Design - Digitize - Stitch - Sewing Themed In-the-Hoop Projects with Sue O'Very-Pruitt

Design - Digitize - Stitch - Sewing Themed In-the-Hoop Projects with Sue O'Very-Pruitt

MAR 22–23

It’s time to get your sewing goodies organized and the best part, you’re going to design the projects! Make five In-the-Hoop sewing-themed projects during this two-day workshop. Both days are jam-packed with designing, brainstorming, digitizing, creating, and stitching. Each morning will begin with chatting about the day's projects, what is the best way to stitch each, how to digitize them, and then after lunch, we will make both projects on the embroidery machines. The prerequisites for this class are a basic understanding of how to use BERNINA Embroidery Software V9 and an embroidery machine with the Medium, Oval, and Midi hoops.

Here are the projects we will be making:
Shear Cork - Fabric Shear Sheath with monogrammed scissor fob
Sew Pinny - Quilted pin cushion featuring a sewing machine applique, a pocket, and an elastic loop on the side to hold a marking pen.
The Clip It Case - Dimensional Wonder Clip holder stitches flat and is held together with a snap on each side and holds up to 100 Wonder Clips
Cord Wrangler - Keep your iron cords in place when the iron is not in use. Stitches like a pillow with a couple of hair ties to make storing bulking cords a breeze.
 
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Class begins at 8:30 AM CT each day
Lunch is from 12:00 PM–1:00 PM CT each day
Class ends at 4:00 PM CT each day

LOCATION
BERNINA Creative Center
3682 Prairie Lake Ct | Aurora, IL 60504

FEE $449

Supply List (for students to supply):
Kits will be provided by BERNINA
Bring a notebook and pen

About Sue O'Very-Pruitt of Sookie Sews
Sue is the owner of Sookie Sews, formerly Sue O'Very Designs. Sue teaches her machine embroidery techniques nationwide, through in-person classes, Craftsy, her YouTube channel and her on-line sewing school, Sookie Bee Sewing Academy. Her two books are Pocket Guide to Stabilizers and Pocket Guide to Notions. Sue says the best part of her job is teaching and seeingthe enthusiasm when her students stitch up one of her designs orpatterns.