Are you curious about what this website is all about? Maybe you stumbled on it by accident, maybe you followed a link or perhaps a stitching friend told you about “With Threaded Needle”. However you arrived here, welcome!
The courses offered by “With Threaded Needle” were developed with four aims: 1) to provide excellent long distance teaching, 2) to embroiderers all over the world, 3) who wish to be part of an online community of embroiderers, 4) at a reasonable cost.
Course material is sent via email as a PDF so you can participate in a course whether you live next door to me or as far away as New Zealand. The projects we will create are designed for beginner to intermediate level students and help is only an email away! The cost for each course will always be reasonable, making a course with “With Threaded Needle” accessible to everyone. It’s possible to pay for your course in a single payment or to spread out the payments over the length of the course, with payments being as little as $8 a month.
Currently there is one course running, “Trevelyon’s Cap”, where all the students are learning how to make a miniature cap based on a 16th century design by Thomas Trevelyon. In the future there will be different courses offered for a variety of beautiful projects.
If you’re interested in who is behind “With Threaded Needle”, take a minute to read “A message from your teacher”.
If you would like information about upcoming courses as it becomes available, just click on “Contact” in the menu at the top right of the home page.
To register, or for more information about, the Trevelyon’s Cap or Bateau Bayeux courses, please click on that title in the menu above.
I’d love to hear from you and welcome you to “With Threaded Needle!”