STITCHING AT A DISTANCE
None of us knows how long we’ll need to shelter in place. What we do know, however, is that having something creative and productive to do will help us pass the hours. The fact that we love doing it makes it all the better!
One of the great things about being a needlepointer is that we are stash-keepers! I think most of us have multiple projects at home to keep us busy while we perfect our social distancing. But, then you might think, which threads will I use and what stitches will work?
Here is how I plan to keep you in stitches.
Yesterday, I did a private lesson with someone by using Zoom and another on Facetime. Technology is going to be really helpful for those who want to continue to learn, need stitches and guidance with their canvases.
I am available to you for stitch design and thread choice consulting by phone, email or video conferencing. Since many shops are now closed we will have to get creative with our thread selections – all part of what I can help with.
EASY OPTIONS to schedule an appointment!
Email me at email@example.com with your request for a phone or video conferencing consultation. Let me know if you want a phone or video call and how much time you need. Please snap a photo of your canvas and attach to your email. Also tell me the dimensions of the canvas and whether it is on 18 mesh canvas (small holes) or 13 mesh canvas (big holes). And please provide your phone number!
To make the most of our time together please have up to 4 requests/inquiries ready for me so we can get right to work answering your questions to keep your project moving!
I will initiate the call to you to begin our session at the confirmed appointment date and time.
Session pricing: $20 for 15 minutes, $40 for 1/2 hour and $75 for 1 hour
Payment: via Apple Pay, Paypal or your bank’s electronic payment system. Let me know what’s best for you.
This invitation is open to all my stitchers far and wide. I’m happy to work with accommodating different time zones. My goal is to continue to support each of you in our needlepoint community. Let me know if you have an idea for another way to help you keep stitching!
Wishing you the best of health ~