Date + Time
Jul 18, 2022, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Cleveland, 1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA
In this online workshop students will create a sampler that combines text and imagery.
The workshop will cover techniques for transferring a design, basic stitches, and tips for designing layout. In addition, we will discuss the history and significance of the sampler including recent iterations and interpretations. No prior sewing or embroidery experience is necessary. Embroidery stitching can be used on fabric or paper, and is an ideal skill for book artists.
Candace Hicks collects coincidences from the books she reads and gathers them in her artists’ books and installations. She is the Coordinator of Foundations at Stephen F. Austin State University where she teaches foundational courses in two-dimensional media. Her books are in collections including the Museum of Modern Art New York and many university special collections including Harvard, Yale, and Stanford.
Student Supply List:
White tracing or printer paper
Fabric (preferably duck cloth or linen approximately 8”x10”)
Various embroidery threads, including black
Suggested Optional Reading:
The Subversive Stitch by Rozsicka Parker