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Class Number 001
Tuesday OR Wednesday Evening

Class Title:  RIBBON CHRISTMAS TREE
Designed By:
Julie McCarter
Teacher: Terry Anderson

The art of embroidery on net is a very old technique.  We will create a Christmas Tree wall hanging using darning net, cotton thread and Offray ribbon.  All materials needed to make this unique wall hanging are in the kit along with the instructions. 

Technique: Lace Net Darning Design Area: 11" x 15"
Proficiency Level: All Kit Cost: $ 40.00
Pre-Work: None  

Kit Contents: Lace net, thread, ribbon, needle, slats for hanging, instructions.

Student Provides: Scissors, light and/or magnification

Class Number 002
Wednesday Evening

Class Title: Beaded Glitzy Bracelet
Designed By:
Donna Hagaman
Teacher:  Donna Hagaman

If you want to wear something “glitzy”, this is the project for you.  The bracelet is done with seed beads and two rows of Swarovski round crystals.   The bracelet is secured by magnets so it is easy to put on. The student will have a choice between a red or crystal bracelet.

Technique: Beading Design Area: the size of your wrist
Proficiency Level: All Kit Cost: $ 40.00
Pre-Work: None  

Kit Contents: Seed beads, Swarovski round crystals, thread, beading needle, magnets and instructions.

Student Provides: If you have one, your favorite beading needle; light and/or magnifier; and scissors.

Class Number 003
Tuesday and Wednesday Evening

Class Title: SEWING BOX
Teacher:  Karlene Susnik

Line a box, make a pin cushion, needle holder and fob for your scissors.

Technique: Basic Stitching, Beading Design Area: 3" x 5" tin
Proficiency Level: All Kit Cost: $40.00
Pre-Work: None
 

Kit Contents: Box, material, thread, beads, scissors, needle and instructions.

Student Provides: Scissors for cutting material, light and/or magnification, if needed.

PROFICIENCY LEVELS

These are the EGA proficiency-level definitions:

BASIC:  No experience with the technique being taught is necessary.

INTERMEDIATE:  Knowledge of basic stitches, materials and their use in the technique being taught is required.

ADVANCED:  Ability to execute simple and difficult stitches in the technique is required.  The student should also have some knowledge of color design that will allow exploration and creativity.

ALL LEVELS:  Class is suitable for all levels.

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