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Merrilyn Heazlewood by Mh Admin - 3M ago

Online Class Now open for Registrations

If you live in the northern hemisphere, you are planting your Sunflower Seeds, while we are harvesting our seeds.

– don’t like Orange?  See link for more colour options.

Online Class

Registration Opens:      Now Open

Registration Closes:      18th May 2019

Kits posted:                    1stth July 2019

Cost:   Aust $325   ( approx US $250)

Cost included shipping with tracking.

Check here for more information and to signup >

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Merrilyn Heazlewood by Mh Admin - 8M ago

Here are some lovely comments from students in my class.

” This is the most stitching I have accomplished ever in a Seminar.  I am amazed.”

“This is the best class I’ve taken in my stitching life. What I loved is that Merrilyn would teach the subject and then give us plenty of time to work on our pieces”

“This class was awesome.  A lot of time to perfect and stitch techniques. I made great progress in the class”

” As a former academic dean, I had many opportunities to review teachers.  Merrilyn is exceptional for a number of reasons. Her personality is friendly and inclusive while being informative and helpful …….. this teacher was logical, linear and appropriate in her teaching style.”

” This is the most stitching I have accomplished ever in a Seminar.  I am amazed.”

“This is the best class I’ve taken in my stitching life. What I loved is that Merrilyn would teach the subject and then give us plenty of time to work on our pieces”

“This class was awesome.  A lot of time to perfect and stitch techniques. I made great progress in the class”

” As a former academic dean, I had many opportunities to review teachers.  Merrilyn is exceptional for a number of reasons. Her personality is friendly and inclusive while being informative and helpful …….. this teacher was logical, linear and appropriate in her teaching style.”

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Merrilyn Heazlewood by Mh Admin - 9M ago
Welcome to my first Black Friday Sale – a week early. These Online Class are being retired from my range. Take advantage of purchasing these projects as supplied in the Online Classes.

Bundle projects are kits, with no ‘classroom’.

For all details about these packs, to place orders and to see their shipping dates check the details below.

  1. Not Santa’s Series Bundle

All four of the Not Santa’s Series

Au$800    Sale price   Au $545

Black Friday, Bundle 1 – Not Santa’s Series
  1. Gelato and Biscuits ( cookies) Bundle

  The projects in this bundle are:   Iced Vo Vo and Gelato

Au$490     Sale price    Au $367.50

Black Friday, Bundle 2 – Cookies Bundle
  1. Silk Ribbon Bundle

The projects in this bundle are:  Tulips and Camellia Biscornu

Au$475      Sale price    Au $365.25

Black Friday, Bundle 3 – Silk Ribbon
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Merrilyn Heazlewood by Mh Admin - 9M ago

 When:   November:   Saturday 17th  9am to 4pm

Sunday 18th    10am to 4pm

 Where:  Princess Warf No.1 Salamanca Hobart

 

Launching

Slow Needlepoint with Merrilyn

Small easy to stitch projects that you can hold in your hand.

Two or three threads is all that is required.

Each design has two or three stitches.

Don’t know how!  Want to learn??

Join my classes in Kingston in 2019.

In my classes you are sharing time with like-minded stitchers, in a relaxed atmosphere, where you stitch at your own pace.

What do you do with it once the stitching is finished?  See my display at the Etsy Market, pieces have been glued onto books, folders, canvas’s etc.

Once you are comfortable with stitching and embroidery it becomes a form of mindfulness meditation.

It is so easy to ‘chill out’. The minutes just slip past.

Hand stitching can slow us down, it is relaxing, makes us feel good and allows our mind to ‘ ebb and flow with the waves as they gently lap onto the beach’.

Creating things with our hands make us feel great, gives us a warm fuzzy feeling.

Make and give, or make and keep.

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1. Delphiniums – EGA Met Region
Silk Ribbon on Counted Needlepoint

Registration   Now Open

Registration Closes:   1st November 2018

For more details and to book visit:   http://www.metroega.org/events/education-2019/

2. Winter Garden – ANG
Silk Ribbon on Counted Needlepoint

Students can select their own colour of canvas.

A pilot student worked her’ on Red.  Wow, doesn’t it look great.

Registration Opens 1st October 2018

Registration Closes  30th November 2018

First Lesson 1st February 2019

For more details and to book visit: https://www.needlepoint.org/page/AboutCyberWorkshops

3. Glass House Fuchsias – EGA

Dates to come

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Registration Opens:  1st July 2018 

Cost:  Au $255 ( appox US $190)

 

  • Counted Needlepoint
  • Silk Ribbon
  • Beading
  • Hand sponged ‘wash’ on canvas

Pink silk ribbon Tulips standing tall and proud are the focal point of this piece.

Design size: 7” x 7”

Garden beds overflowing with tulips are depicted in various ways.

Rambling beds, formal beds and fallen petals surrounded by manicured lawns.

Beads add  ‘ subtle bling’ to Tulips.

When designing this piece I had great fun mixing yellows and pinks in traditional stitches I subtly changed.

I hand sponge the background ‘wash’ on the 18 count canvas

Students will receive a video of me working the Tulips.

 

To Book and for more details visit

Web site

Etsy Shop

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Registration Opens:    1st March 2018

Cost: AU $350

Counted Needlepoint

Silk Ribbon

Hand sponged ‘wash’ on canvas

 

Twenty stitches are used to stitch corn, carrots, parsnips, radishes, tomatoes, apples, pears, apricots, raspberry’s, lettuces and herbs etc  in this Potager.

Espaliered fruit trees and of course hens are all part of a productive Vegetable Patch and Orchard

The layout of the garden beds is based on the format of an early 1800’s walled garden, at Entally Estate, Northern Tasmania.

I hand sponge the background of the 18count interlocked canvas.

 

Variegated threads stitch to create realistic vegetables, berries and fruit.

To book and more details visit

Web site

Etsy shop

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