Sumptuous Surface Embroidery

Class sold out

This class will commence on  May 7th 2014 and is now fully booked.

I will not be teaching online next year. The implications of this is that it is no longer available.

Sumptuous surfaces explores the wonders of highly textured freeform contemporary hand embroidery while also developing design skills.

Over a six week period students are guided through the process of developing their own design,  as well as being introduced to techniques used in freeform textured hand embroidery.

Students are encouraged to create their own design and make one or two small hand embroidered panels. I suggest students work on fabric postcards as this size enables students to complete a small design exercise. However if people want to work larger it is their choice.

The course is suitable for beginners to advanced stitchers as you can work at your own skill level.

highly textured hand embroidery

Working in Monotone and Colour

The course is divided into 2 blocks of 3 weeks each. The first section of the course deals with designing highly textured pieces in monotone. The second section of the course builds on that knowledge and students design and work a piece using colour.

Throughout the six week course key concepts in design are covered such as, composition, shape, geometrical and organic shape, space, handling positive and negative space, scale, density, weight, line, movement, direction and texture.

Throughout the course I have focused intensely on texture as design element. Understanding texture is key in the textile arts. An area of interest can be created because it is heavily textured, complex and intricate. Texture is also the element that separates textiles from arts such as drawing or painting. In both drawing and painting texture is represented whereas in textiles we have the option of representing texture or actually working the physicality of texture. In other words the surface can be manipulated in a physical way not just represented. This aspect of textiles sets it apart as a medium.

All my courses are written to be used long after the course is finished. I understand that sometimes life gets in the way and some students are not able to stitch along in the 6 week period. For anyone who finds themselves in this position the teaching material provided will enable you to work through the ideas in a self paced manner.

Course Outline

Weeks 1-3
The first week is an introduction to the design process. The same basic process is used to design everything. This process is often described in three steps, Concept, Form and Content. Key principals of design are covered in order to develop a design for a monotone piece of embroidery. I cover where to look for design ideas and how to develop them using composition, shape, geometrical and organic shape, space, handling positive and negative space, scale, density, weight, line, movement, direction and texture.

hand embroidery detail for classIn weeks two and three we deal with techniques that can bring your project to fruition. In these two weeks we look at the nuts and bolts of stitching, thread choice, working with textured stitching, found objects and beads.

Weeks 4, 5 and 6
Colour is a huge topic so I have devoted a week to it. In week 4 once again we return to the design process and work up a design in colour. Once again we are exploring ideas on paper or in a visual journal only this time we are dealing with colour principals and design combined. New designs are explored and worked up with an eye to creating them over the final two weeks.

In these last two weeks you give form to your concept. In this time block you learn to handle colour as well as combining the skills learnt in the first section of the course.

Some students may wish to simply treat everything made in this course as design exercises. That is fine. Other students may wish to tackle other subjects. This is also fine as I actively encourage all students to learn and develop in their own manner and it makes for an interesting class!

Requirements List:

At least 2 pieces of 26 or 28 count even weave linen in cream, off white or antique white each measuring 9 x 9 inches

Threads:

In weeks 1-3 you will need a selection of threads in one colour range in order to work in monotone.

I have found working in cream, white, bone and natural muted tones in this time block to be an advantage to most students. This is just a suggestion, it is not necessary. If students want to work in another colour they are free to do so. Whatever the colour, you will need  perle threads in sizes 5, 8, and 12. I also suggest a good selection of hand embroidery threads, in fine and medium weights, such as silk threads, rayon ribbon floss,  crewel wool yarns,  and Coton a Broder.

Please note I have said “selection of threads”. There is no need to go to great expense buying every thread listed but you need a variety of threads that have different textures, thickness and sheen. It’s the contrast that is important and I am trying to get new stitchers away from using just stranded cotton.  You will definitely need a range of colours in DMC perle threads in sizes 5, 8, and 12

For the second section of the course you will need a selection of coloured hand embroidery threads, in fine and medium weights, such as perle cottons, silk threads, rayon ribbon floss, overdyed and hand dyed threads (Caron Watercolors, and Caron Waterlillies are ideal), crewel wool yarns, and Coton a Broder. Thicker threads for couching to the surface of the fabric are also used. Once again you do not need every thread on this list just a small range will be suitable.

