Machine Embroidery Monthly Workshop
Sorry this monthly class is now sold out - If this is something you may be interested in please drop us a line with contact details and we will add you to a waiting list and we will be in touch when a new workshop has been scheduled.
Have you been intrigued by the world of machine embroidery?
Join us on this monthly workshop and learn more about your specialist embroidery machine, this is a fantastic opportunity to learn about all the features and capabilities of your machine along with tips on stabilizer, threads and needles etc.
This flower garden project will take 3 months to complete learning new techniques along the way.
Made up of 9 blocks in total featuring different embroidered flowers, all are the tutors own design. You will be emailed the patterns and shown how to download to the machine.
On this 3 monthly project you will learn
- Machine embroidery - how to use you machine
- How to add the design from your computer to the machine
- How to frame your fabric
- Nine different flower blocks
- Snowball corners in the hoop
- Stitch & flip in the hoop sashing
- Echo stitching
- Make a patchwork piecing pinwheel sashing.
- Adding backing to the block in the hoop
- Use the Quilt As You Go method to join together.
Classes are held in the studio with reduced numbers or if you prefer to stay at home join us via zoom. The tutor will demonstrate each time with a step by step approach. You can choose to sew along with the tutor or stitch at your leisure.
Share your passion with like minded people, learn and be inspired by Susan & re-create this charming Flower Garden Quilt getting full use out of your dedicated embroidery machine. All skill levels welcome.
This class is from 10am - 2pm
Suitable for beginners or intermediate students
This Flower garden Quilt project will last for 3 months and can be paid monthly. There will be a new project to follow to continue on your embroidery journey.
You will need
A specialist embroidery machine - Brother, Janome, Pfaff, or Husqvarna
A Frame at least 8" x 8* (200 x 200)
If you decide to join us please advise what machine you have and what format you will need the designs in.
If this is something you may be interested in we can highly recommend Brother embroidery machines that are simple to use and very reliable - Lords sewing in Oswaldtwistle is one of the few locations where you can see all of the Brother embroidery machine range in store permanently on demonstration and has all of the collection on display, the staff are more than happy to explain the features and show you how they work.