Backgrounds, backgrounds, backgrounds. I get asked about them more than any other area on a canvas. Just like you I’m always new ideas for backgrounds, in fact I was stitching a new one last night.
That’s why I’m so excited about the 25 Background Stitches class that starts Saturday, September 15. It’s my third background stitch class for the 25 Stitches series and it has in it all new stitches!
For just $29, this class offers a great value in needlepoint, coming directly to your email. You don’t have to travel to an in-person class, you can take it on your own time, and you don’t have to join any social media sites or learn new software or apps. This class makes it easy to learn!
Once a month you’ll get the lesson in your email. The first two months have the stitches in a notebook page format that you can use to create your own stitch reference, complete with diagrams and your own stitch samples. The third month has something unique to this class, a complete sampler project that uses the stitches you’ve learned in a great design. The projects pictured here are the samplers from the previous classes.
Plus members of the class are going to get a coupon to get the previous two classes at a deep discount.
Those two background classes have been among the most popular in this long-running series of classes. This is the first of two Background Classes (the next starts in December) that will be offered this year. Stitchers will be delighted by the great new stitches you’ll discover, ones you can put to work in your very next project.
To sign up, for just $29, use the PayPal button below. You can pay through PayPal with an echeck or credit card as well.
if you want to take the class but prefer to pay another way, just contact me.
Don’t miss out on this much stitchy goodness!
About Janet M Perry
Janet Perry is the Internet's leading authority on needlepoint. She designs, teaches and writes, getting raves from her fans for her innovative techniques, extensive knowledge and generous teaching style. A leading writer of stitch guides, she blogs here and lives on an island in the northeast corner of the SF Bay with her family
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