This workshop is designed to introduce a 3D hand embroidery for a beginner /novice stitchery. This hand embroidery technique is called stump work hand embroidery and you will learn how to make a wearable pin from the fabric and flower wire with a diy pin.
Students will be guided from the basic buttonhole stitch technique and will learn how to use wire to make non fraying edge to make a pin step by step in 3.5 hours workshop.
You may not be able to finish making a piece during workshop, but will be shown all process during the workshop to help you finish at your pace with a detailed instruction booklet and a short video guide.
All materials are included in the tuition fee and scissors can be borrowed during the workshop. but if you have a small scissors, please bring with you.
About you: Jung Byun is a artist/hand embroidery tutor at royal school of needlework. she graduated from the RSN’s Future Tutors programme with distinction in 2019, Jung had previously graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Clothing and Textiles in 1993 and spent several years working as a fashion trend forecaster, fashion reporter and organic clothing trader. Being a passionate art lover and quilter, Jung decided to develop her interests further and embark on a second career as a teacher of Hand Embroidery. Her hand embroidery pieces have been exhibited at the RSN’s exhibitions and at the Knitting & Stitching shows. Her Appliqué piece of Hampton Court Palace was published in Made in Britain magazine and her silk shading animal piece “ Happy” was featured in Korean airline inflight magazine, MORNING CALM. Recently, She received prestigious worshipful company of borderer award from Hand & Lock annual hand embroidery competition for her peacock hand mirror in November 2019.
What's included in the price: All materials are included in the tuition fee, the kit contains fabric, wire, pin, beads, thread, hoop frame, glue
What you will need: If you have a small scissors, please bring with you, but scissors can be borrowed during the workshop.
Workshops are non-refundable. If you can no longer make it on the day you are welcome to find a replacement to take your space. It may be possible to book you for an alternative date depending on the workshop/ availability. Requests to exchange the date must be made no less than 7 days before the event.
If the event is affected by Coronavirus, cannot run due to Government restrictions or facilitator illness, we will contact you to rebook or a refund.
Friday 8th October, 10am-1.30pm
Booking necessary, £60, 8 spaces