Stories with needle and thread. Inspired by the works of Amazwi Abesifazani, Bayeaux Tapestry, and Anna Torma — in this class we will play with how to use stitching to tell a story.
Students will learn to use simple hand embroidery stitches to make words and pictures that tell a narrative. Embellishing with story line and materials is encouraged!
4 sessions via Zoom
Tuesdays: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
November 10 - December 1
Registrations for this class end November 6th at 10am
Maggie Muth has a BFA in Painting (with a minor in drawing) from MECA, and a two year certificate in Stitched Textiles from the Opus School of Textile Arts in the UK. She has been a life-long stitcher and has taught classes at Maine Fiber Arts, Port Fiber and Mayo Street Arts, the American Visionary Art Museum, Maine College of Art, as well as overseas. She is the Founder and Director of the open itinerant stitching space for all: #stitchHIVE Portland Maine. www.instagram.com/maggiemuth