In our upcoming online class Goldwork Bracelet with teacher Cynthia Jackson you will create a lovely band bracelet from beginning to end. The bracelet is stitched flat using traditional goldwork techniques and a choice of colored metal threads is offered. It also features crystal highlights and the crystal closure is adjustable making it suitable for all sizes. Students will learn how to create this three- dimensional object from a flat embroidery. Finishing instructions are included.
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Goldwork Bracelet Information
Finished size: approximately 1” wide, 6” long
Skill level: Intermediate
Registration dates: November 4 – December 2, 2020. Sign up for a reminder above!
Number of lessons: 6
Class schedule: Lessons will be posted every week starting on February 3 and ending on March 10, 2021.
Class cost: Class only (Using your own materials): $40; Class & Kit: $140 shipping to US, $130 shipping to Canada, and $175 shipping to International locations.
Color choices: There will be three different color way choices for the kit — gold and black, gold and red, silver and purple.
Kit contents and supplies needed: Please find the full list of kit contents and supplies needed below, under Course Content or clicking here.
About teacher Cynthia Jackson
Cynthia Jackson is a graduate apprentice of the Royal School of Needlework and have been teaching, researching and writing about embroidery for over forty years. To keep abreast of 21st century approaches to embroidery, she earned a BA(Hons) Embroidery in 2007 and became an award-winning textile artist. Her current focus is 16th century English embroidery and has designed, taught and published several projects and articles inspired by the techniques used by professional embroiderers of the Tudor era, most recently in Inspirations Magazine and the Journal of Medieval Clothing and Textiles. Cynthia has been awarded the Janet Arnold Grant from the Society of Antiquaries, the Professional Development Grant from the Textile Society and the Research Fellowship Grant from the Embroiderers’ Guild of America.