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Thursday, February 27 • 10:30am - 11:30am

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Needle arts can provide a mindfulness practice with scientifically proven cognitive benefits. Here's how to get started with cross-stitching. It's easy to learn, doesn't require too many supplies, and is a great outlet for creativity. Cross stitching is a great project for upper elementary, junior high or high school students and can be included in the Textile Arts module in Fashion Studies. Bring your own project or purchase a kit for $5 for a cross stitched greeting card, from the instructor.


Terri-Lynn Hyland

Terri-Lynn has been teaching sewing and designing classes for over 30 years. She is a committee member for Skills- Fashion Technology and is currently teaching Fashion Studies with Edmonton Public Schools.

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