My goal as a needlework teacher is to provide my students with whatever support they need to attain their own goals as needleworkers. By providing clear step-by-step instructions; color, stitch, and design choices; and a class atmosphere conducive to learning and enjoyment I hope to enable my students to reach whatever levels they have set for themselves.
This is where you will find information about all the classes I teach, the many V-Classes (online classes) I offer, my current teaching schedule, my resume, and how to contact me so you can participate in all these fun classes.
As a teacher I am committed to seeing how far I can push the grid of evenweave fabric. Evenweave fabric is a type of counted fabric that has the same number of threads both horizontally and vertically. This type of fabric is called counted ground fabric. All my classes are worked on evenweave fabric.
Evenweave fabric is sized by the number of fabric threads in one inch of fabric — 18-count means there are 18 fabric threads in one inch, 24-count means there are 24 fabric threads in one inch. This means the larger the number the finer the fabric. A bit confusing but there you are.
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