Have talent, will travel!
I love teaching workshops and offer a variety of classes for both adults and children. I’ve taught fiber workshops at Made Sewing Studio, The Works Seattle, Ragfinery Bellingham, The Devilish Egg and Craft Habit Raleigh. I’ve also taught art education in Seattle and Shoreline public schools and was a full time instructor at Bina Bangsa School in Semarang, Indonesia.
Below are some examples of different fiber arts and stitching workshops that I’ve developed. Don’t see what you’re looking for? I’m happy to customize classes based on a craft or skill that you’d like to learn.
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Whether you’re just beginning your embroidery journey or want to expand your stitch vocabulary, I have a class for that! I offer sampler classes for beginners that teach basic stitches which students can then expand on in their own practice.
Embroidery for Beginners
Expand Your Stitch Vocabulary
Sashiko Style & Cross Stitch for Denim
Repairs don't have to be hidden- they can become a striking design feature! Learn to use embroidery to patch, add visual impact and restore a well-loved garment to something better than new. My mending kits include both recycled fabrics and handwoven, hand-dyed textiles from Indonesia.
Mending with Tenun- handwoven, hand-dyed textiles from Indonesia
Sweater Repair with Crochet
Toes and Heels for Wool Socks
The macrame craze is in full swing! Let me show you how to fill your home with hand knotted plant hangers.
Intro to macrame knots
Plant hangers for potted plants or air plants
Tassels & Pom Poms
Everyone loves a little embellishment! Whether you want to add some pizazz to your curtain tie backs or just jazz up your door knobs, tassels and pom poms are always a great addition.
Colorful wrapped tassels
Macrame knot tassels
Perfect poms and pom pom crafts with PomMaker