October 24 @ 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.
$60 members $80 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 14 October 2020. Please complete the Class Registration Form on the website.
For more information, contact the Class Registrar by phoning 3252 8629 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the restrictions and safety measures which have been put in place due to the COVID–19 restrictions will also be necessary during class sessions. Participants will need to follow social distancing and this will have some impact on the type of demonstrating and support the tutors will be giving. More information will be given to participants closer to the date of the class.
GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS MAY FORCE THE CANCELLATION OR RESCHEDULING OF CLASSES. IF THIS OCCURS, REFUNDS WILL BE ARRANGED.