Monday

Interweave Embroidery Webinar

photo courtesy of Interweave

This spring I will be teaching my first Interweave Webinar on the topic of beginning embroidery.
The live Webinar is scheduled to take place on May 15. I hope you can join me!

Needlecraft courtesy of Interweave

For more information, please visit the Interweave Store here:
http://www.interweavestore.com/embroidery-for-beginners-learn-planning-tools-and-techniques

8 comments:

  1. I so wanted to follow this link. I began embroidery at the age of 4 and have always taught it to both boys and girls in my primary school classes but would love to see what you say about it - there are always new ideas to learn.
    Sadly the link just comes back as 'no such page exists', perhaps because we live in the UK?
    I really enjoy your posts.
    Jenni

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    1. Dear Jenni, I am so sorry for the inconvenience this has caused. The folks at Interweave decided to rework the webinar to be set for later this spring, on May 15. It should be available to you in the U.K. in May. Please feel free to email me at: slatefallspress AT comcast DOT net for more info, or check back here in a few weeks. Thanks!

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  2. I love this post. Thank you so much for sharing these. It makes me want to be more mindful of the backside of my embroidery. I'm always thinking of ways of covering it up with scrapes of cloth to hide the mess. :)

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    1. You are welcome! I am enjoying embroidery again, I took a few years off!

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  3. It looks amazing, I am crazy about this blog and it works. Really its so good and i am very thankful to you. In very informative and useful for me. Thanks for share.

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  4. I never knew that it depended on thenumber of stitches one got. I just assumed that it was so much per image that was placed on the garment. Guess you learn something new each day.

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    1. Yes, you certainly do, happy stitching!!

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