Stitch a beautiful Hardanger piece!
Some Accumulation is a snowy white Handanger Embroidery piece designed for the needleworker with just a bit of Hardanger experience. Some Accumulation begins with the basics of Hardanger; Klosters, ship stitches, double cable, and blanket stitch, then progresses to steps that take just a bit more technique; cutting fabric threads, weaving and wrapping bars, and two filling stitches, dove’s eyes and Greek cross. This piece is 7 inches square and worked on 28 count linen with pearl cotton sizes 8 and 12.
Registration starts on February 3, 2021. Sign up for a reminder below!
More about Some Accumulation
Design size: 7” x 7”
Skill level: Basic-intermediate
Registration dates: Registration opens February 3, 2021 and closes March 3, 2021.
Number of lessons: 6
Class schedule: The first lesson will be posted on May 5, 2021. The following lessons will be posted on May 19 and May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16, 2021.
Class cost: Class only (Using your own materials): $50; Class & Full Kit: $90 shipping to US, $110 shipping to Canada, $130 shipping to International locations.
Kit contents and supplies needed: The full list of kit contents, and supplies needed can be found here.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with reading counted thread charts and basic whitework skills which include satin stitch, eyelets, comfortable working with linen.
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About teacher Terri Bay
Terri Bay, a teacher and designer from South Carolina, began teaching Ukrainian Whitework at Nordic Needle’s retreat. One class lead to another and now she has taught Ukrainian Whitework, Hardanger, Pulled and Drawn Thread and Blackwork at the EGA and ANG National Seminars, Regional Seminars, chapter workshops, and various retreats and other fun events. She was honored to be featured as the Designer Across America in the June 2018 issue of Needle Arts Magazine. Terri is a member of EGA, EAC, ANG, and NETA.
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