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Visible Mending Webinar

Visible Mending Free Webinar

with Jenny Wilding Cardon

visible mending

 

Welcome to the world of visible mending – where holes, rips, tears, and even stains provide opportunities for one-of-a-kind creativity.  In this free, 1-hour webinar, Jenny Wilding Cardon will demonstrate step-by-step how to mend and repair damaged or worn clothing.

 

April 9, 2019

2:00 pm EDT

Can’t make it? You can still sign up and watch it on-demand following the initial broadcast!

 

What you’ll learn:

  • The concept of Visible Mending
  • Two easy hand-sewing techniques to mend clothing, linens, and other fabric items
  • Boro stitching, a traditional Japanese mending technique
  • A fun technique for turning unsightly holes into cool conversation pieces
  • How to incorporate stabilizer to make things easier when hand stitching
  • How to choose the right thread for the garment you’ve chosen

 

Goodies for you:

  • Downloadable practice sheets
  • Instructions for 2 simple techniques to combine in different ways to refashion the clothes in your closet
  • Webinar Specials and Door Prizes (if you attend the live date)
  • Access to the webinar on-demand and all presentation materials following live broadcast
  • Exclusive access to a brand-new Sulky thread!

 

 

Always free, always on-demand!

Sign up today!

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2 Comments

  • Lita M

    I did not receive a confirmation of Visible Mending registration, only a screen telling me that the webcast had not started yet.
    Not sure what that indicates.

    • Nikki

      You should have gotten a confirmation email. Perhaps it went in your spam folder. You’re definitely registered if you see a screen telling you the webinar has not started, as that means you’re logged in. So you’re good.

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