Mini hoop embroidery

mini hoop embroidery workshop
Create a sweet posy of hand embroidered flowers in this new workshop from Beth Power. Framed in a miniature craft hoop, they can be turned into magnets, brooches or pendants/hanging decorations. 
Hand embroidery is therapeutic, methodical and relaxing so treat yourself to a few hours learning some new, simple stitches with a big impact, playing with colour combinations and practicing your technique. 




02 Mar 2024


10:00 am - 1:00 pm

What will we cover?

During the session we will make a mini hoop (only a few centimetres across), with a choice of shapes and sizes on the day. They are super cute and can be easily made into a variety of different things which would make a wonderful gift or keepsake. 

How will I be taught?

Suitable for all skill levels.

Do I need any previous experience or skills?

Are materials provided? Is there anything I need to source myself?

We will be provide:
mini wooden craft hoop, all fabrics, embroidery and sewing threads and felt. A larger hoop will be loaned for stitching in for the duration of the workshop. Choose from a magnet, butterfly brooch back or metal loop to turn your finished piece into a decorative magnet, brooch or pendant. 
You need to bring:
Sewing tools you are comfortable with, ie: needles, needle threader, small embroidery/fabric scissors, magnifier. 

What will I take home with me?

A mini embroidered piece that can be used as a brooch pendant or magnet.


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


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
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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