Beating Around The Bush International Needlework Convention

Beating Around The Bush International Needlework Convention

Hello Everyone

Last week I attended our South African Needlework convention Ighali, it was great fun and my lovely students almost completed the embroidery project in the class time which was wonderful!  I plan to share more of this experience with you in a later post.   At the end of this month I will be attending the Beating Around The Bush International Needlework Convention in Adelaide, Australia,  it is the most wonderful event, with students from all over the world attending and not to be missed – You can get full details of the event here.

I will be teaching three classes:

Sun 28th Sep – ONE DAY CLASS

Blue Tit & Apple Blossoms (this workshop is fully booked)

Blue tit and apple blossom One Day Class

Blue tit and apple blossom One Day Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mon &Tues 29th – 30th Sep – TWO DAY CLASS

Blue Tit & WIld Roses (this workshop is fully booked)

Blue Tit & WIld Roses Two Day Class

Blue Tit & WIld Roses Two Day Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thur & Fri 2nd – 3rd Oct –  TWO DAY CLASS

There are still places available and you can choose from either:  Sweet Peas From My Garden OR Blue Tit & Wild Roses.

If you would like to join the Thur – Friday class you can book a place online here BATB BOOKING.  The class is listed as SWEET SOLITUDE but you will be given an option at the start of the class to do either the Sweet Peas/Blue Tit project.  The kit cost is the same for both.  Alternatively you can email Fiona Fagan at  fiona@inspirationsmagazine.com.au

Meantime, wherever you are be it winter, spring, summer or autumn have a wonderful week and happy stitching.  Trish

3 responses

    • Your embroidery pieces are beautiful Renata – very well done you are a natural and hope to see you move onto more advanced pieces. Good idea to use the thread colours you have in stock – the shades blend well. Trish

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