Monday Afternoon’s I will be returning every few weeks to Launceston to stitch with my regular group. Learn Embroidery Stitches My new Council (Shire) offer a range of lifestyle classes and I have been offered to join their list of tutors. We are offering a Beginners to Embroidery Class, two hours for three weeks. In […]
I have just finished teaching five days at the EGA Seminar in Alexandria Virginia. It was geat fun and I had wonderful students who accomplished a lot. My four day class had 22 students including two who had never done counted needlepoint. Fuchsias bloomed on day three and four. Some students went home with a […]
The delights of being on a Cruise are many, one that I really like is you only unpack your suit case once! To book into one of my classes go onto to www.needleworktours.com.au. Needlework Tours and Cruises are very professionally run and great fun to be involved with. During the Cruise there is plenty of […]
Embroiderer’s Guild of America: International Teacher Tour Arizona and Minnesota Sector USA October 2016 It is a great thrill that I have been invited to teach workshops in both of these States before I go to Virginia to teach at the EGA National Seminar, then complete the ITT in Florida. There are a few spaces […]
A belated Happy New Year to everyone. I do not know where the 1st month of the year went? For us it has been very hot, so it was so easy to stitch away the days in a cool room watching Tennis or Cricket on TV. What does the remainder of 2016 bring? My focus […]
An unsuccessful (USA Government issue) application for a temporary work visa to teach at ANG resulted in classes being conducted via webcam with wonderful ‘in class room’ help from Susan and Becky. With my passport ‘back in my hand’ I was able to be a late registration as a delegate and student at EGA in […]
On the 1st of April I was in Freemantle Western Australia, onboard the Voyager of the Seas preparing for our Needlework Cruise. We had six days of wonderful stitching. My students were amazing. I was very pleased with the amount of stitching they accomplished and the quality of their work. Many friendships were made during […]
In mid March I had a wonderful weekend of teaching Needlepoint at All Threads in Brisbane The students stitched Fifi’s Fuchsias, my counted needlepoint design. I also shared with them some of my other Fuchsia pieces.
I would now like to share with you a little of what I have been doing over the past few months, I hope this explains why my newsletters have been absent. Over summer I wrote a children’s book about my two pet lambs, Molly and Polly. This is a true story about my lambs. I […]
Today I have started ordering threads and canvas for the kits that I will be teaching at American Needlepoint Guild USA Seminar at the end of September this year . ‘Splendor and Sparkle’ is one of my counted needlepoint projects I am teaching at the Seminar.