‘Pebbles!’ – A Beginners Machine Embroidery Workshop

5.00 out of 5
1 customer review

£65

Workshop is ideal for those new to FME. The ‘pebble’ technique was originally developed from working samples produced for a coastal exhibition. I went on to develop the idea and started to use the technique in my bags and cushions.  Each completed piece will be unique to you and the day offers a chance to play with textures and colour combinations with super results.

 

 

Description

The ‘pebble’ technique was originally developed from working samples produced for a coastal exhibition. I went on to develop the idea and started to use the technique in my bags and cushions.  Each completed piece will be unique to you and the day offers a chance to play with textures and colour combinations with super results.

I provide a large quantity of mixed fabrics but if you are able to raid your own stash of little bits of space-dyed or commercial fabrics to inc silk velvet, dupion, velvet, metallic leather/faux leather – sequin fabrics this will be helpful on the day.  Bring these along to mix with mine.

Additional information

Dates

2nd August 2022

Times

10-4pm

Requirements:

Please Bring

Sewing machine and manual

Free- machine or darning foot (sample cannot be achieved without this foot)

A couple of spare bobbins

Metallic or 100/16 sewing machine needle.

90/14 sewing machine needle.

Small pair of comfortable embroidery scissors.

Selection of machine embroidery threads if you have them but I have plenty you can use.

I provide a large quantity of mixed fabrics but please  raid your own stash of little bits of space-dyed or commercial fabrics to inc silk velvet, dupion, velvet, metallic leather/faux leather – sequin fabrics this will be helpful on the day.

 

1 review for ‘Pebbles!’ – A Beginners Machine Embroidery Workshop

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Mackenzie Smith

    I did Alex’s wonderful one day Pebbles workshop at the Quilters Guild Conference and AGM in April this year. Alex is an inspirational tutor and it is really the greatest fun and challenges the way you look at colours and fabrics. It is not just for beginners at free machine embroidery as you can do with what you will. I shall definitely be exploring new ways to use the method in the future.

    • Alex

      Just seen this Sandra ! Thank you for taking the time to write such nice words and it was great to work with you.

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