A selection of beads such as seed beads, bugle beads, round and ring spacer beads between 5mm and 20 mm. Interesting feature beads that are between 10 – 25 mm in size and have a large hole in the middle are useful. Have some heishi or hishi beads to hand. Small round, dome shaped bead caps are useful.

In highly textured embroidery beads of of all sorts are fun to use. There is a wide range to choose from. Materials of wood, bone, shell, clay, soapstone, beads made of seed pods, coconut shell, and stone lend themselves to being incorporated in these projects. Items like sliced shells larger donut beads, bead disks and donuts are wonderful to include in this type of project.

Needles:

Chenille Needles (size 22 – 26)

Tapestry Needles (size 20 – 26)

Embroidery/Crewel Needle (size 7-10)

Milliners/Straw Needle (size 3-9)

Beading needles

Other:

Usual hand sewing equipment such as embroiderers hoop, scissors etc.

Notebook, visual journal or folder in which to keep design exercises, ruler, and quilters marking pencil that is easily removed from your work, dress makers carbon, tracing paper.

Price

$60.00 US for 6 lessons

Start Date 

May 7th 2014

Class Requirements 

  • Lessons are in PDF format and you will need Adobe reader to view them. The PDF reader is provided free by Adobe from the Acrobat reader site
  • You need to be able to join and access the yahoo class group
  • You need to be able to down load files of up to 10 megs from the class area

highly textured hand embroidery sample of 2 lizardsSpecial Important stuff … PLEASE read before you buy.

I only accept Pay Pal.

Please make sure your paypal email address is correct as that is the one I will use to contact you.

If you want me to use another email address please tell me. When you place the order fill in the “Instructions to the Merchant” field with any change of email or extra details I need to know !

Please make sure my email is not blocked by your spam filter (sharon dot boggon at gmail dot com)

Please re-read the information about how online classes are run so you know what you are buying

Please note once the classes have started and you have downloaded the lessons there is no refund on a digtal product.

This class is sold out and no longer available

177 Responses to Sumptuous Surface Embroidery

  1. Ana says:

    Hola soy española, estoy interesada en el curso, pero la traducción de google no siempre es buena. Tengo cuenta en google. ¿puedo acceder al curso?, ¿ que dificultades puedo encontrar?. Gracias y un saludo. Ana Aranda

    • sharonb says:

      Ana the course is provided in pdf documents so google translate can not work with these so I do not recommend you take the course if you cant read English well.

      Ana el curso se ofrece en los documentos PDF para traductor Google no puede trabajar con ellos, así que no recomendamos tomar el curso si no puedes leer bien el Inglés.

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  3. Mariainez L. Ribeiro dos Santos says:

    Sharon,meu ingles não é excelente,mas quero muito fazer estas aulas.Sou louca pelo seu bordado ,sua textura é maravilhosa.Acho que com a ajuda da minha filha que é fluente em ingles vou aprender muita coisa .Vou arrisc ar e me inscrever.O que você acha?
    Thank you

    • sharonb says:

      Mariainez I think I understand what you have asked as I ran your comment through google translate. I am sorry but you really need to understand English to take the crazy quilting class at there is much in about design and some of the ideas are complex to explain. I will send you an email too

  4. Janell says:

    Wondering if there is any chance to get on a waiting list for this class. I didn’t realize it would fill up-guess I misunderstood that there was going to be a limit to the number of students involved. Had it on my calendar to sign up/pay today. Would love to take it!! Your work is so beautiful.

