EGWA Member - $120 (make sure you are logged in to receive the member discount)
Non-Member - $240
Boris Beetle is luxuriously clothed in gold, purple and green. He has delicate wire mesh and bead underlings, a gorgeous green organza abdomen, and his wings are beautiful golden spirals with green bead accents. Boris measures 50 mm by 40 mm.
Stitching Boris will teach you some basic goldwork skills such as padding, couching cords and wires, and working with leather. Some essential stumpwork techniques are also covered, and you will also learn how to make a completely detached piece of embroidery.
An added bonus is that you will have a beautiful piece of art to wear as a brooch
Registrations open: 15/12/2022
This workshop will be taught over two consecutive Sundays in May. This gives you the opportunity to do a little homework stitching and return on the following Sunday to complete the project.
Dates: Sunday 21st & Sunday 28th May 2023
Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm
Venue: Curnow Knuckey Masonic Hall 3a Moolanda Blvde Kingsley
Tutor: Tania Cohen
Skill Level: Beginner in technique, basic embroidery skills necessary.
Class Fees: Kit cost $55.00 paid in cash to tutor on day 1 of workshop
EGWA Member - $120
Non-Member - $240
What to bring: See below + usual sewing supplies plus light and magnifiers if you need them
Registrations will open on 01/01/2023 at 9:00am & close on at 11:00pm.
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