I think I found that one. But I haven't had the chance to contact them yet. I see that there is a membership fee, does that cover cost for classes or are those extra? For now I only cross stitch, but I would be interested in black work and hardanger. But what would really interest me is Japanese Embroidery. Is there really no one at the center who can teach that course or at least give beginners courses? Because as far as embroidery goes, I'm still a beginner. Thanks :)
Hi Nancy, I'm glad to have you as a friend and hope you will add me to your friends list. I've been looking at your camellias and they're lovely!
I also noticed that you plan to attend the exhibition in Kentucky next April. So do I and would love to be able to meet you. Wouldn't it be fun if a group from Stitchin Fingers arrange to go at the same time so we could all meet each other?
Hi Nancy...on another note, I was viewing your work and it is beautiful. I am not as far along the phases as you are, and I've had to take a little break for a couple of weeks to get something else done for my art show in a couple of weeks. My heart was going 'pitterpatter' when I saw your work. Japanese embroidery does something to me that nothing else does. My heart rate goes up - just from the sheer joy of seeing it.
Thank you for your kind comments on my "Riches". It was rather fun to do and I stitched it in, what for me, was break neck speed. Although I began it in May, stitching was delayed for nearly a month. All but the real gold on the cords was stitched in a period of 10 days!