Autumn Tea & Slow Stitch

Spend the afternoon learning the meditative art of hand sewing with OCAC instructor Judilee Fitzhugh. While sipping premium teas in the peaceful T Project space, you’ll learn the rhythmic dance of the needle and thread as we embroider a linen tea towel together. Everyone will go home with their project and new ideas for other slow stitch projects. Tea, light snack & materials $60.00, October 15th, 1-5 pm

In Japan, slow stitch is called Sachiko. Come view some examples in the gallery that day of hand made Japanese sachiko and "Zakka," functional household objects from Japan that I've collected over the years. It will be coming down soon so this is a last chance peek.

Talented, patient and fun to talk with, Judilee Fitzhugh is a local textile artist specializing in the art of natural dye processes. She combines an innovative interpretation of traditional methods, handwoven and surface design techniques and couture construction details to create a line of wearable garments, accessories and original art pieces that portray a single moment in history. 

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