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Introduction to Stumpwork (Part 1)

stumper, embroidery

Tutor Tania Cohen

August 4 2018
Place Curnow Knuckey Hall, Masonic Centre, 3a Moolanda Blvd, Kingsley
Time 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

If you have ever admired a beautiful piece of stumpwork embroidery, but not known where to start, then this is your chance to learn the basics of a wonderfully versatile style of embroidery.

While stitching this gorgeous little flower, you will learn all the techniques necessary to create this Native Australian Iris. Stem stitch leaves, raised and whipped flower stalks, delicate little detached woven picots and needle painting. Most importantly I will be teaching you how to make and attach the wired detached leaf, petals and butterfly wings.


Enrolment

Send a completed enrolment form with the full fee or a non-refundable $20 deposit (by cheque, money order or credit card details), and a business sized stamped self-addressed envelope to:

The Workshop Registrar
The Embroiderers’ Guild of WA (Inc)
PO Box 85
APPLECROSS WA 6953

Click here to download the Workshop Enrolment Form.

Suitable for All skill levels

Cost $100.00 (Members), $170.00 (Non-Members)

Kit $45.00 - Pattern, stitch instructions, and photo. All fabrics required include silk background fabric (35cm x 35cm), homespun backing fabric (35cm x 35cm), and quilters cotton for the stumped elements (all overlocked, with design transferred using Frixion pen, as this disappears on application of heat). Needles and pins required Wire Beads All threads, silk and metallic, needed to complete your design.


Registrations Close June 23 2018
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