two small dolls with curly hair, embroidered faces and fabric clothing
Mini Misses by Edwina Sutherland

Once again, the Seminar Committee has done a fantastic job of finding teachers this year. In all, there are 27 classes on offer at BridgingStitches/Un pont entre les points. Instructors from Australia, the UK, the US and Canada are coming to offer classes in a wide range of contemporary and traditional techniques – some of them combined!
  • Canvas work
  • Surface embroidery
  • Stumpwork
  • Thread painting
  • Goldwork
  • Montmellick with stumpwork
  • Brazilian embroidery with trapunto
  • Brazilian embroidery
  • Tambour beading
  • Counted thread specialty stitches
  • Blackwork
  • Hardanger
  • Shadow work
  • Crewel
  • Pulled thread
  • Beading
  • Doll making


embroidered magnolia flower applied to an embroidered background with leaves
Magnolia Revisited by Pam Cousins
Have you taken a look at the classes yet? If so, have you made your choices?

1 comment:

  1. These classes are definitely good for expanding one's skill set but they need better advertisement instead of just bleakly writing about them on a blog. Needs work.

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