Online Class: Cyclamen with Merrilyn Heazlewood

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Cyclamen with Merrilyn Heazlewood

Stitch a decorative tile adorned with silk ribbon Cyclamen!

In our upcoming online class Cyclamen with Merrilyn Heazlewood you will create a decorative tile adorned with bright silk ribbon Cyclamen on all four sides. The decorative tile has over ten counted needlepoint stitches worked with Gumnut Yarns Poppies (50%wool/silk), floss and perle cotton with silver lined clear beads bringing sparkle to the design. Floss is stitched with four or six strands.

The decorative tile is stitched in five tones of purple/mauve and  the ‘dots’ of small complimentary colors are stitched with French Knots in the five miniature motives. The rows of stitches are worked diagonally and horizontally and the floss is stitched with four or six strands.

Cyclamen is the first in a series of four, the Decorative Tile shape will show new stitches and colors, different flowers will bloom around the edge.

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More about Cyclamen

  • Class Details

    Design size: 6.5” by 6.5″
    Technique: Counted Needlepoint and Silk Ribbon Embroidery
    Skill level: Advanced or Intermediate Advanced.
    Registration dates: Registration opens May 4 and closes June 1, 2022.
    Number of lessons: 4
    Class Format: PDF Lessons
    Class schedule: The first lesson will be posted to this page on August 3 and the following lessons will be posted  August 10, 17, and 24, 2022.
    Class cost: Class Only: $40. Class + Full Kit: $200 shipping to US, Canada and International locations. Class + Partial Kit: $150.
    Kit contents and supplies needed: Click here to see the kit contents and supplies needed for the class.
    Prerequisites: Confident with Counted Needlepoint

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  • More about teacher Merrilyn Heazlewood

    Merrilyn is an internationally renowned hand embroiderer, designer, author and teacher. Magazine articles of Merrilyn’s work are regularly featured in publications in USA, Australia, and New Zealand. Merrilyn opened her first needlework shop in 1978. With an artistic heritage and a passion for hand work this was the starting point for a long creative and rewarding journey with needle, threads and fabrics.

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