|Art in Embroidery|
Event Type: Makerspace|
Age Group(s): Adults
Date: 4/5/2017, 4/12/2017, 4/19/2017, 4/26/2017
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 4:00 PM
This four-week course will delve into two needlework techniques, Crazy Quilting and Blackwork.Library: Library21c -1175 Chapel Hills Drive Map it
Crazy Quilting was popular during the Victorian era. Crazy quilts were made from all sorts of fabrics into unrestrained designs, incorporating memorabilia. The class will spend two weeks discovering various embroidery stitches to be used while completing a personal Crazy Quilt square. Each student will complete their own square with embroidery stitches, lace, beads, and other personal memorabilia.
Blackwork is a needlework technique that was popular during the Tudor era. Repetitive geometric patterns are used to create the design. The class will spend the final two weeks working on a blackwork sampler.
Registration is required and is for a four-week course. This class is for ages 18+. Supplies will be provided.
Location: Make (Clean Maker Space)
Presenter: Becky Autry
Status: Waiting List