About this Course
Stitching sacred hearts is a class that you will learn how to create these tiny hearts that will be sacred blessings for you or for gifting someone you love.
We will take tiny bits of fabric, gathered from your home or studio (you might be inspired to use articles of old clothing, tablecloths, etc) we will layer and stitch by hand. Easy and so healing for your soul. I stitch to heal and relax. I know you will love this once you get your first heart created you will be hooked.
I will guide you from step one - finding bits of fabric to - stitching, stuffing, adding beads and findings to having a stitched sacred heart of your own.
looking forward to sharing this happy space of my world with you.
About the instructor
My client list (short version) includes Fortune 500 companies like Target, Estee' Lauder, American Heart Association, Revlon, Loreal. I have lots of boutique Ad Agencies that I work with too. The past two years my focus has been on creating fine art and launching a line of 90 greeting cards called Pearl Button's world.
I love life. It shows in everything I put into this world. I have a love to share that is bigger then me. I am grateful to be able to share it with each of you.
This is a huge dream for me coming true. For me creating is like breathing, I simply must do it.
To date I am lucky to have been published in the following ~ in this last year.
Uppercase Magazine Issue 13 ~ Somerset Life March 2013 ~ Somerset Apprentice Autumn 2014 ~ Somerset Studio Journaling Autumn 2014 (snagged the cover on this one too) ~ Somerset Memories Autumn 2014 ~ Somerset Studio Sept/Oct 2014 ~ Somerset Studio Jan/Feb 2015 ~ Room to Create published by Harris Publications 2015 ~ Somerset Studio July/August 2015
You will need:
You really do not need to buy anything at all.
I am sure most of these supplies are around your home.
Just in case you want to purchase a few new goodies, here is my list.
(A few notes on this list:
• bakers twine is my personal fav. you can find this at Michaels, Hobby Lobby,
Joanne Fabrics or online with Etsy (just type in bakers twine)
• fabrics. i often take old clothing and use it, vintage fabrics, yard sale finds,
left over bits from old sewing projects, thrift stores.
• beads for embellishing you can find at Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Walmart.
i often find fun little broken jewelry at yard sales and use these to embellish
my hearts. look around your jewelry box you might find old charms, beads
or little bits you can stitch on.)
- scissors (sharp to cut fabric)
- scraps of fabrics
- straight pins or safety pins
- needles (ones you can see the hole to thread) he he he
- cotton balls (just the kind you have in your bathroom)
- bakers twine or yarn or string
- tiny beads, findings, broken bits of jewelry, charms
- end of pen or pencil (something narrow to push the cotton ball in with)
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