This is an extended, 3 day class.
June 1, 2, and 8 from 12-2.
Hand stitching is a timeless craft that has been used across many cultures for quite some time. Every stitch is inherently unique, and no two pieces will ever look alike, creating limitless opportunities for gorgeous, one of a kind works of art.
During this 3 session workshop you’ll explore the slow hand stitching process. In the first session, students will learn the most common stitches used in hand embroidery.
These stitches will then be used to create your own unique project, which can be framed, made into a piece of wall art, a tea towel, or left in the embroidery hoop as it’s own piece of art. Students will leave with the confidence to choose the best stitches to use for any future embroidery project, as well as printouts for reference, and knowledge of design transfers.
No experience required. All supplies will be provided.
Instructor Kim Mowers is primarily a machine sewist, and has been stitching, designing and sewing professionally for 15 years.