Classes at-a-Glance

4-Day Classes: May 19 – 20 & 22 – 23

401 Mandala: Sketch to Stitch • Veronique Gaudet • learn more
402 Pattern Couching and Notebook • Natalie Dupuis • learn more
403 Nature’s Rainbow • Linda Lachance • learn more
404 History is in the Bag • Naomi Smith • learn more
405 17th Century Pincushion • Patricia Goaley • learn more
406 Assisi Sewing Pocketbook • Giulia Manfredini • learn more
407 Versailles • Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes • learn more
408  Stitching Only

2-Day Classes: May 19 – 20

201 Elizabethan Cherry Tree • Mike Parr • learn more
202 Lighthouses – Sketching with Thread • Joyce Gill • learn more
203 Making Stitches Work • Carolyn Mitchell • learn more
204 Scorched • Janet Scruggs • learn more
205 Bead and Button Book Cover • Barbara Gilbert • learn more
206 Mint Candy Garden • Carol Storie • learn more
207 Inside Out or Outside In • Diane Scott • learn more
208 Nigel the Flamingo • Hazel Blomkamp • learn more
209 3D Golden Octopus • Georgina Bellamy • learn more
210 Stitching Only

2-Day Classes: May 22 – 23

301 Kaleidoscope Peony • Mike Parr • learn more
302 Up the Beanstalk • Joyce Gill • learn more
303 Elements • Carolyn Mitchell • learn more
304 Creative Design • Janet Scruggs • learn more
305 Exploring Silk Fusion • Barbara Gilbert • learn more
306 Waves of Lavender • Carol Storie • learn more
307 Harlequin Parcel • Diane Scott • learn more
308 Owlfred • Hazel Blomkamp • learn more
309 3D Goldwork Lizard • Georgina Bellamy • learn more
310 Stitching Only

One-Day Classes May 21

101 Magna Carta Needle Accessories • Mike Parr • learn more
102 Daisy Biscornu • Hazel Blomkamp • learn more
103 Goldwork Beetle • Georgina Bellamy • learn more
104 Beautiful Brooches • Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes • learn more

Class Levels

Basic: students need guidance in reading stitch patterns or are new to the technique.

Intermediate: students understand stitch patterns but may need guidance; have taken this technique or similar one at the beginner or basic level; have a beginning understanding of colour and design.

Advanced: students read charts and stitch diagrams with ease, have a good understanding of the technique; have a good understanding of colour and design that allows exploration and creativity.