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Master Teacher Program
The goal of the Master Teacher Program is to produce quality instructors in the art of needlepoint. Multiple opportunities to design and create new needlepoint project classes are a part of the curriculum. Candidates are able to develop their design skills and become comfortable in sharing their knowledge and love of needlework with students in a classroom situation as they progress through the program. Throughout the three levels of the program, the candidate has the guidance of a proctor who has completed the program and is a Master Teacher. The three program levels are Journeyman, Fellow, and Master Teacher.
 
In order to be considered for acceptance into the program, a questionnaire and detailed application must be completed and submitted. Upon acceptance into MTP, the candidate must maintain membership in ANG, with dues current, throughout the entire program. Attendance at ANG Seminars is strongly encouraged with mandatory participation in MTP meetings at Seminar. Each year, the candidate must submit a piece of needlework (judged or non-judged) for the ANG Seminar Exhibit. Upon completion of each level, the candidate is expected to enroll in the next level within a specified time.
 
Those candidates not certified through another recognized needlework organization will enter at the Journeyman Level. Teachers who have received certification in canvaswork from other embroidery organizations will enter the Master Teacher Program at the Professional Fellow Level. In order to demonstrate a working knowledge in this subject area, it is required that the candidate complete the Color and Design Unit of the Journeyman Level.

There is an optional fourth level, the Senior Master Level, which entails an educational research project of the candidate’s choice. Upon conclusion of this optional level, the Master Teacher will receive the credentials of and henceforth be known as a Senior Master Teacher. For questions or information, please contact MasterTeacherProgram@needlepoint.org.

Master and Senior Master Teachers

Sandra Arthur Sr. Master    duodesignsinc@yahoo.com
Becky Breshears Sr. Master bbresh4220@gmail.com
Mary K. Campbell Sr. Master mickle-mod@cox.net
Terry Dryden Master terry@terrydryden.com
Janet Mitchell Fishel  Sr. Master JMFDesigns@verizon.net
Carlene Harwick  Sr. Master charwick@charter.net
Cara Hayes  Master chayesmd@yahoo.com
Susan Hoekstra  Sr. Master susan@foxview.com
Patricia Mazu  Sr. Master pmazu@aol.com
Diana Morrison  Master dianaco@cogeco.ca
Donna Neilson  Master dfneilson@aol.com
Sandra Maag Reddell  Sr. Master longhorn@cvtx.com
Susan Reed  Sr. Master suereed10@aol.com
Michele Roberts Sr. Master michele-roberts@sbcglobal.net
Pat Rusch  Sr. Master ruschpat@gmail.com
Joni Stevenson  Sr. Master joni@jonisdesigns.com
Joan Thomasson Master joan@joanthomasson.com
 
 
 

 Original design by Carlene Harwick as part of her Master level research in silk and metal threads

Master Teacher Certification Pins

Our Mission

ANG is an educational, non-profit organization whose purpose is educational and cultural development through participation in and encouragement of interest in the art of needlepoint. ANG defines needlepoint as any counted or free stitchery worked by hand with a threaded needle on a readily countable ground.

Contact

ANG, Inc.
1120 Route 73, Ste 200, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054-5113
P: 856.380.6911 F: 856.439.0525      E:ANG@needlepoint.org