The Royal School of Needlework teaches bespoke Day Classes at a number of museums and partners around the UK including the V&A and Fashion & Textile museums in London, Fashion Museum in Bath and the D-Day Story in Portsmouth. Each class is inspired by a current exhibition at the museum.
From time to time we teach bespoke hand embroidery classes at the V&A Museum in London.
Bookings are now available for our Swinging Stitches workshop based on the Museum’s Mary Quant exhibition HERE
Fashion & Textile Museum, London
We teach bespoke hand embroidery classes at the Fashion & Textile Museum with special designs inspired by the current exhibition.
On December 4th, Amy Burt will be teaching a one day workshop influenced by the museum’s exhibition Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous. Inspired by Zandra’s unique textile prints and style, Amy has created a motif based on her iconic Cactus design.
RSN Day Classes are held at the Fashion Museum Bath. All day classes include a ticket to the Museum, valid for a month from the date of the class. We have classes running from July through to September.
The Lost Dress of Elizabeth 1: Hampton Court Palace
The discovery of the Bacton Altar Cloth at St Faith’s Church, Bacton, Herefordshire, has excited historians and the textile community alike. It has been painstakingly conserved and will now form the focal point of a new exhibition at Hampton Court Palace ‘The Lost Dress of Elizabeth 1′, opening on 12th October. The Royal School of Needlework has partnered with the Palace to offer three unique and exclusive events to view the exhibition with the Curator and stitch beautiful motifs inspired by the Cloth (spaces are limited).