Create A Custom Clutch Purse During Our Live Webinar

Our latest sewing webinar is now available in the Interweave Store! Join us for Surface Embroidery Techniques: Add sewing embellishments to clutch purses, and learn how to create a custom purse in no time.

During this live webinar, sewing expert Robert Haven will guide you through how to create a custom clutch purse with delicate embellishments with just a few supplies. You'll learn how to create a purse that you can design, create, embellish, and use — all in the same day!


Robert will show you:

  • What materials you'll need to get started
  • The steps for designing a clutch purse 
  • How to embellish with sequins, beads, feathers, and more

During this seminar, you'll be able to interact with Robert, live, during the webinar on
 Wednesday, July 10, 2013, 5:30 p.m. ET so you can ask him all of your questions along the way.

If you're not able to attend the webinar during the live event or if you have to leave early, not to worry. With your purchase, you will automatically receive:

  • A recording of the seminar that you can download and watch again and again
  • A bonus coupon to save 25% off of the Stitch 2012 CD or digital Collection and our Pretty Petals Clutch by Rebeka Lambert in the Interweave Store

Sign up today and start creating custom purses for any occasion!

More about Robert: Robert Haven is a well known tambour beading instructor in the United States who is certified by Lesage, the famed embroidery atelier in Paris. He has also earned a certificate in Hand Embroidery  from the Royal School of Needlework. Robert’s work has been showcased at the 2007 Montana World of WearableArt Awards Show in New Zealand as well as in numerous embroidery exhibitions in the US and England. A retired professor of costume technology at the University of Kentucky his theatrical career included creating costumes for the University of Michigan, University of Illinois as well as at the Old Globe theater and The Gutherie. His work runs the gamut from 1/12 scale miniature embroideries and needlework through  full scale period costumes and upholstered furniture. He regularly teaches master classes in tambour beading in his Kentucky studio as well as  at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Ryerson University in Toronto, Lacis in Berkley CA, and internationally in Mexico City, and at the Royal School of Needlework in London.

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