Frank the Zebra
Stitch an adorable zebra!
This design is featured in Blomkamp’s latest book, Crewel Animal Portraits. It is worked with an interesting variety of embroidery, needlelace, needleweaving, and bead embroidery techniques, with the focus of the design being an unconventional method to create the stripes of the hide.
Important: Because of publishing contracts, students are required to own a copy of the Crewel Animal Portraits book to access the written instructions. The book is available on Amazon.
This class will be limited to 100 students, first-come, first-served.
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More about Frank the Zebra
Design size: 8.7″ by 7.9″ (22cm x 20cm)
Technique: Crewel, needle lace, needle weaving and bead embroidery.
Skill level: Intermediate to advanced
Registration dates: Registration opens on July 5, 2023 and closes on August 2, 2023.
Class schedule: The first lesson will be posted on October 4, and the following lessons will be posted on October 11, 18 and 25, 2023.
Number of Lessons: 4
Class format: PDF Lessons + Videos
Class cost: Class and Required Kit – $166 shipping to US; $187 shipping to Canada; $200 shipping to International locations.
Prerequisites: Because of publishing contracts, participants will be required to own a copy of the Crewel Animal Portraits book to access the written instructions.
Kit contents and supplies needed: Click here to see the list of kit contents and supplies needed for the class.
About teacher Hazel Blomkamp
Hailing from South Africa, Hazel Blomkamp is the author of 10 – going on 11 – books. She has designed, written about and taught embroidery and beadwork for more than thirty years and is best known for her less conventional approach to embroidery and Crewel embroidery, in particular.
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