Hand embroidery is sometimes associated with high-end couture house, but is also a useful method to decorate your house, household items and fashion pieces. One Stitch Matters enables you to use embroidery to put your personal touch to mass production and mass creation.
Hand embroidery is highly versatile00y. It can be used as artwork itself or used as a tool to mend your favourite jumper. Jung first decided to take the hand embroidery course in the royal school of needlework(RSN) after realizing how unsustainable fashion is becoming-the global fashion industry changes at a rapid pace using mass production, leaving vast waste and culture that’s disposed of all too easily. Before graduating from the RSN’s Future Tutors programme with a distinction in 2019, she had previously graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Clothing and Textiles in 1993 and had spent several years working as a fashion trend forecaster, fashion consultant and organic clothing trader. Working with fast-moving fashion was exciting but she also felt guilty knowing that she was contributing to an industry that can be so wasteful and have a harmful impact on the environment.
Jung is passionate about teaching her craft to young people and is currently giving hand embroidery lessons to them online.
Upon graduation from the royal school of needlework, she won the prestigious hand embroidery award from the Hand and Lock Prize embroidery competition with my hand made mirror “Peacock”.
Her Appliqué piece of the Hampton Court Palace was published in the Made in Britain magazine.
Also her silk shading animal piece “ Happy” was featured in a Korean airline inflight magazine, MORNING CALM.
One Stitch Matters provides:
- Hand embroidery service for unique fashion items or interior items.
- Hand embroidery kits for beginners through my website.
- Group teaching in London and royal school of needlework in Hampton court and private teaching. ( zoom teaching is going to be available from September)