Our What’s next? classes are designed for those with some basic embroidery experience who want to broaden their abilities – perhaps to learn new stitches or techniques or just to try a project that is a little more challenging.
The What’s next? classes are a gentle ‘step up’ from those we offer through our Start Stitching program, which cater for embroidery beginners.
Learning anything new is always a gradual process. One does not master anything overnight, and that includes embroidery. It is about developing some basic skills, and then building on them, bit by bit and to help new stitchers develop at their own pace and in their chosen direction.
So, if you have recently completed one or more Start Stitching classes, or have some basic embroidery skills, our What’s next? classes might be just what you are looking for. Do come along and see!
An iPad cover – Scratching among the Flowers
Sunday 16 February, 2020
9.30 am to 2 pm
(with a lunch break)
On your choice of coloured gingham fabric, this class plays with Chicken Scratch or Gingham embroidery to create flowers in a garden. It could be an iPad cover, a bag or a cushion.
Our What’s Next? classes are designed for new embroiderers looking to take their next few steps with embroidery—to learn ways to apply designs, use stitches in a different style and even just how to start a stitching piece. They will help new embroiderers to progressively expand their skills and prepare them for more advanced or specialised classes.
$45 (members); $55 (non-members)
No kit is included. A requirements list will be supplied and students will need to bring their own fabric, DMC #8 threads, needles and a hoop to the class. The sample uses a 6mm-squared gingham.
These cost $5, payable to the Tutor at the commencement of the class.
Complete the Class Registration Form on the website
Bookings are essential and close on 6 February 2020.
Contact the Class Registrar by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3252 8629.