Belinda Balemans starting doing needlework sitting on her grandmother's knees, and over the years, learned to become an expert at many different types of needle work. Now, with this new class, she is beginning to share her extensive knowledge with you. Her interactive lessons in the craft will be spiced with the history of needlework, stories of drama and high intrigue, genealogy, coded spy messages and historical artwork.
Ms Balemans will lead students through hands-on learning, as she teaches a variety of needle work techniques including needlepoint, embroidery, cross-stitch, and crewel work. She will provide you with a variety of patterns, but you can also bring your own projects or patterns if you wish. Pieces of needlework become family heirlooms, and your piece may be treasured and handed down over the generations. The instructor will provide a broad variety of thread for student use.
Students need to bring:
Needles (a package of mixed needles will work)
Piece of fabric that you'd like to work on…
Instructor: Belinda Balemans
Dates: (WINTER) Thursdays, January 18 - February 22, 2018 (6 weeks)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Saint John Social Enterprise Hub , 139 Prince Edward St., Saint John: Room# TBA
Course fee: $170 (plus HST)
About the instructor: Belinda Balemans is an aspiring writer and an active student of History, currently enrolled in a UNB Degree program. She is also co-owner of Baleman’s Produce in the historic City Market and a fanatic about the City of Saint John. Belinda’s interest in history and her captivating story-telling infuse her teaching style, so that while learning a craft, you will also learn the remarkable stories behind the craft.
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