Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Exciting !!

Exciting news!
It's taken a while to get all the ducks in a row, tho there still may be an errant duckling,
 but I'm finally able to announce . . . 
My first "teaching gig" !
This event is sponsored by the Peninsula Ohio Historic Foundation as part
of their ongoing effort to share and teach about traditional arts.
I'm very honored to be teaching alongside these 3 other VERY talented needlewomen.
(Rebekah is a very talented folk artist as well as my "From Our Hands" show partner, Kathy owns a wonderful antique shop in Burton, Ohio and Lanna ?
well . . .  that's my sister!)
Signing up for classes will be handled through the Peninsula Foundation, 
either on their website or by calling the above phone number.
There are 4 classes available in 2 time frames, 2 morning & 2 afternoon.
(9:00 ~ 12:30 & 1 ~ 5 with lunch available for purchase in-between )
Take just one class or pick 2, one am & one pm.
Prices, photos and more details are on the website.
(*A portion of each class fee will benefit the Peninsula Foundation)
 ~ ~ ~
Teaching is something I have wanted to pursue for quite some time.  
I'm so excited to have this opportunity to share a day of stitching,  
and the work I love with you!
Below are photos of the pin keeper I'll be teaching.
(There will be a second color way/applique design choice as well)
Class fee is $75.00 ~ All materials are included!
Class size is 12 students

I hope you can join us for a day of friendship, history & needlework!
Lori Ann


Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

Wonderful News!!!! love the pin keep ~ perfect project for you! hoping your class fills up and you have many many more ~ I would LOVE to come to one of yours :)

BumbleBeeLane said...

Congratulations! The class sounds wonderful and such a sweet project. Warm Blessings! Amy

Kays Kids said...

Sounds like you all will have fun teaching. I love your pin cushion that you are going to do.
Hugs Kay

Lurena Sheary Williamson said...

Glad to see a dream and goal come true! How exciting- congrats!