Although we have a pleasing number of registrations, we still have room in many of the National Embroidery School classes. Remember, registrations after 28 February will attract a late fee.
We have updated the workshop pages with indications of which classes are full, but it is best to check using the online registration system for the most up to date list.
Are you looking for a class that covers a lot of different stitches or techniques. Check out these classes that do just that…
Jenny Bennett’s Class 301, Poppies Remembrance Needle Book, features a cover with poppies on it which is very appropriate for our 2018 event, as 2018 will be 100 years since WW1 ended.
Because this is a 3 day class a considerable range of stitching styles will be taught and you will be able to spend a good amount of time learning and perfecting techniques. As well as the poppies there are some delightful pages with small beaded and stitched animals and plants.
Merrilyn Heazlewood’s two day Class 203 Terracota Tiles is a lovely interpretation of Terracotta in stitch. The layered stitches and textured threads used will extend your counted thread skills and this class is a great chance for cross stitchers to try something just a little different.
In contrast, Merrilyn’s other Class 224, Empresses’ Night Out is a fun interpretation of glamourous penguins off on a night out. This is an enjoyable class for you to experiment with a wide range of free-style stitches using sparkly embellishments and unusual, metallic and colourful threads.