Embroidery:  Stitching Inspired by Nature’s Geometry to bring Beauty and Calm

with June Albright
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Working with natural materials of linen, silk, cotton, and wool, we will embroider forms inspired by nature and the patterns found within. A variety of stitches and combinations will be taught. Interspersed throughout the week will be opportunities to practice ribbon folding, making cord with the lucet, plant dyeing, and finishing techniques. Each day will include some quiet meditative stitching as well. Exercises in eurythmy will balance our stitching time. This course is suitable for all levels of stitchers and handwork teachers.
Eurythmy with Cezary Ciaglo
Nature Drawing with Elizabeth Auer
June Albright loved to embroider as a child and was taught by her grandmother. For the last 25 years she’s been teaching embroidery,  along with knitting, crocheting, and sewing as the handwork teacher at the Upper Valley Waldorf School. June was a member of the pioneer class  of Waldorf teacher training at the San Francisco extension program of Rudolf Steiner College. In addition, she has taken embroidery classes at the Royal School of Needlework and San Francisco School of Needlework  and Design. She’s excited to share with adults her love of working with nature’s colors and forms through embroidery.
Elizabeth Auer, MEd, holds a diploma in art and design and is a graduate of both the Waldorf Teacher Training program and the Remedial Resource Waldorf Teacher Training program. She has taught painting, drawing and clay modeling as a classroom activity for 25 years at both Antioch University New England and numerous Renewal and other courses. She is the author of Creative Pathways: activities that strengthen the child’s cognitive forces, Learning about the World through Drawing: Ideas for the Classroom Grades 1-8 and Helping Children on Their Way, a resource for educational support for the classroom.
Materials Fee = $30.00