Beginner's Cross Stitch - Women's History Month w/ Sophie Kanter

Actions Panel

Beginner's Cross Stitch - Women's History Month w/ Sophie Kanter

Celebrate Women's History Month with a fun handmade craft@

When and where

Date and time


325 Morse ST NE-- Union Market 325 Morse ST NE Washington, DC 20002

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Celebrate Women's History Month with a fun handmade craft! This project is entirely customizable so that you can stitch your own message to honor women everywhere. Cross-stitch instructions will be provided as well as a plethora of fonts to can create your own unique look. You will take home your project with pride and brand-new skills! Sewing skills are a plus but not necessary. All materials will be provided.

Any questions? Email


For a full refund to your original payment method, attendees must reach out to the Event Organizer for a refund 7 days in advance to the event. If after 7 days before the event, a credit to your account will be given.

If an event is postponed, rescheduled, or moved, your tickets are still valid for the new date and no further action is required. Emails will be sent to ticket holders notifying them of any available refund options for the event.


I am inspired by nature, traditional crafts, and slow fashion. I began my journey with natural dyes in 2014. Through a desire for a new wardrobe free of visible stains, I dyed my own clothing at first. I expanded to anything I could get my hands on, exploring different types of fabrics and plants. Beginning the following year, I enriched myself in the textile community of the San Francisco Bay Area, learning from and being inspired by some truly amazing artists. I continued my art education by attending craft and folk schools around the country, focusing on indigo and natural dyes.

My current art practice focuses on using local and seasonal dye plants. With my practice has come a deeper understanding of sustainability. Each day I tune into plants a little bit more, especially aware of how the dye process is a continuation of the life cycle of the plant itself.

When I'm not dyeing, I’m teaching at a preschool, playing with flowers, crafting at home and taking care of my many house plants. I can't wait to share more with you!