Programs & Workshop Information

Please see the "Programs" tab for important general information about our Workshops.
 
LOCATION OF WORKSHOPS:

Workshops will be held at The Haven, 13180 Dorman Road, Pineville, NC  

 (click on address above for link to google maps)

 

Thursday, October 5 Workshop

Michelle May 'Play Date: Beekeeper Pincushion'

The Haven, 13180 Dorman Rd  Pineville  

9:00 a.m.to 4:00 p. m. Doors open at 8:30 am 

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Michelle May’s "Play Dates" are designed to
Inspire creativity as participants make her
"Beekeeper Pincushion." Students will choose
from three flower designs, wool colors, Valdani
thread and embellishments. Michelle will provide
guidance and instruction on creating her reverse
wool applique pieces, as well as loads of ideas
and inspiration on how to embellish the flower.
Each student will leave with a unique piece.
There are no sewing machines required.
Students only need to bring two pairs of
scissors. This is a stress-free class filled with
friendship, conversation and good laughs.
Kit Fee: $35


Friday, November 3rd Workshop

Susan Brubaker Knapp 'Tyvek: Paint, Melt, Stitch'

 

The Haven, 13180 Dorman Rd  Pineville  

 

9:00 a.m.to 4:00 p. m. Doors open at 8:30 am 

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Learn how to create fascinating texture and pattern while you create a small art quilt with pieces of melted Tyvek and stitched designs.

We will cover:

• painting and melting Tyvek
• creating an abstract design with Tyvek pieces
• stitching on melted Tyvek
• creating doodled, stitched designs for an
interesting background
• quilting considerations

 

Saturday, November 4 Workshop

Susan Burbaker-Knapp 'November Leaves'

The Haven, 13180 Dorman Rd  Pineville  

 9:00 a.m.to 4:00 p. m. Doors open at 8:30 am 

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This class teaches the technique of stitching
through Tyvek pieces, then heating the Tyvek so
that it disintegrates in places to show the
background fabric. Topics covered include:
• painting and stitching through Tyvek
• creating a design using maple leaf shapes
• heating stitched Tyvek
• creating doodled, stitched designs for an
interesting background
• quilting considerations