Wednesday, February 10, 2021

The TETT Centre is open once again under the Province of Ontario "GREEN" status, and I would love to have you join me for this workshop so long in the waiting...


We have waited so long -  and I would be so happy to see you and have you join me for a day of fun!

Let's Stitch Again - JUST FOR THE LOVE OF BLUE
A Full-Day workshop for those who have worked with INDIGO Dyeing
and now are ready to create artwork using their beautiful cloth and yarns

10 am - 5 pm
ACTIVITY ROOM, Level One - better light for us and lots of plus for machines!
Bring your fabrics, sewing machine, and accessories 
Lunch available at the Juniper Cafe or Brown Bag, bring your own drinks

ALL STITCHERS ARE WELCOME - and your projects even if no indigo cloth is part of your plan may be worked on in this class - come play!

 I will be so happy to host the workshop day for up to 10 students in the workshop classroom at the TETT. Details here and registration is open through EVENTBRITE. Please visit the TETT Centre website and go directly to the EVENTS page where you can scroll down to find the link for the registration and all of the class details...


Please feel free to contact me at, contact page 

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All levels of experience are welcome.

Beth loves the chance to share her tips and guidance through the class for developing original design and assisting students to create a plan for the "making" part of the day with ease and creative energy built-in. Please know that this is a no fear classroom! Classroom samples will be shared!

Students: bring your cloth, threads, favourite sewing supplies including scissors and rotary cutting equipment if you have it (a rotary cutting station will be available in the classroom), and your sewing machine/extension cord or power bar for this play day. Hand- piecing is a welcome alternative. You choose! A supplies list reminder will be shared via email with registered students before the workshop.

NOTE: We at the TETT are working consistently to ensure the safety and health of our students: ensuring that our classrooms are safe and self-distancing, require that masks be worn inside the classroom, hand sanitizers are furnished and we are following the Kingston Frontenac Health Unit regulations for tracking student participation and maintaining contact tracing information.

Workshop tickets/ seats are non-refundable, but you may pass your ticket to a friend or family member or arrange to reserve the seat for a future date with your Instructor.