Sunday, June 17, 2012

Have Teaching Manual - Will Travel

Hi Everybody... Robin here.

Happy Father's Day to all reading this blog. I credit my dad for many of my creative talents. Sure do miss him.

This week is the "gotta get it done" week because I will be heading to Columbus, Ohio to teach the Lotus Squared class at TNNA, work the NeedleDeeva booth, and then to teach at What's the Point? Needlepoint shop in Dublin, OH. Exciting times are ahead, for sure.

Thread Kits for Lotus Squared • Zecca •  ZE 134

The Thread Kits for the Lotus Squared are kitted and ready to travel. All threads for the TNNA class were donated from these following wonderful companies. Be sure to patronize them when possible. Their generosity is greatly appreciated:

  • DMC Corp. - Embroidery Floss and DMC Memory Thread
  • Gloriana - Silk Ribbon Floss
  • Kreinik - Kreinik Braid size 8
  • Rainbow Gallery - Flair, Neon Rays, Splendor
  • River Silks Ribbon - 4MM
  • Wichelt Imports - Mill Hill size 6〫Glass Beads and Antique Glass Beads


Then, I printed and bagged the stitch guides. Zecca did the artwork for the cover sheet. I love her style. There are a few more seats available in the Saturday morning class. If you are a shop owner going to Market, be sure to consider spending 8AM - 10AM with me.


I also made my Lotus Squared Teaching Manual. It is a tradition I do for each teaching event. It is the same text as the stitch guides with large print and one design element printed per page. The charted stitch with a behind-the-scene photo are also printed as a reminder of what I did and when/how I did it.


Each page is then put into a sleeve protector and into a binder which has a place for front cover and binder edge information.



Blog readers who have been with me from the beginning may remember my earlier teaching manuals.


I also have the Sunflower and Berries Teaching Manual ready to go with me because I will be teaching the class at What's the Point? Needlepoint in Dublin, OH right after Market on Tuesday, June 26th.

My collection of Teaching Manuals is a reminder of the commercial stitch guides I have written. Looking forward to more opportunities... beginning in Columbus.

Until the next time... Hugs, Robin

5 comments:

  1. Best of luck with your classes!!! See you in Columbus!

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  2. Thanks, Barbara. Can't wait to check out all of your new designs in the Barbara Bergsten booth. See you soon.

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  3. Lucky are the students who have signed up for one of your classes! They are in for a treat - and a great stitch guide! Good luck!

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  4. Good Luck Robin!! You make it look so easy! I love your organized style and eagerness. Have a fun trip!

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