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Technical Tuesdays: An Introduction to Crewelwork Stitches — Term One, Term Two & Term Three Bundle (with Jacqui MacDonald, Evening)

£855.00

SKU: TT21-T1T2T3-JME Category: Tags: , , ,

Save £90 when you pre-book Technical Tuesdays Terms One, Two and Three all together with this bundle offer! Alternatively, save £30 by pre-booking just Terms One and Two together. Or book Term One only.

Please note that if you book on this page you are booking the Term One, Term Two and Term Three Bundle for the EVENING sessions. For the daytime sessions please click here.

Please note that this is an online class, taken from home. Please click here to view important joining information about online classes.

Classes run on ten consecutive Tuesdays per term  at 7:30pm-9:30pm (19:30-21:30) UK local time. Term One runs from  21 September to 30 November 2021 (excluding 26 October), Term Two runs from 18 January 2022 to 29 March 2022 (excluding 22 February), and Term Three runs from 26 April 2022 to 5 July 2022 (excluding 31 May).

Join Jacqui McDonald, RSN tutor and the author of the RSN Essential Stitch Guide to Crewelwork, as she introduces you to all the major Crewelwork stitches. Crewelwork is a traditional form of surface embroidery worked on linen using a two-ply Crewel wool giving the name Crewelwork. Also sometimes referred to as Jacobean, it rose to the height of fashion during the reign of King James I — the British Jacobean period — and most examples are stitched in the Jacobean style with bold and exotic stylised foliage, insects and animals.

The course is aimed at the beginner embroiderer and runs over three terms (of ten weeks each). Fees are termly and decrease with each term you take if you pre-book: £345 first term (including kit), £270 second term and £240 third term. You do not need to attend all three terms. Any spaces not taken up in terms two and three will be made available to new people at a cost of £345 per term (including kit).

Jacqui will meet you online between 7.30pm and 9.30pm UK time to introduce you to a different stitch each week. She will show you how to produce and perfect each stitch before showing you variations on how you might later use that stitch within a design. Each week as we delve into each stitch, you will also be able to have an exciting peek into the beautiful RSN collection of historic embroidery pieces to see different examples of that weeks stitch and how other embroiderers have interpreted that stitch within past designs.

Requirements
A kit is included which contains all the materials you will need. You will also need a 24" slate frame or a 24" hand rotating frame either of which can be purchased via the RSN Shop.

If you don't already have the following, you will also need: embroidery scissors, a tape measure, glass headed pins, a small ruler, and a fine-tip water erasable pen.

The Course
The course will be open to just 15 students, so during the two hours online Jacqui will be on hand whilst you practice your technique on your own sampler.

By the end of each term you should have a sampler of 10 stitches and their variations, if you complete all three terms, by the end of the course you should have your own sampler of over 30 stitches and their variations. This will be a great resource for further development as well as an ornate piece to treasure.

September - November 2021
The first term will ease you in gently by introducing you to the most basic stitches.
January - March 2022
In the second term we will move onto more complex stitches
April - July 2022
In the third term we will seek to perfect those exacting stitches that require more precision.

Attendees outside the UK
This class will run from 7:30pm to 9:30pm (19:30 to 21:30 hours) UK local time on each day. If you are outside of the UK please check your local time, particularly if your location changes to/from Daylight Savings Time on a different schedule to the UK during October/November and March/April. To check and convert times please visit TimeAndDate.com. We cannot be held responsible for incorrect time attendance. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Term One

Out of stock

Term Two

4 in stock

Term Three

7 in stock

Insufficient stock

SKU: TT21-T1T2T3-JME Category: Tags: , , ,

Description

Save £90 when you pre-book Technical Tuesdays Terms One, Two and Three all together with this bundle offer! Alternatively, save £30 by pre-booking just Terms One and Two together. Or book Term One only.

Please note that if you book on this page you are booking the Term One, Term Two and Term Three Bundle for the EVENING sessions. For the daytime sessions please click here.

Please note that this is an online class, taken from home. Please click here to view important joining information about online classes.

Classes run on ten consecutive Tuesdays per term  at 7:30pm-9:30pm (19:30-21:30) UK local time. Term One runs from  21 September to 30 November 2021 (excluding 26 October), Term Two runs from 18 January 2022 to 29 March 2022 (excluding 22 February), and Term Three runs from 26 April 2022 to 5 July 2022 (excluding 31 May).

Join Jacqui McDonald, RSN tutor and the author of the RSN Essential Stitch Guide to Crewelwork, as she introduces you to all the major Crewelwork stitches. Crewelwork is a traditional form of surface embroidery worked on linen using a two-ply Crewel wool giving the name Crewelwork. Also sometimes referred to as Jacobean, it rose to the height of fashion during the reign of King James I — the British Jacobean period — and most examples are stitched in the Jacobean style with bold and exotic stylised foliage, insects and animals.

The course is aimed at the beginner embroiderer and runs over three terms (of ten weeks each). Fees are termly and decrease with each term you take if you pre-book: £345 first term (including kit), £270 second term and £240 third term. You do not need to attend all three terms. Any spaces not taken up in terms two and three will be made available to new people at a cost of £345 per term (including kit).

Jacqui will meet you online between 7.30pm and 9.30pm UK time to introduce you to a different stitch each week. She will show you how to produce and perfect each stitch before showing you variations on how you might later use that stitch within a design. Each week as we delve into each stitch, you will also be able to have an exciting peek into the beautiful RSN collection of historic embroidery pieces to see different examples of that weeks stitch and how other embroiderers have interpreted that stitch within past designs.

Requirements
A kit is included which contains all the materials you will need. You will also need a 24″ slate frame or a 24″ hand rotating frame either of which can be purchased via the RSN Shop.

If you don’t already have the following, you will also need: embroidery scissors, a tape measure, glass headed pins, a small ruler, and a fine-tip water erasable pen.

The Course
The course will be open to just 15 students, so during the two hours online Jacqui will be on hand whilst you practice your technique on your own sampler.

By the end of each term you should have a sampler of 10 stitches and their variations, if you complete all three terms, by the end of the course you should have your own sampler of over 30 stitches and their variations. This will be a great resource for further development as well as an ornate piece to treasure.

September – November 2021
The first term will ease you in gently by introducing you to the most basic stitches.
January – March 2022
In the second term we will move onto more complex stitches
April – July 2022
In the third term we will seek to perfect those exacting stitches that require more precision.

Attendees outside the UK
This class will run from 7:30pm to 9:30pm (19:30 to 21:30 hours) UK local time on each day. If you are outside of the UK please check your local time, particularly if your location changes to/from Daylight Savings Time on a different schedule to the UK during October/November and March/April. To check and convert times please visit TimeAndDate.com. We cannot be held responsible for incorrect time attendance. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Additional information

Term One

Technique

Crewelwork

Level

Mixed Ability