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Appliqué, Stumpwork & Ribbon Embroidery: 'Rose Arch' - Hampton Court (Code 3173)

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21/10/2017 1 £106.00 Zinaida Kazban sold out
[Course cost: £78.00 - Required kit cost: £28.00 ]

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The Rose Arch design is suitable for all levels and combines various embroidery techniques to create a piece with 3D effect. The students will learn one of the ways of making an appliqué The Rose Arch design is suitable for all levels and combines various embroidery techniques, The students will learn one of the ways of making an applique, they will learn how do a couching technique similar to one used in goldwork embroidery and will make a delicate stumpwork needlelace. The students will also learn how to work with silk ribbon, and will practice the most important stitches in ribbon embroidery. More than ten different stitches and lots of different threads are used to create such a textured embroidery. The students will work with a variety of plain and hand-dyed cotton, silk, and wired threads of different thicknesses to create the raised embroidery.
 

The class kit will include everything you require to complete the project. You may like to bring your own embroidery scissors and you will be able to borrow ring frames, magnifiers and lights (if needed) on the day.
This class will run from 10am-4pm at Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9AU

Appliqué
Appliqué is a technique in which patterns or representational scenes are created by the application of smaller pieces of fabric onto a larger piece of contrasting colour or texture.

Stumpwork (Raised Embroidery)
Stumpwork uses an array of different materials and techniques to create raised and three dimensional elements. Designs can be varied and imaginative, offering scope for a high degree of creativity.


 

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