Felting and Embroidery with Jackie Cardy in Brindle, Lancashire


Duration: 2 days

Price: £100

Run by: Jackie Cardy
at Jackie Cardy

+447799817750

Brindle Community Hall
Water St,
Brindle,
Chorley PR6 8NH
Lancashire
PR6 8PU

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About the Course

This course covers all the skills you need to produce a wet felted embroidered piece. The first day will cover felt making from basic felt to the use of pre-felts to create a painterly felt back ground for stitching.
On the second day you will be shown how to stitch on the felt with sewing machines and then to add hand stitching to enhance the piece, and you will be well on your way to creating a beautiful piece of embroidery to enjoy finishing at your leisure.
A demonstration of stretching and advice on mounting will be covered briefly.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

All the equipment and materials for the first day will be provided, but bring a pair of sharp scissors,and an old towel. On the second day you will need a sewing machine and threads and basic sewing kit of your own.
Tea and coffee and biscuits will be provided. Bring your own lunch.
There is a pub very nearby which does food, not open every day, but no shops.


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Loved this course. Jackie was brilliant. Amusing delivery made learning such fun and everyone, even those with little or no experience produced at least one piece of work of which to be proud.

- - #6527

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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.


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