Crafty New Yorkers: join me for the first Kate & Rose Stitching Social!
Come and embroider together with other crafty folks, learn some embroidery stitches, sip a drink (beer, wine, juice, seltzer… your choice), nibble on cheese and crackers, and find out how those wildly colorful Hungarian embroidered flowers are made!
* No experience necessary *
You only need to bring a willingness to learn something new – everything else will be provided.
Time: Saturday, December 1st, 2012, from 3-5
Place: 150 W 28th St (between 6th & 7th Avenues), 9th floor
Fee: $15 per person
This casual workshop will teach you the basics of embroidery, or if you already have those down, show you how to stitch up a couple of simple Hungarian designs, like those in the Hungarian Sampler.
You do not have to have embroidered anything ever before. All materials (fabric, thread, needle, hoop, patterns, pattern transfer tools) will be provided; they are included in the participation fee, along with refreshments.
Patterns provided will be Hungarian folklore-based designs but if you have something else you’d like to figure out how to make, bring it right along.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, November 28th as space is limited.
Hope to see you there!