Lynda began her design work in her 20s for a manufacturer of petit point jewelry. When the business closed, Lynda was encouraged to publish her first six designs. She began to teach her technique called Sym Stitching three years ago. Sym is short for symography, a style mostly associated with string art. The designs appear complicated but with Lynda's technique and an understanding of needle thread counting and the diagrams, you will catch on amazingly fast. Her goal is to teach her students a new technique that they may take and incorporate in to their own work and to learn a few shortcuts; all while relaxing and having fun.
Teacher: Lynda Keske
Max: 24 students (Min: 8 students)
Scheduled: Saturday, 10:00am-1:00pm
Join me in creating this Scissor Keep that is small but packed full of new stitches to learn. Your instructions come with 12 detailed separate diagrams. Gloriana and Thread Gatherer threads will be used to stitch on 28 count linen. Lynda is known for her Sym-Stitching so if you want to learn and see what Sym Stitching is all about with her exquisite detail and color for design, join her in creating this Scissor Keep.
Kit includes: Chart, diagrams, 28 Count Linen, Needle, Gloriana threads, Thread Gatherer threads, Backing Fabric, Mounting Board, Lining, and hand wrapped cording. Lynda adds many little items to make your class special including a surprise gift from Lynda. [Scissors not included]
Bring to class: Light and magnification if needed and small stretcher system is required.
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