In this class you will take your Embroidery Card Making skills to the next level!
Carol Sciarini will teach you how to enhancing the skills you learned in the Embroidered Card Making Card 101 class by adding an oval or rectangle fabric frame to a smaller design. The steps to create these cards are a little different than those learned in the 101 Class.
Class Prerequisite: Embroidered Card Making 101 (taken at the Ohio's Amish Country Quilt Festival or Chestnut Ridge Sewing)
Carol Sciarini has been sewing since the late 60’s, but since September, 2016, she has been an instructor at Chestnut Ridge Sewing in Millersburg, Ohio. Carol’s classes include many types of purses, wallets, totes, and bags. In addition, she teaches a wide variety of machine embroidery classes that includes designs by OESD, Claudia Dinnell, Janine Babich, and Kimberbell. These embroidery classes include table toppers and runners, wall hangings, edge to edge quilting, free standing lace, t-shirts, and now personalized card-making.
Carol is an OESD Certified Embroidery Specialist and attended Kimberbell Academy in Logan, Utah; and most recently she has helped instruct students in serger classes. Carol has been privileged to work with many Bernina educators including Claudia Dinnell, Janine Babich, Sue O’Very, Krista Moser, and Annie Unrein. Due to travel restrictions during the pandemic, Donna Rauff was unable to come to Chestnut Ridge Sewing to teach her card making techniques using the embroidery machine, so Donna granted Chestnut Ridge Sewing and Carol permission to present the classes. Carol has taken additional classes from Donna including the Cards 201 Class, Fringe Frame Greeting Card Class, Sentimentally Yours Card Class, Floral Dimensional Card Class, and the Smaller Greeting Card Class and she has enjoyed teaching all of these as well.