    • sharonb says:

      Hi Janell, yes there is always a waiting list as I limit the number so I can respond to each person. I believe if people are going to learn online they do need a considered reply – if classes are too large I dont manage to do it.?Anyway I have added you to the list. Basically those on a waiting list and my newsletter members get emailed a week before I announce classes on my blog so they get first pick. I have also emailed you

  5. francisca says:

    multto interesant il modo de insegnare io sono specializata in merletti mi piacerebe conosersi e insegnare anche a me questo modo come fai tu tramite internet io non so uzare bene il pc della tua gentileza non e un pesso a me piace tantto lavorare con argento fare gioieli

  6. francisca says:

    scuzatima dar traductorul nu traduce bine cea ce scri eu am fost corecta

  7. Nancy says:

    When is the next class?

    • sharonb says:

      Hi Nancy the next class will be towards the end of the year as it is running now. I sent you an email about it

  8. Laurel says:

    Sharon – I’ve just discovered you through EGA’s site. I love your site and emails. Please add my name to the waiting list for this course.

    • sharonb says:

      Laurel I sent you an email to say I have added you to the class waiting list. It should be in you email in box

  9. Ann-Mari Franzén says:

    Sharon,
    What a surprise to find such a mine of embroidery to dig from!
    What a work you have done!
    Please add my name to the waiting list for “Sumpttuous Surface Embroidery”

  10. Sandy says:

    Life got in my way and I was not able to physically do the exercises. However, I am thoroughly enjoying reading the lessons and the back and forth comments. Sharon, you do a fantastic job! Looking forward to the encrusted quilting!

  11. Sharyn says:

    Thank you Sharon for the Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class – i really did learn so very much and you gave such wonderful direction to everyone who asked for help, it was really worthwhile.

  12. Claudia says:

    Hi Sharon, and everyone,
    I did learn so much during the last weeks. Alle the lessons are very well structured, easily to understand and provide a real source of information. Every single question is answered, one gets a lot of useful tips and Sharon always encourages people! I know I will often re- read the lessons and find new important advices for me. Thank you, Sharon, you are a wonderful teacher and most important I had much fun and still have! :-)

  13. Nancy Taber says:

    Sharon, your sumptous surface embriodery class was the best. It was well written and easy to understand. I enjoyed your responces to everyone and positive suggestions. I especially loved everyones projects and how they stitched them and brought them to life. I will retire soon and then learn how to post pictures of my work. I jumped at the chance to sign up for your next class as well! I just want to tell you how much I have expanded my stitching with your TAST classes as well. you have opened my mind to creativity! Thank You

  14. Jenny Burns says:

    Hello Sharon, even though I haven’t finished my embroidery I would like to say a big thank you for all the hard work that you have put into the class preperation, I know I will read it often. Best Wishes Jenny

  15. Linda Murdoch says:

    This is an excellent class! The written material is comprehensive and well structured. The on-line group was invaluable for this course. Photos could be shared and questions asked. I am grateful to those who asked the questions I did not think of and for Sharon’s instructions and suggestions. I process information and work very slowly which is one of the reasons I really like on-line classes. I can follow along quietly without feeling pressured to have completed something in a limited time. It is also great to have the Flickr group set up so that I can post pictures when I do finally finish my projects. Thank you Sharon

  16. Ruby says:

    I would like to thank you, Sharon, for the SSE class. I had no idea what I was getting in to and have had no time to do any constructive work even so I have learnt a great deal thanks to your excellent lesson. Having been one of the ‘silent’ ones I did read all the postings and looked at most of the photo’s, thanks to all who did share, those too have helped me and taught me a lot.

    • sharonb says:

      Thanks all as I really enjoy teaching this class and I am pleased you enjoyed it and its even better when you learn something along the way too !

  17. Beth says:

    This is an excellent class and I really enjoyed it. I consider myself an intermediate/advanced stitcher, but was challenged and stretched in this class. Thanks Sharon!

  18. Judith says:

    A wonderful course run by an excellent teacher! I learned a tremendous amount about how to design my own work and feel that I now have theories in which to frame my practise. But more than that, I learned new techniques and completed two pieces of embroidery of which I can be immensely proud. Thanks again Sharon – now looking forward to the next course.

  19. sandra hausten says:

    I would like to be on the waiting list for the next sumptuous surface embroidery class. You have a wonderful website, so much beautiful embroidery.

