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Well it's been a busy few months involving some very exciting classes!

October saw a week teaching in the beautiful location of Denver Botanic Gardens in Colarado where we learnt the intricacies of blackwork shading with this Rose design (kit available soon on the website!) and in this stunning classroom!

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Then it was on to Los Angeles for a weeks retreat with Forever Embroidery Studio onboard the RMS Queen Mary now permanently docked in Long Beach:

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This ship still boasts many of it's original art deco features and is a real inspiration for embroiderers! We ran lots of classes from 1 to 4 days long and had fun using the ship to inspire designs:

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It was back home to prepare for my class at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in conjunction with the 'Fabric of India' exhibition. We learnt how to work shisha mirrors along with some specific Indian embroidery stitches to make little Bushkiri bags:

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We have just finished filming some more videos for our YouTube channel so look out for French knots and Colonial knot videos coming this week! You can see our current videos on the 'how to...' video page here

'Bejewelled' - a new beetle wing kit is now available from the shop; learn the rare and ancient craft of sewing with beetle wing casings in this stunning mandala design. For more information and to get yours, visit the shop here

 

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The distance learning class is going very well, well done to all of you on the beautiful work done so far. We will have some finishers soon I think! There are still places available so if you are interested all of the information can be found here

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Don't forget, you can keep up with everything that is happening as it happens on my Facebook page here!

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