Embroidery Workshop

#LetsMakeStuff @LacunaLoft

Update:  The Embroidery Workshop is full!  If you’re interested in being notified the next time Lacuna Loft schedules a Creative Workshop, please fill out the form below!

Ever seen a cute embroidery sampler piece and wish you could go back in time and make one?  Are you a young adult cancer survivor or caregiver?  Well, wish no more!  Embroidery is not just something for young girls in pioneer-day themed books anymore.  Embroidery is well and alive and the perfect craft for anyone.

Lacuna Loft’s online Embroidery Workshop is the fourth in our #LetsMakeStuff @LacunaLoft series of online workshops!

This workshop is designed to teach you the basics of embroidery stitches.  If you’ve never done this before, you’re in luck! Brandie will go step-by-step through everything!  If you love embroidery and you’re a real pro already, no problem!  While some of the tutorial will be more than you need, the rest of the time spent stitching and being artsy with other young adult cancer peers will be totally worth it.  In this workshop, you’ll learn some basic embroidery stitches, including the ever-useful back stitch!  We will whip up this f%ck cancer piece together and with the skills you’ll learn, you can then move on to embroider just about anything!

This workshop is a 2-hour commitment and will occur via video hangout on Thursday, October 26th @ 5:30 pm PT / 7:30 pm CT / 8:30 pm ET.  15 young adult cancer survivors and caregivers can join.  Can’t make the dates this time?  Don’t worry!  We’ll offer other Creative Workshops in the coming months!

How does it work?  After you sign up below, you’ll receive everything you need to participate in the embroidery workshop in the mail!  Yep!  We’ll send you just about everything you’ll need!  Then, Lacuna Loft will send you an email about a week before the workshop with information on how to join the video chat.  (Just in case you’re wondering…to join the video chat you’ll need the link that we’ll provide you, a headset with a microphone, and a webcam).  That’s it!

Sponsored in part by a grant from Genentech.