I invite you to watch the replay below, and then follow up with the information included below the video.
In more recent years, you can see Janice's beautiful work published on Stitching Sewcial, the official Brother blog. Her projects span a wide the range of items, including children's wear, home decor, and stunning gift projects, with each project chock full of tips and detailed instructions.
Many of the projects highlighted during the live show are from the Brother blog. I've included some specific photos from the show with links for you below. Simply click the image to go to each project page and see Janice's projects with complete instructions.
Here is the link for her personal blog:
Fellow Brother blogger and sewing educator extraordinaire, Janice Ferguson earned her undergraduate degree in English from Northern Illinois and master’s degree in special education from Stetson University. After a few years of teaching, she became a stay-at-home mom, raising her children, focusing on needlework, tending a vegetable garden, a back yard citrus grove, a flock of poultry, a rascally horse and milk goats.
Janice is passionate needlework enthusiast who has written extensively for such publications as Sew Beautiful and Creative Needle, her creations have been featured on a variety of television shows including PBS’ Martha’s Sewing Room. Having taught machine embroidery, heirloom sewing, quilting and English smocking around the United States, Puerto Rico, and Australia, she creates unique needlework projects with an emphasis on high-quality fibers, relying on her strong educational background in heirloom sewing techniques.