Hand Embroidery : A relaxing morning of stitching
Level: Beginner or above
Class size: 4
Course length: 3 hours
Materials, equipment and tuition are included.
Tuesday 22 March, 10am-1pm
Places limited, booking is essential
To book email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A fun introduction to hand embroidery designed for beginners or those who want a refresher. The aim is to use traditional embroidery techniques in a contemporary way.
Learn simple stitches and how to use them to make something unique to you. This relaxing session is for beginners or those who want to free up their technique.
We will explore a selection of stitches including: running stitch, stem stitch, French and bullion knots and seeding stitch. If there is a particular line or fill that you need we will look at the different stitches. You can use these to create an image which can then be left in a frame or made into a small lavender shape.
There will be an opportunity to look at different fabrics and fibres you can use, with an emphasis on re-using and adapting scraps and other bits and bobs.
You can work on your own design, an idea you have been mulling over or you can work from one of our images. You will learn how to plan and transfer your design onto your base fabric.
You will leave with new ideas and the confidence to create your next embroidery independently.