Techniques for Canvas Embroidery
An in-depth study of the various techniques used in canvas embroidery
Our Techniques for Canvas Embroidery Individual Correspondence Course is an in-depth study of the various techniques used in canvas embroidery. Each lesson focuses on particular techniques that students will practice in order to learn and improve. The final course project will allow the student to apply what they have learned in a single piece. The stitched samples required in each lesson will be of a small enough dimension so that they can be completed within a reasonable length of time (2 months for each lesson).
“I really wanted to learn proper techniques as I am self-taught. I now understand Continental stitch as never before. This course is a great snapshot of techniques one will need to master if one pursues Master Craftsman in Canvas – I learned appliqué, diaper pattern, and bargello, all needed for the MC program.” – Susan Mondabaugh, Student
More about Techniques for Canvas Embroidery
Prerequisite: Familiarity with canvas embroidery stitches and ability to follow a chart
Degree of difficulty: Intermediate through Intermediate Advanced
Time: Six to Twelve months
Fee: $175 (Fee is for course only. Text will be added based on the customer’s selection of text format)
Text: 97 pages. $35 for PDF Download; $85 for hard copy including shipping.
Supplies: Estimated $100-$120
Techniques for Canvas Embroidery Lessons
Lesson 1: Get the Basics Right
Lesson 2: Canvas Stitch Families
Lesson 3: Traditional Canvas Techniques: Canvas Appliqué
Lesson 4: Traditional Canvas Techniques: Color Relationships, Diaper Patterns and Florentine (Bargello) Patterns
Lesson 5: “Out of the Box” Canvas Techniques and Materials
Lesson 6: Final Project: Put it all together
About Teacher Diane Herrmann
Diane Herrmann is certified by the National Academy of Needlearts (NAN) as a canvas embroidery teacher and is a Master Craftsman in Canvas embroidery. She has taught at national and regional seminars, guilds and shops and has received several prestigious awards and honors for her work. Diane strongly supports the integration of needleart/fiber art and mathematics and is a contributing author of Crafting by Concepts: Fiber Arts and Mathematics.
More about our Individual Correspondence Courses
Visit our Individual Correspondence Courses page for Frequently Asked Questions and more information on how our ICCs work.
Note: Please read the Student Responsibilities on the ICC page before enrolling. The timeline for course completion begins when you register. There are no refunds for course or text fees so make your selection carefully.