6 Needlework Tutors Found Near Evansville, IN



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Karen S.

Needlework Tutor

Nashville, TN 37221

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.96 414 ratings

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Math and Economics Tutor with prior college teaching experience

I have been cross stitching for over 15 years. I am currently working on a 3' by 2' project which contains over 100 colors. I have taught multiple friends and colleagues how to complete small, simple projects to give as gifts at Christmastime. I am a Vanderbilt University college graduate with a Master's degree in Economics, a Certificate in College Teaching, and over 6 years of tutoring experience in math, economics, and statistics. I have tutored students from 6th grade through adult learners returning to college. I absolutely love the one on one aspect of tutoring. Having taught Intermediat [more]


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Rebecca M.

Needlework Tutor

Franklin, TN 37064

Will travel 18 miles

$45 per hour.

4.96 342 ratings

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Biology tutor for college and high school

I have been doing counted cross stitch embroidery for about 20 years. I also taught myself how to crochet and I make everything from hats and mittens to amigurumis (crocheted stuffed animals). I can teach you both basic and advanced stitches, give you tips on counting stitches and rows, and teach you to read several different types of crochet patterns. I also have knowledge of different types of yarns. I love teaching science because I absolutely love science, especially biology. I think it's the coolest thing ever, and if you asked my students they would say my enthusiasm is contagious! I [more]


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Robin L.

Needlework Tutor

Normal, IL 61761

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.92 501 ratings

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Patient and Experienced ESL Tutor

I have been knitting and crocheting for over 40 years. I learned the basics from my grandmother at age 8 and have since studied different techniques. I have made and given blankets, baby clothing, and sweaters to friends and relatives for many years. I have also sold a number of winter hat and scarf sets online. I am a patient teacher and would love to share the ability to create beautiful and practical items with anyone who wants to learn. I love teaching English as a Second Language! If you would like to improve your ability to speak, read, understand, and write in English, I can defi [more]



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Jan R.

Needlework Tutor

Mount Vernon, KY 40456

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Professional Seamstress

I have over 30 years of experience in fabricating garments, and home decor pieces. My studies have been largely informal, but include working as an apprentice to a tailor. I have created and sold several wedding dresses, and currently fabricate works for interior designers who pay for my services by project. I am a professional seamstress with over 30 years of experience. I have taught children and adults, focused mainly on sewing skills. I love to see the sense of accomplishment when a student learns a new skill. My background is in fabrication of garments, and home decor. I have ove [more]


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Linda C.

Needlework Tutor

Kingston, TN 37763

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.86 14 ratings

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High School English Teacher with Ten Years Teaching Experience

I am available to teach beginner to intermediate knitting lessons. I have been knitting for 11 years, and am skilled in garment construction and several specialty skills such as colorwork and cabling. I began my teaching career in 2007 at West High School in Knoxville, TN. In 2010 I moved back home to Kingston, TN, and I have been teaching at Roane County High School since then. The best part of teaching for me is helping students gain confidence and knowledge. I have experience tutoring in a one-on-one setting as well. Recently, I volunteered for several years teaching English as a Second [more]


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Grace F.

Needlework Tutor

Indianapolis, IN 46254

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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A mathematician and a physicist

Needlework, as defined by "any form of decorative stitching done by hand" seems to be too broad, but there really is not a better way to define it. I have been learning all through my life about the different techniques and find that there is always something new to learn. Included will be all variations of stitchery: stamped embroidery, counted thread stitching, and canvas work, including needlepoint. Discussion might cover different kinds of canvases and fabric grounds, flosses, needles and other supplies, pattern design, marking, and finishing etc. [more]