Embroider a local icon with Lindsay Stitches


Join Lindsay Stitches to turn a local Walyalup/Fremantle or Boorloo/Perth icon into a stitched art piece.

This could featue local architecture, a place of note or even your own home.

In this workshop you'll first sketch your design, create a sampler of different stitch techniques and start on a project of your own. This could be an idea that you've already pre-prepared or something you can concept along with Lindsay during the session. 

If you are feeling undecided, Lindsay will have pre-prepared a number of templates of her favourite local landmarks.

This workshop is to create an art piece, however you are welcome to bring along a t-shirt, jacket, tote bag or item of your choice to embroider onto. If you would like to bring your own item to work with, please ensure it's a sturdy fabric like denim or linen, anything with stretch is not for beginners. 

Each participant will receive an embroidery kit including everything you need to keep going with your new hobby at home.

All tools, materials and light morning tea will be provided. There are no previous skills required, simply bring your authentic self.


  • Time in our warehouse with an incredible local artist
  • Embroidery kit including needles, yarn, and a practice piece to work on and 120mm hoop
  • The beginnings of an art piece 
  • The skills to continue at home
  • Coffee + cake from our cafe

About Lindsay

Lindsay aka Lindsay Stitches is a hand embroidery artist - sometimes in Tasmania, sometimes in Western Australia, never without a tote bag full of needles, threads and scissors. Lindsay is an exhibiting artist, a Frankie Magazine 'Good Stuff' Award Winner and a keen embroidery journal-er, her recent stitched work of local Fremantle shopping icons has afforded her much acclaim and is the inspiration for her Stackwood workshop. 

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 6 attendees in order to run. All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. If you are unable to make your date you are able to send someone else in your place. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Photos by Louise Coghill

Workshops at Stackwood

Meet new people + practice presence while learning a valuable craft or skill.

Curated workshops are held in our beautiful, light-filled hall, and
range from gardening knowhow to pottery, wood carving to cooking. Enjoy learning new — or indeed old — skills, and leave with a lovely object of your own making.