Join us for a week of creativity.  Our residence is a 

magnificent 500-year-old palazzo in Umbria, Italy.

This ancient home is located right in the village of San Gemini.

 

Learn Japanese quilting and Sashiko embroidery.  We will share our knowledge of the

Japanese traditions using beautiful materials and wasting nothing. 

Choose to focus on piecing or slow stitching.

Berri will take you through the steps of piecing Kimono silk and cotton to

make a Japanese offering bag.

Kimberly will teach the art of Sashiko- a form of stitching

used as decorative reinforcement and functional embroidery.  

The local coffee shop is the center of the community and the

gelateria is a perfect spot for a quick treat during a break.

Daniella, our personal chef, will prepare amazing five-course dinners. 

There is an option to take a cooking class in the home of

Lorena Autori, a world-known chef located right in San Gemini.

An excursion to Orvieto is included in the agenda for some shopping and

inspiration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•April 25- May 2, 2020

$2200.00 per person/double occupancy (limited spaces at this rate)

$2500.00 per person/single occupancy 

$1200.00 Per person sharing your room

   (includes meals, not workshop)

$65.00 materials fee

$75.00 extra to add the Cooking Class with

   Lorena Autori in San Gemini

                           •7 nights accommodation at the

                            Palazzo in San Gemini, Tuscany

                           •Plenty of dedicated space to work.

                           •Airport pickup/ drop off at a

                            predetermined designated time in Rome

                           •5 days of workshops and planned outings                                                                         

•All Breakfasts and dinners, prepared by a local

chef, included except one dinner (chef's night off!).

•Space limited to 9 participants

•To secure a spot, a $500.00 non-refundable deposit is

due with registration.

•This price does not include airfare, one dinner or

personal outings.

 

Important Note- San Gemini is hilly.  There are many

flights of steps to climb to access the bedrooms

in the house and to return from the town after trips

to the Gelateria!