  20. Anni says:

    Sharon Please add my name to the waiting list for this course. Love your work and TAST 2012

  21. Lynn Greenberg says:

    Wow, I must have slept through the announcement of this class. Please put me on waiting list for the next Sumptuous Surface class.

  22. Jeannette says:

    please add me to the mailing list for your next class. Will just beginning embroidery skills be sufficient to participate in this class? Or does one need to be an expert?

    • sharonb says:

      Hi Jeanette I just sent you an email but I wanted to say if have the basic stitches you should be OK. That said, I have had people who have just done cross stitch before and they have thoroughly enjoyed the class. It is a personality thing if you are happy to jump in and try stuff you will have fun.

  23. Pat says:

    Hi

    I am currently taking your crazy quilt class which I love. Please add my name to the sumptous surface class.

    Thanks Pat

    • sharonb says:

      Pat I have added your name to the list and just sent you an email. I am pleased you are enjoying the class.

  24. Hi Sharon :)
    Love your work, blog and all that you offer. I’m working on catching up with TAST, but I am VERY interested in your surface design class. May I please get on the waiting list? Thanks!
    Season

  25. Anne-Marie Binet says:

    Hi Sharon,
    Can you put my name on the waiting list for the Sumptuous surface embroidery?
    Thank you

  26. Wendy Dowden says:

    Please add me to the waiting list too!
    Thanks

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  28. flo says:

    hello Sharon
    could you please add me to the waiting list too?
    thanks
    regards
    Flo

  29. Hi Sharon – I have been following your website for a while and would love to be put on the waiting list for this class, whenever you get around to offering it again. Thanks!

  30. Leah says:

    I just joined your Yahoo group to keep updated, specifically to be notified when this class is offered again. I’d love it if you could add me to the waiting list. Thanks!

  31. jay turner says:

    Hi Sharon
    Is it too late to go on the waiting list for this course? If not, please put my name down. Thank you.

  32. Lorraine says:

    Can you recommend any books on this beautiful embroidery?

  33. please add me to your sumptous surface class’s waiting list, thank you.

  34. Michelle says:

    Hello Sharon,
    Am very interested in your Sumptuous surface embroidery class ! thanks for putting me on the list… hope I won’t have to wait for ages, as I can see we are a lot of persons being highly interested in it !! Real thanks to you for all your sharings

  35. Wendy says:

    Please put me on the list for this class please.

  36. Allyson says:

    Hi Sharon
    I am hoping to join your sumptuous embroidery class at the end of the year. Been wanting to do this for 2 years already, I hope I can find the time now while working full time.

  37. flo says:

    HI Sharon
    i was on the list for this class, is it always good?
    excuse my english
    regards
    Florence

  38. Mary coluccio says:

    I want to take your class but I only have an iPad. I also am not too computer savvy. I do not have adobe & don’t think I can adapt to your format. Please help so that I can join in your fun!!! Thank you sooo much!!!

    • sharonb says:

      Mary I wrote you an email. The lessons are delivered in PDF files and since you can read PDF files on an ipad you should be fine. You need an adobe reader but I have had lots of peopel do their lessons on a ipad.

  39. Dean Deerfield says:

    Hi Sharon, it looks like your waiting list may be full too, but if it isn’t, please put me down for the next class. It sounds like a great class. Hugs, Dean

    • sharonb says:

      The sumptuous surface class is on sale now (so I am not taking a waiting list) It is selling fast however, so if you want to book a place you need to buy it.

  40. Nina Darisse says:

    I have taken both of these classes in the past and wondering if you have updated the materials? Would I get new information if I retake that classes?
    Thanks,
    Nina

  41. Maria Paula says:

    hello Sharon,

    I’d like to join your class of somptuous embroidery, is it still available ?
    thanks!
    Regards
    Maria Paula

  42. Sheila Anstey says:

    Darn, I missed it! Please add my name to the wait list .
    Looking forward to take the class in the future.

    Thanks
    Sheila

  43. Esther Muh says:

    Can I be put on the waiting list? Thanks!

