Queer Cross-Stitch: Pronoun Pride with delsi (Online)

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Want to let the world know your pronouns through the cute art of cross-stitch?

Or maybe you’d like to learn a new crafty hobby to keep your mind and hands busy during lockdown.

Maybe you’re just keen to hang out with a bunch of like minded queers, while we do something cute and chill.

Come and have a relaxing evening with delsi – while we make a beautiful piece of cross-stitch art.

delsi will take you through step by step how to design and create your own piece of pronoun art – that you can adorn your home, place in front of you on every Zoom call or gift to a pal!

You will design and create your own piece of pronoun art so you can write your pronouns exactly as you would like them.

What will we cover?

This is a fun hands on class where you’ll create your own piece of pronoun art.

You’ll explore:

  • The history of the art form
  • The power of pronouns 
  • How to design your own cross-stitch
  • Cross-stitch techniques and tips

What will I need?

You can grab your supplies via click and collect from Spotlight, lincraft and even Daiso.

What you will need:

  • An embroidery needle
  • A piece of Aida
  • Embroidery threads (any colours you would like)
  • Embroidery Hoop (this is optional as this is a small design you won’t need one)


  • Closed Captions
  • Discounted Early Bird tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreter upon Request 

    Who will be Teaching? 

    delsi (she/her) is a proud queer femme lady who loves nothing more than snuggling with her cat whilst making cute cross-stitch.

    delsi is an ex-highschool teacher turned LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Trainer, Director of Unicorns, Marriage Celebrant and Manager at Laneway Learning.

    She also loves the colour pink, eco-gitter, and reality TV dating shows.

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    Image delsi’s own art

    Any questions or other accessibility requests? Shoot an email to delsi at