2015 Workshops

2015 Workshops

Saturday Group

Roses 4Roses-4

3rd Saturday of February, March and April

The Saturday ladies will work this design over 3 months. Silk ribbon in 4mm, 7mm and 13mm will be used to create these realistic Roses.

Thursday Group

Merrilyn’s Flowers, a Needleworker’s Companion Bag. Guild-Thurs-Group--2015

Tuesday 7th,14th and 21st July

This class was so popular with the Saturday Ladies that the Thursday group would now like to make their own Companion Bag.

Students will select the flowers they want to stitch from An Encyclopedia of Wool Embroidery Book and use threads from their own stash.  Great fun, great flexibility with great results.

All Threads – Brisbane

Fifi’s Fuchsias

Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March  Fifi's-Fuchsias

Fifi’s Fuchsias was designed in a ‘light bulb’ moment while teaching for All Threads earlier this year.

It will be a pleasure to teach this for the 1st time at All Threads.

To book for this class contact www.allthreads.com

Needlework Cruise

crazy roses

1st to 15th April

Crazy Roses is a freestyle embroidery project stitched with wool.

Each student will create their own special design, by choosing their own colours from the range provided in the kit and the placement of the Crazy paths and Roses.

Tudor Garden and Garden Gates are both counted canvas (needlepoint). These delightful pieces are easy to work.

Tudor Garden

Garden Gates

A Stitch in Time – Hobart Tasmania


21st to 24th May 

I will be teaching these two pieces at the ANG Seminar USA 2015. These classes at A Stitch in Time are the prerequisite pilot classes for each design.

To book contact www.astitchintime.net.au


Not Santa's Beard


American Needlepoint Guild

2015 Seminar Myrtle Beach SC

24th September to 4th October

I have been selected to teach at American Needlepoint Guild Seminar 25th September 2015 to 2nd October 2015.

For  details  please contact ANG:     www.needlepoint.org

Weekly Class

Every Monday afternoon a group of enthusiastic ladies meet to stitch and learn about embroidery.

This class started as a ‘learn embroidery stitches’ class and three years later we are all still learning (including the teacher). Threaded into a class of friendship and chatter the students work on projects of their own choice, stitching original freestyle embroidery, hardanger,  crewel  and counted needlepoint.
Finished items completed by the class have included dolls blankets, carry bag, foot stools, framed pieces, cushions/pillows, lids of trinket boxes, small table cloths and needle books.