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HANGING THREAD GALLERY
Devi Vallabhaneni & Katie Strachan:
Outside In

Thru May 21
 
CORRIDOR GALLERY
Judith Epstein-Williams:
One Thing Leads to Another

Thru May 21
 


Lecture Series: Chrissie Juno Mann
May 25th, 10am - 11am PST
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Lecture Series: Tricia Nguyen
June 1st, 10am - 11am PST
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Crewelwork Stag
(Three-Session Class)

June 3rd, June 10th, and
June 17th, 10am-1pm PST
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 Rug Hooking Cupcake
 with Victoria Rudolph

 June 4th, 10am-1pm PST
 Register here
 
Online Introduction to Embroidery:
Geometric (June 16th), and Plant (July 9th), 10am-3pm PDT
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 Bite-Size for Beginners
 June 23rd, 5:30pm-8:30pm PST
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Medieval Horse and Rider 
(Two-Session Class)
June 24th and July 1st, 10am-1pm PST
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 Konobori Fish
 June 25th, 10am-1pm PST
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Lion Box (Four-Session Class)
June 30th, July 7th, July 14th,
and July 21st, 10am-1pm PST
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 Tambour Moth (Three-Session Class)
 July 9th, July 16th, and July 23rd, 
 10am-1pm PST
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Goldwork Moth with Lauren Yeager (Three-Session Class)
August 5th, 12th, and 19th, 
8am-11am PST
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 Crewelwork Tiger with Mae McCourt
 August 13th, 10am-1pm PST
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Needlelace Workshop with Lauren Yeager (Two-Session Class)
August 20th and 27th, 10am-1pm PST
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 Bite-Size for Beginners
 August 25th, 5:30pm-8:30pm PST
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In-Person Introduction to Embroidery: Contemporary and Traditional Insect 
June 4th, 10am-4pm PST
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 In-Person Technique Tasters
 June 2nd - June 30th
 Mornings: 10am-1pm PDT
 Afternoons: 2pm-5pm PDT
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Comprehensive Studies
Program:
 Surface Embroidery
Level 1 and Level 2
June 13th-17th, 
9:30am - 4:30pm PDT
 Crewelwork Bud (Two-Session Class)
 June 18th and 19th, 10am - 1pm PDT
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Goldwork Butterfly
July 14th, 10am - 4pm PDT
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 Stumpwork Ribbon Jewelry
 with Tiffany Chin

 July 16th, 11am - 4pm PDT
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Mandala Design with Laura Tandeske
August 20th, 11am - 4pm PST
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 Technique Tasters: Stumpwork
 August 27th, 10am - 1pm PST
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Bite-Size for Beginners
September 18th, 1:30pm-4pm PST
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 Introduction to Tambour Work:
 Level 2 with Bob Haven

 October 24th-28th, 
 9:30am - 4:30pm PDT
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Comprehensive Studies 
Program:
 Metalwork Level 1
October 24th-28th, 
9:30am - 4:30pm PST
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 Comprehensive Studies 
 Program: All Concentrations

 October 31st - November 4th, 
 9:30am - 4:30pm PST
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A collection of cool stuff we know you will like.

SNAD IS ON THE ROAD! You can now take a class at NUMU (New Museum Los Gatos) with SNAD instructor Allison Railo! Register here: In-person Bite Size for Beginners at NUMU featuring Allison Railo

MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Support Ukrainian refugees who are looking to earn an income from their craft by following this link and join NEST and The House That Lars Built on Instagram Live on May 17 at 12p EST for a stitchalong with Lviv based master embroiderer Hannah Rohatynska.

MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS PERKS! Our new Membership Program has launched. There are 3 Levels to choose from - each with its own stack of benefits. Choose what's right for you with the knowledge that your membership support is the 'stitch plan' that designs our future!


PURPLE REIGN is the prompt for our next Stitch at Home Challenge. Click on the hyperlink for the registration form. 

DID YOU KNOW? People who collect thimbles are known as digitabulists. Although the first thimble dates back to about 30,000 years ago - used when mammoth hunters sewed pearls onto pieces of leather, a Dutch metal worker made the first thimble as we know today in England around the year 1695. At the time, it was called a ” thumb-bell” because it was worn on the thumb and shaped like a bell. Originally, thimbles were used for protecting the finger as it pushed a needle through fabric or leather but, over time, they have gained other uses and stories. Women of the night used them to tap on a window or door to announce their presence and thimble-knocking refers to the practice of Victorian schoolmistresses who would tap on the heads of unruly pupils with thimbles, to name a few!

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