  44. PamB says:

    Could you put me on the waiting list the next time you offer the class? Thanks.

  45. Mary Dennis says:

    Please place me on your waiting list.
    Thank you

  46. Uma Srinivasan says:

    Please add me in the waiting list ,thanks
    uma srinivasan

  47. carol penner says:

    could I be notified when you have another class ? This is exactly what im looking for… Great work ..

  48. ingegärd eknor says:

    This is the class i will join. I am gratefull if you add me to your waitinglist.

  49. Nancy Curry says:

    I would be interested in being on the list the next time you teach this class.

  50. Mary Lou Richardson says:

    Sharon~
    Please put me on your waiting list for this class. Thanks.

  51. Connie says:

    Please put me on the list for the next class. Thanks!

  52. Jennifer Edgar says:

    I would like to be put on the waiting list for sumptuous surface embroidery

  53. Nina says:

    Surface embroidery class please. Thanks, Nina

  54. Mary Jackson says:

    Please put me on the list for your next sumptuous surface embroidery class.

    Thanks!

  55. Amanda Watson-Will says:

    Hi Sharon,
    Please add me to your sumptous surface class’s waiting list. Looks as if it’s a pretty long list!
    Cheers,
    Amanda

  56. Kristin says:

    I would love to be on the waiting list for your next sumptuous surface embroidery class! (I don’t suppose you’ve considered writing a book on the subject? Or self-publishing your class notes?)

  57. Ruth Connors says:

    Just found you and your wonderful website.It all started with Allie Aller’s book for Christmas and I have been searching the web ever since. I would love to take your Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class and also your Encrusted Crazy Quilt class. I know that they are both full now so in the meantime I will set up a Paypal account and collect my supplies. I did some crazy quilting many years ago but the whole concept has changed and is so much more wonderful now. Thank you. Ruth

  58. Leah McMahon says:

    I just found your website today and I would love to be a part of your sumptuous surface embroidery class. I have embroidered for over 30 years and would like to participate in the next class. Thank you.

  59. Linda says:

    Your work is stunning. What a opportunity. Please contact me at your earliest convenience. I would appreciate your teaching. I have a background with handwork. Thank you.

  60. Sue N-G says:

    Have enjoyed looking around your website and would like to put my name on the waiting list for the Sumptuous Surface Embroidery course. Many thanks.

  61. Roma Ward says:

    Would like to join your class

  62. Brigitte says:

    Could I be on the list for the next available class?
    Thanks
    Brigitte

  63. Maria Firstbrook says:

    Hi Sharon,
    I would love to join when next you run the Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class. Please put me on your waiting list.
    Thanks
    Maria

  64. Tina J says:

    please put me on the waiting list for this course.

  65. Helen McLean says:

    Hello Sharon I would love to be included in the next class for Sumptuous Surfaces.
    Thank you
    Helen

  66. Linda D says:

    I just stumbled across you website. I would love to be put on your wait list for the next Sumptuous Surfaces class.

  67. Adri says:

    Can you put my name on the waiting list for the Sumptuous surface embroidery?

  68. Terry says:

    Sharon,
    Please let me know when you offer your next Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class. If I am available I would love to take your class!

  69. wendy smith says:

    can you please let me know when the next sumptuous surface workshop on line will be.
    thanks
    wendy

  70. Lydia Talton says:

    Sharon: I would like to be added to the waiting list for the Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class. Thanks so much.

  71. Beth Norris says:

    Sharon,
    May I please be added to the waiting list for the Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class?
    Thank you,
    Beth

  72. Chrissie day says:

    Please sign me up on the waiting list

  73. Wendy says:

    Please put me on the list for this class Sharon.

  74. Belinda Sweeney says:

    Hi Sharon it is, it is the bear and she has come out of the den to play wiv ya. Can u imagine all of the people I have just worried by that sentence Sharon, Im in whoohooo. Next time I will look at the dates on the above emails, I assumed the places were all taken VBG
    Love n hugs bear xoxoxoxo

  75. OwlBe says:

    Please put me on the waiting list for this class

  76. Kris Rogers says:

    I would love to take your sumptuous surface embroidery class but your June class is not a fit with my schedule. Would you please put me on your wait list for the next time you offer it? Thank you!

