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Color, Design and Creative Traditional Stitches ….. Guest Blogger: Therese Stein

July 16, 2017

Studies in Design and Experimental Hand Stitch Level 2 – Name: Lisianthus   Blog 2 

When I discovered Gail’s classes, the quality of the student work intimidated me.  I looked for a few years before getting the courage to enroll.  After many years of working on my own and only self taught, these classes are a wonder.  The method of teaching is thorough, professional and involving and never rote.  After completing Level I, I thought it was enough.  But here I am nearly through Level II and still learning.  In addition to using traditional stitches creatively, we learn color and design.  Especially valuable to me is learning about different types of fabric and thread and learning how to dye.  I may not take Level III, but I will continue to take more.

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© Therese Stein – Embroidered digital image

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© Therese Stein – Dyed and Stitched

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© Therese Stein – Sampler; Dyed and Stitched

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© Therese Stein – Inspired Boro Stitching

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© Therese Stein – inspired Raised Applique

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© Therese Stein – Collage and Stitch

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© Therese Stein – Embroidered Bird

 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Penny Peters permalink
    July 16, 2017 4:46 pm

    Congratulations, Therese! We look forward to seeing in more classes.

  2. Barbara Fox permalink
    July 17, 2017 12:24 am

    Wonderfully done work, Therese!

  3. July 17, 2017 11:06 pm

    Beautiful work and it’s always great to take that next step to learning more.

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