Those of you looking to do a workshop that you have a good chance of getting well advanced with during class time should consider one of these small, exquisite projects. One of the main criteria for selection was the wow! factor. Some of the projects selected are exquisite, small embroideries whose size made photography difficult and so they may not be showcased as well as they could be in our brochure.
Kerry Seeley’s beautiful bag, Daisy in the Window (also repeated on Wednesday) is simply gorgeous and being small means you have a very good chance of finishing it. Perhaps a Christmas gift for someone special, if you could bear to part with it.
I can still recall the gasps of appreciation when we unwrapped Shirley Pygott’s Casalguidi Sea Change Panel (repeated on Tuesday). The fine, delicate stitching has great effect and produces an artwork anyone would be proud to display.
Over the next couple of weeks we will be posting more comments about the other categories of workshops available, so keep coming back.
Thank you to everyone who has sent us feedback on our workshop options. The committee worked hard to ensure a good range of beginners to expert/masterclass projects; choices between projects, design classes and exploring techniques; techniques ranging from traditional to abstract and styles ranging from historical to contemporary.
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