April 18 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Elizabethan embroidery, as we know it today, is predominantly a decorative style of embroidery, which employs the extravagant use of colour, beads, metallic threads and a variety of stiches. It is worked entirely on the fabric surface and is rich, textural and exuberant.
In this class we will be stitching a flower. Stitches covered will include detached buttonhole and how to keep it straight and even, padding, changing the colour of petals and heavy chain stem. Time permitting, how to stitch a leaf will be covered.Tutor
$60 for members; $80 for non-members
There is no kit provided for this class. A list of class requirements will be forwarded to students upon enrolment.
Class registration and enquiries
Bookings are essential, with a booking cut-off date of April 11, 2020. Please complete the Class Registration Form on the website.
For more information, contact the Class Registrar by phoning 3252 8629 or emailing email@example.com