International Teacher’s Tour 2022

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After the Broadway Bound Seminar in New York City, Hazel will be visiting the following Chapters, teaching a variety of workshops.

Monguagon Chapter, Dearborn, MI

2-day Workshop:  30th and 31st August

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The First Sip

This design from Hazel’s book, Crewel Intentions, measures 260 x 200 mm.  Along with embroidery and bead embroidery stitches, it is worked with a variety of both needle lace and weaving techniques.  Because the workshop will cover all of the stitches and techniques used in the First Sip design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Participants will be required to own a copy of Hazel’s book, Crewel Intentions, and should bring that book with them to the workshop.  If you are unable to source this book in the US, please inform us by the beginning of July and a copy will be sent over for you.  It will be available on the day of the workshop.

Cost for EGA members: $205.00 (includes kit, tuition and lunch)

Cost for non-members: $264.00 (includes kit, tuition and lunch)

Contact: Dawn Pollard at [email protected]

Heartland Region Chapter, Cedar Rapids, IA

3-day Workshop:  2nd, 3rd and 4th September

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Tumbleweeds 1

This design takes the use of needle lace techniques in embroidery a step further, combining the different numbered stitches to create petals not unlike insertion lace.  It also includes crewel stitches, interesting needle weaving ideas, some bead embroidery and the use of caged crystals.  The workshop will open up a world of possibilities for the already accomplished embroiderer and is for stitchers who have a good basic knowledge of the art.  It will particularly appeal to the embroiderer who enjoys stitching fine, detailed embroidery.  Because the workshop will cover all the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Tuition cost: US$118.00

Kit cost: US$120.00

Contact:  Jamie Randall at [email protected]

Pikes Peak Chapter, Colorado Springs, Colorado

3-day Workshop:  6th, 7th and 8th September

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Tumbleweeds 1

This design takes the use of needle lace techniques in embroidery a step further, combining the different numbered stitches to create petals not unlike insertion lace.  It also includes crewel stitches, interesting needle weaving ideas, some bead embroidery and the use of caged crystals.  The workshop will open up a world of possibilities for the already accomplished embroiderer and is for stitchers who have a good basic knowledge of the art.  It will particularly appeal to the embroiderer who enjoys stitching fine, detailed embroidery.  Because the workshop will cover all the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Tuition cost: US$92.00

Kit cost:  US$118.00

Contact: Shawn Miller at [email protected] 

Wasatch-Salt Lake Chapter, Salt Lake City, Utah

2-day Workshop:  10th and 11th September

Tony New

Tony the Lion

Measuring 240 x 215 mm, Tony is the face of a lion.  The project incorporates a wide variety of embroidery and bead embroidery stitches as well as techniques that will be particularly useful to stitchers that would like to become familiar with Hazel’s ‘signature techniques’ such as needle lace techniques for embroidery and loom weaving patterns that have been modified for needle weaving.  Because time is short and the workshop will cover all of the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for completion of the project.  Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Cost for EGA members:  US$200.00 (includes kit)

Cost for non-members: US$230.00 (includes kit)

Contact:  Heather Callahan at [email protected]

Tuscon Chapter, Tucson, Arizona

3-day Workshop:  13th, 14th and 15th September

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Tumbleweeds 1

This design takes the use of needle lace techniques in embroidery a step further, combining the different numbered stitches to create petals not unlike insertion lace.  It also includes crewel stitches, interesting needle weaving ideas, some bead embroidery and the use of caged crystals.  The workshop will open up a world of possibilities for the already accomplished embroiderer and is for stitchers who have a good basic knowledge of the art.  It will particularly appeal to the embroiderer who enjoys stitching fine, detailed embroidery.  Because the workshop will cover all the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Tuition cost:  US$62.00

Kit cost:  US$118.00

Contact:  Betsy Smullen at [email protected]

Louisanna Lagniappe Chapter, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

2-day Workshop:  17th and 18th September

Tony New

Tony the Lion

Measuring 240 x 215 mm, Tony is the face of a lion.  The project incorporates a wide variety of embroidery and bead embroidery stitches as well as techniques that will be particularly useful to stitchers that would like to become familiar with Hazel’s ‘signature techniques’ such as needle lace techniques for embroidery and loom weaving patterns that have been modified for needle weaving.  Because time is short and the workshop will cover all of the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for completion of the project.  Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Tuition cost:  US$100.00

Kit cost:  US$118.00

Contact:  Gaye Smith at [email protected]

Knoxville Chapter, Knoxville, TN

3-day Workshop:  20th, 21st and 22nd September

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Tumbleweeds 3

This design takes the use of needle lace techniques in embroidery a step further, combining the different numbered stitches to create petals not unlike insertion lace.  It also includes crewel stitches, interesting needle weaving ideas, some bead embroidery and the use of caged crystals.  The workshop will open up a world of possibilities for the already accomplished embroiderer and is for stitchers who have a good basic knowledge of the art.  It will particularly appeal to the embroiderer who enjoys stitching fine, detailed embroidery.  Because the workshop will cover all the stitches and techniques used in the design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Specific details for this workshop will be available from mid-June.

Contact: Sherry Mayfield at [email protected]

New England Region, Andover, Massachusetts

2-day Workshop:  24th and 25th August

the-first-sip

The First Sip

This design from Hazel’s book, Crewel Intentions, measures 260 x 200 mm.  Along with embroidery and bead embroidery stitches, it is worked with a variety of both needle lace and weaving techniques.  Because the workshop will cover all of the stitches and techniques used in the First Sip design, participants will be taught on a fabric sampler.  This will make it possible to cover everything in class and will mean that each person will go home with a reference for what he or she needs to do when working the project.   Along with a full kit for the project, participants will be provided with an additional teaching kit.  

Participants will be required to own a copy of Hazel’s book, Crewel Intentions, and should bring that book with them to the workshop.  If you are unable to source this book in the US, please inform us by the beginning of July and a copy will be sent over for you.  It will be available on the day of the workshop.

Registration details for EGA members will be provided in the New England Region’s newsletter going out mid-April.

Tuition cost:  US$150.00

Kit cost:  US$71.00

Contact: Patricia Barry at [email protected]