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Sunday October 29TH, 2017

1 – 4pm  

Renata Georgeff


Delve into the wonderful world of wool applique by making an embroidered pin cushion. Soft, warm, felted wool is applied without the need for turned edges! You will make a large tomato-style flower pin cushion in a personal colour scheme, selecting from a huge assortment of fabrics. You will then embroider using 5 simple stitches: stab, running, chain, blanket and French knots.  Add a pretty button to complete this sewing aid.

This workshop is suitable for all levels.

Kit Fee: $10.00 (includes fabric, threads & button)

Bring: paper, cutting scissors, applique scissors with sharp tips, and a pencil for tracing.

Wool Applique Pin Cushion

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  • Heartfelt requires a 50% NON-REFUNDABLE deposit in order to register for a class.

    Cancellations or changes must be made at least 48 hours prior to the class start date in order to be issued a store credit.  If a cancellation is made less than 48 hours before the start date the deposit is forfeited.  If a student does not show up to the class, the deposit is forfeited.


    The instructors at Heartfelt set their own minimum number of students.  If the minimum is not met, Heartfelt reserves the right to cancel the class up to 24 hours in advance of the start date.  In this case, a full refund will be issued.


    Some classes require kit fees which are paid in cash directly to the instructor unless otherwise specified.


    Students receive a 10% discount on all products in the store on the day of the workshop.

  • Renata Georgeff is an ex-computer geek and an award-winning needle artist, recently retired from owning The Needle Gnome, a store located in Acton, catering to all stitchers and knitters for over 25 years. She is a strong believer in the therapeutic benefits of hand-work and loves to experiment in its many forms, often combining techniques with surprising results. Over the years, she has taught numerous classes at various Embroidery and Needlecraft Guilds, Trade Shows, and stores.