Beginner’s Embroidery Workshop
Sunday 8th March | 9.30am to 12.30pm
Join us for a relaxing morning learning the basics of embroidery – perfect for absolute beginners.
Our expert tutor Michaela will guide you through step by step teaching traditional stitches and techniques. This great introductory workshop will open your eyes to the possibilities and uses of embroidery to personalise and showcase your newly creative skill. Spend a morning relaxing and enjoy trying something new.
The embroidery is a deceptively simple floral design, based loosely on a Scabious. You will learn how to do back stitch, stem stitch, French knots and some free-form stitching. All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have mastered the basics, been inspired and have completed your first embroidered picture, similar to the image above.
Perfect for beginners or people with experience who would like to spend time with like-minded people.
Outline of morning
9.30 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.
Introduction to materials and tools.
Select colours and learn the stitches
10.45 am Refreshments
Continue where you left off
12.30 pm Finish and depart
You will finish your session having completed a lovely embroidered image perfect to expand on, frame as a picture or use to add embellishment to another item, such as a bag, cushion or jacket.
Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.
About Michaela Bere
Michaela is an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswoman whose philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you imagine’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding, she is drawn to hand work, using few tools.
A Fashion Design Graduate, Michaela now favours hand stitching over machine to make embroidered jewellery, hand-bound books and embroidered sketches, which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft, Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch clubs in Lincoln.
To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8. For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, email@example.com or 01949 81393. For frequently asked questions about our workshops visit our FAQ page – click here