Learn together button flower garden stitchscapes

children embroidery workshop

This workshop is for an adult and child (8 years and over) to create and stitch their very own beautiful felt and button flower garden! An ideal workshop for beginners to start to feel comfortable with a few basic hand embroidery stitches, this is a great way to create a colourful everlasting garden that could be given as a gift or kept as a memory.

Also provided will be templates and a written guide with diagrams to help you carry on your stitching practice at home if needs be.

Please note price is for two people (one adult and one child)

Cost

£58.00

Date

25 Oct 2021
Expired!

Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

What you will need

All materials are provided (12cm wooden embroidery hoop, backing fabric, felt, buttons, ric-rac and embroidery threads) but do bring sewing tools you are comfortable with, ie: needles, threads and fabric/embroidery scissors if you have them.

 

Also provided will be templates and a written guide with diagrams to help you carry on your stitching practice at home if needs be.

Covid precautions

Whilst we continue to live with Covid where at all possible please bring your own sewing machine and sewing kit. Resources are available on-site if necessary. Please view our Covid-19 page for the latest guidance.

Refreshments

Drinks and biscuits will be available but we recommend that you bring a packed lunch with you.

Photography

During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.

Beth Power

Tutor

Beth Power

Beth is an embroidery and textile artist from East Sussex who has always loved creating, sewing and playing with (or hoarding!) beautiful fabrics. Since completing a degree in Mixed Media Textiles at De Montfort University, Leicester, she has developed her own distinctive style of embroidery art using pre-printed or coloured fabrics to build up landscapes (affectionately known as Stitchscapes) which are then highly embellished with multiple forms of hand embroidery. With a free-style approach and a no-right-or-wrong attitude, her art pieces are becoming more textured and three-dimensional, with an eye for colour and patient attention to detail in every one. What started as a hobby has now turned into a flourishing embroidery business, Dotty Textiles.

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