Welcome to Embroidery Now

 
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Formal classes start again in March, but there will be an informal stitching afternoon at the Meeting House on Friday 17th February.

They will be between 2 and 5 in the afternoon and I will be asking for £5 to cover the cost of room hire.

Bring along any needlework you want to work on, and enjoy some time with fellow stitchers.

If you are not on our mailing list and you would like to attend,

please contact Embroidery Now so I have an idea of numbers.

 
 
 
 
 
Welcome to “Embroidery Now” classes based at the Quaker Meeting House in Winchester.  We run informal and friendly classes in a variety of hand-embroidery techniques. 
The classes are small (no more than 10 per class) and run between 10:00 and 16:00, so you will get a fair share of the tutor’s time.
 
Unless otherwise stated, all classes are suitable for both beginners and the more experienced embroiderer as our tutors will tailor the teaching according to the needs of each student.
 
Our tutors are all professional embroiderers who also hold a teaching qualification, and the majority have been trained at the Royal School of Needlework


See 2017 Classes for full details of our classes, and INFORMATION for directions and other details.

 

18 MARCH    

ALEX LESTER-MAKIN - Sutton Hoo Roundel         

A design inspired by the ship burial

22 APRIL

LORNA BATEMAN - Silk Ribbon Embroidery

A charming garden to introduce this technique

       20 MAY

JEN GOODWIN - Hedebo

An introduction to this Danish Whitework

17 JUNE

HELEN JONES - Exploring a stitch

Many different approaches to chain stitch

    15 & 29 JULY

          HELEN RICHMAN - Silk shading

    Creating a fox with lovely texture and colour

      16 SEPTEMBER

      KATE BARLOW- Pick n Mix Sweets

      Traditional techniques with a modern twist

21 OCTOBER

    LIZ TAPPER - Beginner's Goldwork

           A choice of two designs in gold threads.

18 NOVEMBER

** TO BE CONFIRMED **

FLO COLLINGWOOD - Mounting

           A class on mounting and framing needlework.

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