Watch our video for a close up view of the extraordinary class projects that are being offered at Bridging Stitches/Un pont entre les points. This video shows the texture and detail of the projects - make sure to use your full screen to get the best effect. Be sure to register before November 15 to have the best chance of getting your class preferences!
Come back here to see the complete class list and click the link for the full description. Which classes will you choose?
Check out the video! The Lady's Slipper Needle Arts Guild is co-hosting Bridging Stitches/Un pont entre les points with Virtual Threads. LSNAG is providing the "feet-on-the-ground" team. Recently they have been taking the tours they have planned for Seminar 2018 and sent along photos that have been made into a video to help you choose your tour.
Are you planning to take one of the tours?
We have made up a PDF showing three sample registration forms. Ima, Longtime and Stitchey are each taking a different combination of class, tour and extra options.
Take a look to see how to fill out your form (whether it is online, the fillable PDF or completed with a pen) beginning on Friday, September 1, 2017!
Did you see that "homework" times have been added to some of the seminar classes? For a few classes, the teacher will ask that you finish some stitching before the next day so that you'll be ready to move on to more stitching techniques. This gives you an opportunity to try the technique and ask for help if you need it.
Check the descriptions of the classes you are considering for an orange notice to see if "homework" will be in your seminar future!
The excellent line up of teachers for Bridging Stitches has been chosen for the diversity of their classes and we welcome them from Canada, Australia, the UK and USA. These teachers will bring exquisite projects and expertise to share with all of us. Plan on attending the Informal Stitch-In to visit with our teachers and share stories.
The tours we have planned are exciting and will provide a sample of PEI's unique character. The skilled craftspeople are busy year-round, producing one-of-a-kind treasures you won't find anywhere else. Take in the beauty of the land on your way to the mills with woven creations made with wool from their own sheep and alpaca, the pottery studios that display and sell decorative and functional items, seasoned woodworkers turning out cups and bowls, and stained glass, wrought iron, and handmade soaps.