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Olive's Workshops

Beginning Embroidery: Stitching on Printed Fabric

Regular price $65.00
Regular price Sale price $65.00

Instructor: Ari Tupelo Sandler

Day & Date: Wednesday, May 22

Time: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tuition: $65.00

Ages: Intergenerational (16 and up)

All levels are welcome. No experience required.

Students Please Bring:

  • Note taking materials.
  • (Optional) Some of your favorite printed fabric.
  • (Optional) A snack and/or water bottle. Filtered water is available in the classroom.

We’ll use 4-inch hoops, embroidery floss in a myriad of colors, and a choice of printed fabrics from the instructor’s stash. If you’d rather bring your own non-stretchy fabric (quilting cottons are great!) with a pattern that fits within a 4-inch circle, you are welcome to do so! Projects can be finished as a piece of hangable art using the hoop as a frame, or removed if you’d like to sew them onto something else.

All materials are included with a $20 FEE PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR at the time of the workshop. *Payment by cash or check is required for materials fees. 

About Instructor: Ari is an illustrator, fiber artist, and crafter-of-many-trades. They have a BA in Fine Arts from Flagler College and have been teaching art and craft in various capacities since 2005. Ari is a two-time work study student at John C. Campbell Folk School. They usually live at Twin Oaks, a large rural income-sharing community in Central Virginia with a focus on sustainability and skill sharing. They love fiber work as an accessible, practical, and affordable art form that brings folks together, as well as being something to do during meetings!