• Chris Shirer
  • 1-1/2 Hours
  • Weekdays & Weekends
  • $35

Who loves Mom but is afraid to get a tattoo? Well, a cross stitch tattoo heart celebrating Mom is the next best thing!  We’ll knock out a cross stitch version of this vintage tattoo with a pre-printed design on canvas. Perfect for cross stitch beginners looking to understand the basics of working with embroidery floss and needle.

We can customize with additional words around the tattoo for a minor uncharge. An easy way to learn cross stitch and make something fun for the woman who brought you to the party. Great for family together time!

We’ll provide everything you need including hoop, embroidery floss colors of your choice, needle and threader. We’ll also provide sanitized embroidery scissors you can use during class and purchase for $10 if you like them.

Complete the form below to request this Private Class for a minimum of two people. If it’s just you, we’re happy to receive an Open Class Request to kick off a class others can join with you.

Mask Policy and Wellness Precautions for this Class
UPDATED August 25, 2020

We adhere to the State of Ohio Department of Health guidelines requiring face coverings in public places. Mask-wearing during classes is required for class attendees. Our team has been wearing masks when teaching and will continue to do so. 

If you are experiencing symptoms of any contagious illness (not just COVID-19), we ask that you request transfer of your class registration to a future class. We’re happy to honor rebooking for a later date.

Our Wellness Precautions: We are easily able to provide lots of distancing between students for this class, are sanitizing the space and tools between guests, and have a medical grade HEPA air filtration machine in place.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at the shop: (740) 901-3041.

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