Flower Pin Cushion with Youngmin Lee - Zoom

NOTE: This class will be held over Zoom. To participate in this Zoom class, we will send you a link 24 hours before the class start time, which you will use to log in to a group class with Youngmin. We recommend using a computer to join the class (rather than a phone) as the screen is bigger.

The last day to sign-up and have a kit shipped to you is Tuesday, November 24th at 12 pm.

The last day to sign-up and pick-up a kit via Curbside Pick-up is Friday, December 4th at 10 am. If you would like to pick up your kit before class, please read our Curbside Pick-up policies and select Curbside Pick-up during checkout.

Join us virtually to create these artful pin cushions! Youngmin will teach you techniques such as gamchimjil, yeonbong maedeub (lotus bud knot), and bakjwi maedeub (bat shape knot) to make this flower shape pin cushion. These techniques are also used when making bojagi (Korean Wrapping Cloths). The pin cushions will be made with naturally dyed fabrics from A Verb for Keeping Warm. Please note, this is a hand sewing class, no sewing machine is required.

Included Materials:
+ AVFKW x Youngmin Lee Naturally-dyed Pincushion Kit - 100% linen, naturally-dyed by AVFKW, written instructions by Youngmin Lee - special 10% discount to students. (Regular price $42, student price is $38.) By default, we will create a Sunrise Yellow Kit for you. If you would prefer an Indigo Blue or Cochineal Pink, please leave a note when you check out. See photo for colors!

    Required Materials:
    + Fabric scissors
    + Hera marker
    + Pins
    + Hand sewing needles
    + Thread (silk recommended, or cotton works fine)
    + Clear grid rulers
    + Rotary cutter and small cutting mat

        1 session/ 4 hours

        We will have a 30 minute break for lunch.

        Class max: 10 students

        Date: Saturday, December 5th
        Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm

        Biography: Youngmin Lee is a Korean textile artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a BA in Clothing and Textile and an MFA in Fashion Design, Youngmin has presented numerous workshops, classes and demonstrations on Korean Textile Arts including workshops at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, Oakland Museum, Pacific International Quilt Festival in Santa Clara, Sonoma County Museum, East Bay Heritage Quilters, Wearable Art Connection of Southern California, Richmond Art Center and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in Los Angeles, California.   

        Cancellation policy
        : Please note, for this special event, you must cancel 7 days before the start date of your class in order to receive a full refund. We cannot honor any refunds within 7 days of the class start date unless we are able to fill the class from the waiting list.

        $170.00

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