$15 – $40

Paper Embroidery with Dorothy Yuki

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$15 – $40

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2150 Newcomb Street

San Francisco, CA 94124

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This introduction to embroidery on paper will teach a variety of stitches suited for paper!

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Paper Embroidery: This introduction to embroidery on paper will teach a variety of stitches: running stitch and variations, couching, cross stitch and variations, feather stitch and variations, blanket stitch, french, Chinese and colonial knots and daisy or chain stitch for paper. Also an added bonus of paper piercing will be shown!

Paper Embroidery Materials List

-computer mouse cushion or summer mat plastic cushion or corrugated cardboard

-card stock - 140lb is best (heavy cardstock to handle embroidery) min. 8.5” x 11“ - 8 pcs.

-tracing paper

-common printing papers

-tapestry needle- blunt point

-embroidery needle

-embroidery threads

-crochet thread #10 or finer size

-Optional - different size needles with point from size 9 to size 14...

-pencil

-ruler

-scissors

-long needle push pin or fine needle bookbinding awl

-cutting mat

** We encourage you to come and shop at SCRAP for your materials or you may purchase a materials kit at checkout**

All ticket proceeds go to funding SCRAP's community-based arts education programs supporting students in underserved communities.

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2150 Newcomb Street

San Francisco, CA 94124

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Scrounger’s Center for Reusable Art Parts (SCRAP) is a non-profit creative reuse center founded in 1976 and located in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. SCRAP promotes creativity, education, and environmental stewardship.

 SCRAP is a 501(c)(3) organization, and welcomes your gift of materials and financial support.

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