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BRM009 Advanced Jacobean Crewelwork

Tutor
Friday 07/02/2020
Sunday 09/02/2020
10:00am - 16:00pm each day
Address
17c Vyse Street, Birmingham B18 6LE, UK   View map

£296.00 (*Price includes the cost of £56.00 for the required kit)

 

Watch Helen McCook introduce the Advanced Jacobean Crewelwork course at RSN Birmingham:
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This class is designed to help you explore the beautiful art of traditional Jacobean Crewelwork more fully than in beginner or intermediate sessions to help you gain skills, understanding and to improve your technical ability in this subject.

Stitches include; Long & Short, Whipped wheels, French Knots, Trellis, Herringbone and others.

The class kit will include everything you require to complete the project. You may like to bring your own embroidery scissors and you will be able to borrow ring frames, magnifiers and lights (if needed) on the day.

The class will run at The Traditional Textiles School, 17c Vyse Street, The Jewellery Quarter, Hockley, Birmingham. B18 6LE

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Description

 

Watch Helen McCook introduce the Advanced Jacobean Crewelwork course at RSN Birmingham:
Play Video

This class is designed to help you explore the beautiful art of traditional Jacobean Crewelwork more fully than in beginner or intermediate sessions to help you gain skills, understanding and to improve your technical ability in this subject.

Stitches include; Long & Short, Whipped wheels, French Knots, Trellis, Herringbone and others.

The class kit will include everything you require to complete the project. You may like to bring your own embroidery scissors and you will be able to borrow ring frames, magnifiers and lights (if needed) on the day.

The class will run at The Traditional Textiles School, 17c Vyse Street, The Jewellery Quarter, Hockley, Birmingham. B18 6LE

Click here for Joining Instructions

Additional information

Duration

3 Day

Level

Advanced

Location

Birmingham

Technique

Crewelwork