Course Provider: Tigley Textiles
Contact Name: Julie Brand
Course Length: 6 hours
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Come and spend the day making photographic memories in stitch- shabby chic style. A snippet roll is simply that- a length of fabric that has been embellished with snippets of “stuff”. That stuff could include bits of fabric, lace, buttons, words, embroidered flowers, photos, charms- whatever takes your fancy. Forget the wedding book that spends many a year in amongst all the other books on the shelf- Display your snippet roll with pride! This could be scrunched around an old bobbin and tied with ribbon, or hung from a vintage spoon or old key and treated as a piece of decorative art to adorn your wall. It could be made as a wedding gift, anniversary, birthday or Christening gift. your snippet roll can be as long or as short, and as detailed as you’d like to make it. The day will include stitching on your sewing machine and some slow hand stitching. The photos you bring will be printed onto fabric on the day ready to stitch into.
This is suitable for a complete beginner or the more advanced embroiderer.
Julie has taught for over 30 years and is a total Stitchaholic!
This workshop is held at Julie's garden studio in Birlingham, near Pershore in Worcester (WR10). It runs from 10am until 4.00pm. The nearest train station is Pershore and is a short taxi ride away. Accommodation can also be found there.
What's included in the price?
For this workshop you will be provided with a comprehensive materials list once booked- this will include: a sewing machine, coloured threads, photos, scraps of fabrics and lace, buttons, charms etc. (Or materials will be available to purchase for £12).
Lunch is not provided but drinks and yummy cake are. Please pop your sense of humour in your lunch box. Parking on site.
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