Monday, May 25, 2015

spotlight on the work table

The Metropolitan Museum of Art- NYC

Bear and Faun- Morningside Park NYC

St. Thomas Episcopal Church NYC

There has been a lot of creative and fun things orbiting around me lately....between my daughter's high school performance in The Laramie Project, and the making of fabric oddities and fabric beads for my May STITCHED class, and my awesome 43rd birthday to name a few.

This 'spotlight on the work table" is a hodge podge of photos.

St. Patrick's Cathedral NYC

These are some of the fabric beads and oddities I am teaching within STITCHED.
These little beaded morsels that I call Strawberry Beads and Loop-D-Loop beads are super colorful and pretty easy to make.
The next class is an intro to needle tatting...and the list goes on below.
Join STITCHED for a year full of sewing projects that you can work on at your own pace.

May: Fabric Beads
June: Needle Tatting
July: Art Yarn Making (the Alma Stoller way)
August: Odd Birds
September: Silk Ribbon Embroidery
October: She's So Unusual (Art Quilt)
November: The Taxidermist's Apprentice ( an Art Doll Class)
December: Handmade Winter Wear
January: Lace Making
February: Home Decor Basics
March: Rag and Scrap Quilts

The High Line NYC

Turtle Pond Central Park NYC

Freedom Tower 9/11 Memorial

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