Three Dimensional Flame Pea Flowers
Jun 29

Three Dimensional Flame Pea Flowers

by Embroiderers Guild of Western Australia
$240.00
Registrations Closed
Start Date
29-Jun-2024 9:30 am
End Date
30-Jun-2024 3:30 pm
Timezone
(UTC+08:00) Australia/Perth

Registrations Are Closed

Flame Pea Flowers

 

Members $120.00

Non-Members $240.00

Membership attracts a 50% discount on all workshops (join here and save!)

 

This Flame Pea shrub grows in the South West of Australia. Joan has recreated this beautiful Western Australian plant in stitch. A perfect way to showcase these lovely flowers. The stitched floral spray features buds, leaves and flowers and can be displayed well in a small vase or specimen tube.

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Chorizema cordatum
Chorizema cordatum
 

Flame Pea

Chorizema cordatum Lindl.

The genus Chorizema contains approximately eighteen species and all but one are endemic to Western Australia. The generic name has been said to be derived from the Greek choros (dance) and zema (a drinking vessel), given by the botanist Labillardiere in 1792 when the plant was discovered near a waterhole by a thirsty expedition party. 

distribution mapChorizema cordatum, commonly known as the Heart-leaf Flame Pea, occurs naturally in the forests of south-western Australia on gravelly or loamy soils. When in flower this small scrambling shrub is conspicuous with its loose racemes of orange-red or yellow pea flowers. The plant flowers in spring; the blooms are in racemes up to 12 cm long and are borne either terminally or in leaf axils

https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/gnp11/chorizema-cordatum.html

 

Tutor: Joan Sibenaler

Joan writes:

"Joining the EGWA in 2009 I was introduced to the magical world of needle art. In recent years I have taken myself down the rabbit warren of 3D and Raised Embroidery techniques. My hope is for members of my workshop to go away with enhanced skills and stitching confidence. My project is a starting point only."

Joan is a very experienced embroidery teacher with a wealth of knowledge.  This will be an enjoyable learning experience for all participants.

Registrations open 1st November 2023

Dates: 

Saturday 29th June 2024

Sunday 30th June 2024

Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm


Skill Level: Confident Embroiderers

Class Fees:

EGWA Member - $120.00

Non-Member - $240.00

Membership attracts a 50% discount on all workshops (join here and save!)

What to bring

See download 

Kit cost:  $30.00 (does NOT include the display stand)

(Please place payment for the kit in an envelope with your name and give it to the tutor directly on the first day of the workshop)

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Event Type
Workshop
Event Location
Guild House
565 Canning Highway
Alfred Cove WA
Contact Details
Workshop Registrar Liz Robson
wshops@embroiderersguildwa.org.au

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