Kimberbell Designs Too Cute To Spook

On the haunt for some machine embroidery fun? Frankly my dear, you can’t miss this spook-tacular event. Make six exclusive spooky cute event projects to trick out your manor or just treat a friend. Create an adorable monster munch cinch sack, quilted pumpkin candle mat, a zipper pouch any witch would want and a few others. Improve your embroidery skills, learn new techniques, and have a fa-boo-lous time!

This 2-Day VIRTUAL event is open to EVERYONE no matter where you live! We’ll ship you your kit to join in on the learning fun and festivities virtually! $169.00 includes the kit.

Kimberbell Designs Too Cute To Spook

  • Join us for 2 days of embroidery fun!
  • Complete 6 projects!
  • Exclusive savings on Kimberbell trunk show product

    So that you can start stitching right away, you’ll want to plan on having a few supplies ready

    □ embroidery machine (6x10" embroidery area)
    □ embroidery thread
    □ embroidery bobbin thread
    □ stabilizer (tba)
    □ fabric scissors
    □ double-curve applique scissors
    □ water soluble pen
    □ pin cushion
    □ hand-sewing needle and thread
    □ seam ripper

Instructor: Rosemary Castillo-Sartin
Included Accessories
Full Kit with Kimberbell Precut Fabric Included with Full Color Instructions!
Bonus USB Stick with Embroidery Files to Take Home!
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icon Rosemary Castillo-Sartin is an educator for San Antonio, responsible for mastery classes for new owner machine purchases, ScanNCut and various quilting/embroidery project classes. She is a certified Kimberbell Designs Event coordinator and educator.

Rosemary served for 23 years as a United States Air Force musician, performing on clarinet and saxophone throughout the southwestern United States and Europe. Her additional duties included event/concert planning and logistics, travel pay, marketing/publicity, unit comptroller, group leader for several ensembles, supervisor and unit First Sergeant/Personnel Director for over 60 bandsmen. During her service, she received numerous awards, accolades and decorations for her accomplishments. She retired in 2014, receiving a Meritorious Service Medal, first oak leaf cluster.

Rosemary is the owner/operator of Upper 90 Logos & Embroidery, specializing in custom embroidery, heat transfer vinyl design, screenprinting, sublimation, and promotional products. She also is a digitizer and education consultant for several local businesses and designers.

Rosemary has been sewing and quilting since childhood. Her free motion quilting and embroidery skills are displayed in various samples in the San Antonio store.

Rosemary lives in San Antonio with her husband Phil, son John and her schnauzers Laini and Apollo. She is an avid sports fan, cheering for the Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs and Houston Astros. She also enjoys movies, boating and wake boarding.