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Elisa Franzin from Italy and Sheila Beswick from CaliforniaToday, I have something beautiful to show you by two talented embroiderers. The first is Elisa Franzin from Italy.Girl Reaching by Elisa FranzinClick on the image to enlargeElisa Franzin’s teacher, Manuela Scarpin, teaches at the well-known Tombolo E Disegni, Viale Martiri della Liberta 10, Grado (Gorizia) 34073, Italia and she says that Elisa is also a very talented lace maker who has been attending classes for about six years now.More detail...and don't you love the way she made the jersey?and the little meadow flowers?and the jeans!I just love your work Elisa and thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with all of us JTheir contact details for more information: e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.orgTel/Fax: 0039 (0) 431 878027Website:www.tombolodisegni.it___________________________________________________________________And I have more stunning designs to show you! Embroidered by the talented Sheila Beswick from California… I love the idea of using silk ribbon on canvas backgrounds.Click on the images to enlargeAnd this is the class sample that Sheila will teach. She used the idea of the Rose Gaujard from my Roses book and stitched it onto 18 Mono Count Canvas.Sheila wrote:I just finished stitching the class sample. I changed the flower a bit toaccommodate the canvas ground. Here is the information for the class: “The Silk Rose” as illustrated by Di van Niekerk’s “Roses”. Taught by Sheila Beswick at Auburn Needleworks, California onSeptember 19, 2015 at 10:00 am — 4:00 pm with break for lunch.At: Auburn Needleworks839 Lincoln WayAuburn, CA 95603530.888.0202Cost: $65.00 (non-refundable)Pre-work is required.Level: IntermediateStudent will be given kit and pre-work instruction at sign up. Pre-work consists of stitching a background and stem with two leafs. Student is expected to complete the pre-work before class. Each student will be able to pick the color of rose during class. Usual stitching supplies plus 1 glue stick, and 1 bottle of fray check.If I have left out something please feel free to contact Sheila on her email address: email@example.com I have more to show and tell, and if you would like to receive info as I post, you are welcome to subscribe here. Please be patient as the page loads.Enjoy your Thursday!LoveDi