Today I'll show you a bit of eye-candy from my students attending the professional embroidery course. To learn more about this course or how to join us, have a look here.
Christiane's has finished her crewel embroidery piece and is now in the process of mounting. I love the bold colour combinations inspired by Anna Scot's work.
Luise's pink anemone is nearly finished. Just a few more French knots and pistil stitches to go in to form the heart. Silk shading with silk threads is truly exquisite!
Annette's crewel piece is also nearly finished. I am pretty sure it will be the first one featuring a dear little blue sheep with pink legs!
Would you like to try your hand at crewel embroidery? Then why not join me for a workshop. Living too far away? Why not try one of my lovely embroidery kits. They come in three levels: beginner, intermediate and advance. At the moment, my kits have instructions written in German. I am looking at translating them into English. Please leave a comment if you would be interested in my kits featuring instructions in English! The more you nag me, the harder I work. Promise.
Mary Jo Neyer
Hi Mary Jo,
Absolutely beautiful work. Highly inspirational.
Thank you for keeping this extraordinary work alive. Takes my breathe away to view it. Earthlink.net
Thanky Dianne! I love teaching and demonstrating embroidery as I think crafts are very important skills and the shouldn't die out. Love, Jessica
Thank you Robbyn! I am hoping my students will produce many more inspirational pieces in the future. Love, Jessica
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