Online Sweet Geometric Garden with Mae McCourt

Mae McCourt

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Date(s) - September 17, 2022
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Use surface embroidery stitches to create a sweet geometric garden.

Skill Level: Beginner

Description: Surface embroidery is the application of decorative stitches ‘onto’ rather than through the ground fabric, and is often used to decorate clothes, home furnishings or to produce needlework art. Join educator Mae McCourt to learn some basic surface embroidery stitches such as chain stitch, fly stitch, buttonhole stich, and padded satin stitch, among others and create this adorable geometric style garden scene.

Kit Contents: All supplies will be mailed to you prior to the class. You will need to supply your own embroidery scissors and hoop.

Class Minimum: 3 students

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About the Educator: Mae is a professional teacher and teacher trainer, with a passion for hand embroidery, as well as other traditional crafts, design, and photography. She has been practicing embroidery for ten years and honed her skills through her involvement with SFSNAD as a volunteer and a student. Mae was one of the first people to take SFSNAD’s own Comprehensive Studies Program in Surface Embroidery.

Mae has a Master’s Degree in Education and studied Classical Art and Archaeology for five years. Since 2008, she has been teaching, developing courses, and working in academic management in San Francisco, New York, London, and Japan.

Registration for this class closes 2 weeks prior to the start date for domestic shipping and 4 weeks prior to the start date for international shipping in order to allow for the shipment of kits.

If you would like to inquire about the possibility of late registration, please contact Late registration will be accommodated when possible with an additional expedited shipping fee.

Cancellation policy: SNAD will refund tuition less a $25 processing fee up to 3 days (72 hours) prior to class start time. No refunds for cancellations with less than 3 days notification before class start time.

SNAD is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and promoting the traditions of hand embroidery. If you are able, you can make a donation which will allow us to continue to develop fun and innovative community outreach programs.