I’ll be teaching my fusible applique class, called Little House on the Wall (with no
apologies to Laura Ingles Wilder) at Studio Stitch in Greensboro (NC) on January 30.
I visited the shop recently to talk with the staff about materials for the class, and of course I HAD to look at EVERYTHING. Well, I needed to look so I could discuss what would be appropriate for the class, but it’s OK to just drool on the fabric a little, right?
They had landscape fabrics and plenty of batiks that will be great for the class.
There was even a bundle that seemed just made for creating my little houses!
I even found 28 weight thread for embellishment in a variety of yummy colors.
Of course I wandered a little…they had gorgeous batiks made specifically for use with the Jacqueline De Jonge patterns. They even had one as a kit, with a more restful background fabric than this sample I took from Jacqueline’s site.
The ladies at the shop were all friendly and helpful, and I’m looking forward to teaching there. You can find out more about the shop and my class on the Studio Stitch website.
Sounds like a great shop and a fun class, but a little far from Oregon. 🙂
Thanks for a virtual visit anyway!