  77. Hello:)

    Please put me on the waiting list for this class.

    Thank you.

    • sharonb says:

      Mary ann I have just sent you an email as this class is available – just scroll down the page and buy the class and you are booked.

  78. Teri says:

    Just signed up for the class! Looking forward to it :)

  79. Riddhi Kapoor says:

    hello Sharon,
    pls sign me in for this if i am not too late for signups.
    looking fwd to learn this from u.

    Riddhi
    Pune, India

  80. Judy says:

    I’m booked! I look forward to the class!
    I used a different email to pay for the class…

  81. LaceLady says:

    I’d love to be on your waitlist for the next offering of this class! thanks so much!

  82. Lydia says:

    This inspires me; may I be in the next available series of Sumptuous Surface Embroidery class?

    Thank you very much.

  83. Beth Q says:

    I would also like to be added to the waiting list! It seems I always miss the sign up date by just a week or so and it fills up fast! Good for you, sad for me!

  84. sarah ellis says:

    Sharon, pls put me on the list for SSE. Thank you!

  85. Mary Dennis says:

    Please place me on the wait list. I didn’t sign up for this class earlier because I was going to be traveling for several weeks during the class schedule.
    Thank you
    Mary

  86. Maria Williams says:

    I would like to enroll for the next scheduled embroidery class. Please notify me via email when enrollment begins. Thanks.

  87. Deanna Cunningham says:

    Hi! I would like to be on the waiting list for this class. Thank you. It sounds wonderful!

  88. Julie says:

    dear Sharon

    could you please put me on the waiting list for this course. I’m having such a ball with the studio journal course and I am looking forward to being a part of this one too.
    kind regards,
    Julie

  89. Reagan says:

    I’d love to be on the waiting list for this class. I’m just starting to learn and am excited about this class! Thanks!

  90. Carol Wilson says:

    Hi Sharon Would you please put me on the waiting list for this class. I have enjoyed the Studio Journal class so much that I want to continue with online learning.

  91. Angela says:

    Hi Sharon, could you please put me on the waiting list for the class?
    Thanks.

  92. Pamela Wynfield says:

    Oh, dear, what a delicious site with many opportunities! Please put me on your waiting list for a class. Thanks!

  93. Judy Carlson says:

    Beautiful! Eager to learn. Please put me on your waiting list. Thank you.

  94. Conny says:

    Hi, Sharon, LOVE your wonderful embroidery and website!!! When are you teaching the new set of online courses again? Please put me on your waiting list!! Thanks
    PS looks like there are quite a few of us ready for the next set of classes

  95. chris says:

    Hello Sharon,

    Just to inform you that I am about to upload several photographs into the Folder I have created. The Monotone and Colour finished pieces, the Colour Design draft, the Monotone draft you have already seen. I would appreciate your constructive feedback. Kind regards Chris.

  96. Melissa says:

    Hello Sharon,
    I am very interested in signing up for this class. Please add me to your wait list for future sessions.

  97. Ona says:

    Hello,

    I would very much like to be on the list for the next SSE online class.

    Thank you SO much!!
    Kindest wishes,
    Ona in Belgium/Europe

  98. Sandy says:

    Please can I be put on a waiting list to join a ‘sumptuous surface embroidery’ class starting after the middle of October this year?

    Thanks

  99. Holly Thompson says:

    I’d love to be put on your waiting list for “Sumptuous Surface Embroidery” and “Encrusted Crazy Quilting”… these classes look totally yummy! Hugs from Holly

  100. Kathryn says:

    Sharon, please add me to the waiting list for “Sumptuous Surface Embroidery” and “Encrusted Crazy Quilting.” Thanks for sharing so much (and for free) on this blog.

