Teacher: Marion Scoular
Elegant and lace-like, Hardanger embroidery is easier to stitch than it appears. Worked in the hand, it is great to take on travels. The basic techniques are clearly explained, and the student has the option of stitching in a solid color or experimenting with Watercolours®.
Project: Cushion, tote bag or vest insert
Size: 8.75″ x 8.75″
Fabric: 14″ x 14″ 22-count cotton Hardanger
Threads: Pearl cotton #5 or Watercolours, pearl cotton #8 and #12
Colors: Student’s choice
Proficiency Level: Beginner
Prerequisites: Ability to read charts and count accurately
Time: Six months
Fee: $175 per group
Text: $33.50 per student; 44 pages
Supplies (approximate): $12.50
About Marion Scoular
Marion is a 3-year, Mark Excellent graduate of The Royal School of Needlework and a City and Guild’s Silver medallist. She has taught dressmaking in English High Schools, owned The Robin Hood Wool Shop for 13 years; taught Adult Education for Clemson University and has judged, lectured and taught in 49 states, Canada, Mexico and Australia. She is the author of many booklets and articles on Embroidery techniques
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