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Intro to Embroidery (Session III) - Summer 2018

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Intro to Embroidery (Session III) - Summer 2018

70.00

This small-group class is for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of embroidery and those wishing to brush up on this form of illustrative, portable, and meditative handwork. We’ll cover transferring patterns three ways, essential outline stitches, troubleshooting tips & tricks, as well as a take-home resource guide featuring helpful information on fabric, tools, and supply sources. With group and individual guidance from the instructor, you’ll learn running, back, split, stem, and chain stitch (+one chain stitch variation).

This class meets Saturday August 25th
1-3pm
Ponyride (1401 Vermont)

This class is taught by Kate Herron Gendreau, the woman behind KHG Arts—specializing in textile arts, education, and care through instruction, pattern design, writing, and connecting makers to museum collections. She’s been stitching since she was young and focuses on hand embroidery and quilting. Kate graduated from Hope College with a double major in art and art history and holds a masters degree in museum studies from Harvard University.

www.khgarts.com

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