Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Stitch Play! Mid-February to Mid-March Zoom Class with Julie B. Booth

Using adjectives to describe stitch quality: Chain Stitch by Julie B. Booth

2/4/23 Update:  SEE ENROLLMENT UPDATES BELOW...only one space left in the Tuesday morning class!

What is Stitch Play? 

It's a concept I initially developed in 2020 as a lesson for the TextileArtist.org Stitch Club. Originally conceived as a way to play with Buttonhole/Blanket stitch by randomly choosing from a list of adjectives to describe stitch character and format, I further developed the class in 2021 into a multi-session Zoom course. I'm excited to be offering this Zoom course once again!

Playing with stitch tension to create dimension by Julie B. Booth

In this four-session Zoom class, you will explore the potential of hand stitches through a series of stitching "games" that are designed to get you thinking about stitching in new ways. Each class session focuses on a playful approach using concepts such as maps, wordplay, random choices, stitch combos and stitching the "wrong" way. Along the way, you will develop your own vocabulary of stitch variations to use in future stitched work.

Map created with modified line stitches following a list of directions by Julie B. Booth

Zoom class sessions are 2.5 hours. Choose either the Tuesday Morning or Wednesday Evening class section. All times are Eastern Standard Time (USA):

Tuesday Morning Section (10:00 AM - 12:30 PM): February 21, 28, March 7, 14
Optional Meet & Greet on February 14 ONLY ONE SPACE LEFT!

Wednesday Evening Section (6:30 - 9:00 PM): February 22, March 1, 8, 15
Optional Meet & Greet on February 15 12 SPACES STILL AVAILABLE

(Minimum 5 students, Maximum 20)

Tuition Cost $130 (NOTE: Students enrolled in one of the January Talisman Pouch workshops will receive the $20 Holiday Discount on this class)

Supply List available upon request (no kit)

To enroll please email me at threadborn@gmail.com

Stitch combinations: Back and French Knot by Julie B. Booth

For images of student work from the 2021 class see this post (scroll down).

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