Always wondered how to make those cutesy fabric flowers?

Join us, you and another gal, for "Just Me and My Gal" Fabric Flower Making Workshop

It's a Saturday afternoon in the middle of a blustery, cold, snowy Pittsburgh winter. What better way to spend it than with a girlfriend, daughter, mom, aunt, neighbor, or another gal you've been meaning to carve out some special time with? Plus, you'll both come away from this 2 hour class with some adorable floral accessories and the knowledge for how to make even more of these fun flowers long after the workshop has come and gone! It's a "2-fer!" 2-fer the price of one! You can't beat that for value!

Cost per pair is $30 for members. $50 for non-members. http://bit.ly/1eOitco

Saturday, February 22, 2014 - 2 to 4 pm at the North Hills Art Center, Babcock Blvd, Ross Twp


Our 2 hour class will be held in the North Hills of Pittsburgh from 2 to 4 pm on Saturday afternoon, February 22, 2014, at the North Hills Art Center in Ross Township on Babcock Blvd. Come early and have lunch at the Ross Park Mall beforehand or stay late for an evening of shopping with a girl friend! Make a day of it! So many options:) But be sure to schedule your day around "Fabric Flower Making" class. You won't be sorry you did, because you'll leave this workshop with a handful of fabric flowers that you can use for brooches, embellishments, bouquet-making, gift wrap enhancement, wreath-making.... The list goes on and on.

Check out some of the samples you'll be making in our workshop!

Guaranteed to be relaxing and fun!

Frequently Asked Questions

No prior experience necessary. You don't have to be a craft expert to participate. Matter of fact, we prefer that you're not! (Your instructor doesn't like to be shown up!!!) We'll be doing some cutting, hand stitching with a needle and thread, and gluing with a hot glue gun, but most girls ages 6 and up can handle the activities, with adult supervision, of course! So c'mon! No excuses. You CAN do this!

All materials will be provided on the day of the class. However, if you have your own fabric scraps that you'd like to use for turning into flowers, you're welcome to bring them along! We won't turn you or them away!

Click the link below to register or visit the North Hills Art Center website to learn more.


Your instructor for this class is Lori Sammartino, owner of Bloom Into Being, LLC and the Re-stARTistry project.