Discover the beauty of herringbone stitches!
Whether you're a beginner looking to explore the world of needlepoint or an experienced stitcher seeking new challenges, this counted canvas work class is tailor-made for you.
- Enrollment: Oct 15 – Nov 13 2023
- Classes: Jan 02 – Feb 06 2024
- Time: Zoom session Tuesdays 10am CST
And, if you missed the companion Mostly pieces, catch up now!
Mostly Herringbone joins 5 other Mostly projects!
In this course you will learn:
More than 20 different stitches
Starting and Stopping techniques for
herringbone and other stitches
Work with various threads
Using a laying tool
You will receive:
82 page Instruction book
Access to Video Stitch Demonstrations
Weekly Zoom sessions
Dedicated online classroom
Opportunity to ask questions
and interact with other class members
Explore the intricacies of the herringbone stitch, an ancient stitch with modern interpretations!
Do you have the complete set?
Catch up on any Mostly projects you missed the first time!
For this special "catch up" offer, we will discount the shipping when you order more than one project!
How will the catch up classes work?
You will receive the full instruction book for every project ordered
Links to the video stitch demonstrations will be provided for each project ordered
You may email Debbie or post questions in the groups.io classrooms for each class, or ask questions about the other projects at the end of the Mostly Herringbone Zoom sessions
An intro Zoom session will be offered for all of the classes, to demonstrate accessing the various features of the groups.io classrooms. You may also join the Mostly Herringbone Zoom sessions, to ask questions about the other projects at the end of the weekly sessions.
Meet your Instructor
A designer/teacher of counted canvas needlework since 2003, Debbie Rowley focuses on writing clear, concise instructions for her designs to make them easy to stitch. A background in writing and journalism comes in handy!
Debbie specializes in counted canvas needlepoint, and teaches in several venues every year. Her design style features geometric shapes and patterns, reflecting her early love of abstract and modern art. She encourages stitchers to change colors in her designs to their favorites – it’s hard to stitch with a color you don’t love! Threads and stitches introduce elements of texture to a traditionally two dimensional medium.
Debbie is a member of several American Needlepoint Guild chapters and Embroiderer’s Guild of America chapters, and has taught for many shops, ANG and EGA chapters, other retreats and online cyber classes. She has published designs for Needlepointers (ANG) and Needlepoint Now, as well as other publications.