurdy Biggs we will bring Star Light to life using a stitch library consisting of variations of the Crescent stitch, along with Jessicas, Walnetos, and Mistake stitches. These stitches will be worked with an array of lustrous silks that include Soie Perlee, Entice, Gloriana overdyed silk, and Elegance: along with Accentuate and Kreinik metallics. Learn more.

Online Class: Haystacks of Giverny with Katherine Diuguid

Registration: February 1, 2023 – March 1, 2023
Class Schedule: May 3-24, 2023
Format: PDF Lessons + Video
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On Haystacks of Giverny with Katherine Diuguid, students will learn a non-traditional approach to quilting and embroidery taking inspiration from Monet’s haystacks. Digitally printed images will be layered and stitched to create a composition unique to each student. The piece will be worked without a hoop to allow each student’s hand to alter the tension and naturally shift the image. Traditional embroidery stitches will be used in combination with thread mixing techniques. Creative metal embroidery techniques will be introduced to add texture and dimension. Learn more.

Here’s a quick rundown of how our online classes work:  Students get access to the class content based on the class schedule and to a class discussion forum where the teacher will answer students’ questions and where students can post photos of their progress and communicate with each other. Lessons can be downloaded at any time up to two months after the last lesson is posted.  Please check the details for each class to see if the class format will include video instruction.

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