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Embroidered Dragonfly

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Join us for a fun morning of embroidery this summer and learn how to stitch yourself a beautiful dragonfly or butterfly!

During the workshop, expert stitcher Katherine Savage will introduce you to a range of fabulous beginner to intermediate hand embroidery stitches. Starting with the easier stitches, you'll build up to the trickier ones as your confidence grows. Stitches covered will include back stitch, whipped back stitch, fly stitch, lazy daisy, couching, stem stitch, picot stitch, satin stitch and French knots.

You'll be given a sewing kit with everything needed to complete your embroidered hoop. The kit includes a booklet of instructions on each of the stitches as well, so that you can continue stitching at home. There'll be a choice of a dragonfly or butterfly design for you to work on.

We'll also provide hot drinks and homemade cake to help creativity!

The class is suitable for both complete beginners and those with a little experience of hand sewing.

This workshop will be taught by talented sewer and experienced teacher Katherine Savage from the Treasure Kave.

Guide Prices

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Ticket£45.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Embroidery for Beginners

Type:Workshop/Course

United Response, Field Lane, Teddington, London, TW119BP

Tel: 07394 820824

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