Make embroidery ornaments in holiday workshop

Make embroidery ornaments in holiday workshop

Materials are included in the class.

The Canvas has a class for those on pins and needles for the holidays.

The Canvas will help folks create holiday decorations with an embroidery ornament workshop from 6-9 p.m. Monday with Rebecca Hsieh that will teach attendees embroidery for future pieces.

Tickets for the workshop cost $40, and all materials will be included. They are available online at canvasarts.org.

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