Slow Stitching

Nourish your creativity and your soul, by making sustainable intuitive hand-sewn pieces, using reclaimed, recycled and salvaged textiles.

Learn different hand stitching and embroidery techniques, with a focus on process, play and creativity over finished pieces. Embracing the idea of wabi sabi – the beauty of the imperfect, authentic and handmade –  this course aims to help you quiet your mind, become immersed in your stitches, create without judgement, and give yourself a little bit of ‘me-time’ to relax, slow down and find a little respite from our busy lives.

Materials are included however students are encouraged to bring their own fabric if they would like and included is a sewing kit to enable you to continue your slow stitching journey at home after the course has ended.

Suitable for all; from complete beginners to more seasoned sewers wishing to explore a new way of working

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What topics are covered?

Simple hand embroidery stitches

Different forms of patchwork including English paper pieces and boro/katha inspired

Developing creative confidence


Exploring and experimenting with different types of fabrics and how they can be used creatively
The work of some contemporary textile artists

How will I learn?

Demonstration and examples followed by guided hands on practice

Handouts where appropriate.

What do I need to bring?

Nothing! The cost of the course includes a pack for you to keep. Including embroidery hoop, needles, threader, fabric & threads and fabric etc to use during the course

You are welcome to bring your own fabric if you would like for later sessions but you do not need anything for session one.
Details to be discussed in the first session

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