Creating a Pattern for Embroidery from Digital Images with Julie Carmen

$35.00

Design your own pattern to embroider and see how the Laid Work process makes ancient or medieval images, from illuminated manuscripts, come alive!

See below for more class details!

Important:

Registration dates: November 3 – December 1, 2021.
Class schedule: February 2, 2022 – March 30, 2022

SKU: ONL_CreatingPatternFromDigitalImage Category:

Description

In Creating a Pattern for Embroidery from Digital Images with Julie Carmen you will learn how to make your own unique patterns with the freedom of using the multitude of digital images available online.

Lessons will include saving image, cropping, enlarging, and printing. Enjoy tips on how to reduce cost by designing your own unique patterns and avoiding expensive kits. Learn how to turn your pattern into an illuminated and beautiful, embroidered patch to hang on the wall, add to a pillow or use in a quilt. The class will give a review of the historical stitches in Laid Work; Stem Stitch, Satin Stitch, and Couching Stitch, to produce the weave-like look of Laid Work. Split stitch is also taught for more delicate parts of an image. Enjoy creating a lifetime of patterns to embroider from history!

Class Project Details

Design size: Based on image(s) selected.
Skill level:
 Basic-Intermediate
Number of lessons: 5
Class Format: PDF Lessons + Videos
Registration dates: Registration opens on November 3 and closes on December 1, 2021.
Class schedule: The first lesson will be posted  on February 2, 2022. The following lessons will be posted on February 16, March 2, March 16 and March 30 of 2022.
Class cost: $35
Supplies needed: The full list of supplies needed can be found here.
Prerequisites: Some knowledge of computer and Internet searching, Microsoft Word and Paint software, and knowledge of printer use.

Class Cost— ($35):

Learn more about this class and teacher Julie Carmen on the Creating a Pattern for Embroidery from Digital Images class page.

Please note: Online Studio course and kit fees are non-refundable.

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