6 Needlework Tutors Found Near Pittsburgh, PA



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Beverly T.

Needlework Tutor

Petrolia, PA 16050

Will travel 15 miles

$15 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Early education K-6

I do embroidery on a regular bases and love working on different projects. Right now I am working on a pillow case with flowers, butterflies, ladybugs, and leaves. I have done a lot of cross stitching too. French knots, straight stitch, and full fill is some of the stitches that I can do on a regular bases. Hello, let me introduce myself, my name is Bev T. and I live in the Petrolia area. I am a teacher of Early childhood education and currently working on a MA is special education with a major focus on disable disorders. Currently I have worked with Autism, Downs, Hearing impaired and Vocal i [more]


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Jennifer B.

Needlework Tutor

Bethel Park, PA 15102

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Over 35 years experience

I have been stitching for over 35 years. I know how to create traditional pieces but also how to use kits. In addition, I have charted several of my own works and created unique artwork for gifts. I have been cross-stitching since I was a teenager. I love it because it's relaxing and I have a beautiful piece of art when I'm done. I want to share this with others and show my techniques that I've learned. I have made several pieces that make unique and treasured gifts. I have made dozens of works. I have experience and the finished product to prove my skills. This is a hobby that ca [more]


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Devon H.

Needlework Tutor

Huntington, WV 25705

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

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Elementary Education and Special Needs Devon

I began crosstitching and needlework in 8th grade home economics class. I have continued needlework since middle school. I have completed several completed works, given them as gifts and sold a few for profit. I have taught a few of my friends in college how to needlepoint. My name is Devon. I graduated from Marshall University with a Bachelor's in Elementary Education. Since I graduated I have spent one year substituting, and then have been employed in Lincoln County for the past five years. I have taught kindergarten, fourth and fifth grades. I have also worked closely with special needs stu [more]


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Isha I.

Needlework Tutor

Oakton, VA 22124

Will travel 0 miles

$25 per hour.

4.93 14 ratings

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A methodic Hindi language teacher with passion for Languages!

I have been doing needle work for My Own house decoration! Can teach basic embroidery and needle work! I am a trained Hindi language teacher. A native speaker from India with Post Graduate degree in Hindi Literature. I have been teaching Hindi language to non-Hindi speakers over the last 10 Years from corporates, home-makers and children's. I usually customised to each student lesson based on their learning ability, level of understanding and commitment of time. My primary objective is to help establish fundamentals of the language which include grammar and pronunciation. The method of teachin [more]


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Alex P.

Needlework Tutor

Carlisle, PA 17013

Will travel 40 miles

$25 per hour.

4.55 38 ratings

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CRLA Certified Tutor

I have been completing needlework for over 20 years, with an emphasis in counted cross stitch. I have tutored college ESL students in English comprehension and literature classes. I am familiar with both APA and MBA formats for reports and papers. I am knowledgeable in general history, government and political science, and I use Word and Exel on a regular basis. I also recently earned my Bachelor's of Science with an emphasis in Human Resources. I let my students find the information that they need for themselves. I believe that if a student isn't pushed to find the answers for thems... [more]


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Avril C.

Needlework Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Private Flute Instructor

I have been knitting crocheting voraciously since 2005, though my start in the fiber arts began at a very early age. As a child, I lived on a farm in Montana, and my parents had a wool business. We raised our own sheep and angora rabbits there. My mom was active in the fiber arts community there, and it was from her that I learned to spin and weave when I was 6 or 7 years old. After some time away from that, I taught myself to knit from books as an adult and began attending group knitting nights to become involved with other knitters. I have created many projects and have also taught many of m [more]