  101. Ann says:

    I very much hope you are planning another surface embroidery class! Please add me to the waiting list.
    And I echo the previous comment: thanks for all the information you provide
    Ann

  102. Robin Gee says:

    I’d love to get info on your next offering of this surface embroidery class. Please add me to your list. THANKS!

  103. sushma sharma says:

    I would like to get information on your next offering of this sumptuous embroidery class. Please add to your list

  104. Ruthee says:

    I would like to receive notice when you begin the next class/session!

  105. josephine snell says:

    Hello Sharon

    Please put me on the waiting list for your next Sumptuous Surface embroidery course

    thanking you

    Jo

  106. Pauline says:

    Please put me on the waiting list for this class.
    Thanks,
    Pauline

    ps Your work is just spectacular…

  107. Michelle W says:

    Please add me to the waiting list for this class…I would love the opportunity to participate. Thanks!

  108. Debra Waddle says:

    Can you put me on your waiting list please.

  109. leslie kenreich says:

    I would love to take this class-will there be a new one coming up?

  110. Maria McGuire says:

    YES! Please put me on the list for the next class. Any idea of when it will be?

  111. Mary Colgan says:

    Please place me on the list for the next class offering! Thanks! MaryC

  112. Tamara Bastone says:

    Please add me to the waiting list for this class. Thank you!

  113. leslie kenreich says:

    Please put me on your list for next class. Thanks Leslie

  114. Joei Bassett says:

    I would like to be placed on the waiting list for your next class
    Thanks
    Joei

  115. Jayne Slovick says:

    May I get on the waiting list for the next time this class starts?

  116. Chris wyllie says:

    Can you please let me know when your next class will be held.

  117. Annette says:

    I just payed for the class and i Hope i am Not to Late.. :-) i was waitng for this so Long….. :-)
    I am glad that you will teach this class One more Time. And i can understand your decision as everything has its time and Place.. :-)).
    Greetings from Munich
    Annette

  118. Jayne Slovick says:

    I didn’t realize your class was full and sent you the money. I didn’t sign up soon enough even with the extra week notice. I’m sorry if it’s a hassle to send me a refund, or put me on the waiting list.

    • sharonb says:

      Jayne they are not full – when classes fill I remove the buy button so people can not make the mistake. So all is good!

  119. Eileen says:

    Please add me to your wait list – lessons look exciting

  120. Kandy says:

    I’m thrilled I found this class and signed up before it filled up! If you ever decide to sell a book based on your Encrusted Crazy Quilting, since the last class filled before I found it, please let me know..as I would be happy to purchase the book.
    Thank you

  121. Conny van der Westhuizen says:

    Hi, how full is your class? I so enjoyed the crazy quilt one!!

  122. Kellie says:

    I think I signed up for this class last time. Is it a forever class or do I have to repay? If it is forever could you send me the sign in info? Thanks.

  123. Judy Carlson says:

    Here in the US we are being advised to disable Adobe Flash because of a serious security flaw. Hopefully Microsoft will release security patches on May 6. Have you been also advised? I am really looking forward to this class. I was unable to participate fully in the CQ class and am very frustrated by this news.

    • sharonb says:

      I dont use flash files at all in the course so it does not apply I use pdf files and the Adobe reader is not effected
      I did check the adobe site here is the notice
      http://helpx.adobe.com/security.html
      Looks like you can get a patch from them or if you use google Chrome it will automatically update but as I say it should not effect the
      course at all as I dont use flash files but pdf files

  124. Betty Powell says:

    Hi — I’m registered for this class and am wondering if I will receive instructions on how to access it.

    Thanks,
    Betty

    • sharonb says:

      Betty I just sent you an email and also another class invite to the group – as I sent them all out mid week

  125. Helene says:

    Hello from South Africa! Please could you put me on the waiting list? I have only just discovered you and the stunning work!! Helene

  126. Judith WW says:

    I have long been looking for a quality online course in embroider. Could you please add my name to your waiting list? If I am too late, can you suggest an alternative site?

    • sharonb says:

      Sorry Judith this is the last time this class will run as it says on the top of the page I am not teaching online anymore

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