Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 2 – Mini Rose Motif

Course outline: Put your Class 1 skills to work while creating this beautiful Mini Rose Motif! You’ll be using Crochet de Luneville/Tambour embroidery techniques with thread, beads and sequins to create texture and design. You’ll learn how to follow a drawing using a legend showing which supplies are used in specific areas. Use the finished motif as an applique on your own T-shirt or a brooch. Pattern, silk fabric, cotton threads, beads and sequins are included in the class fee, as well as the use of the instructor’s tambour hook and frame. Skill level: Intermediate Prerequisite: Introduction to Crochet de …

Cannetille/Gold Embroidery – Treble clef motif

Course outline: Historically reserved for haute couture, royal, military, and liturgical wear, gold embroidery (also known as goldwork) used genuine spiraled gold wire. Now you can add this technique to your bead and thread embroidery tool box using simple french wire and cotton thread. We’ll create a treble clef (about 2″ high) also learn how to create the raised, padded portions using additional thread or cardboard. We’ll also discuss how to use the finished motif as an applique or for other uses. Skill level: All levels Prerequisite: Patience Technique: Students will learn the technique how to cut and embroider spiraled …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 1

Course outline: Also known as Tambour embroidery in North America, students will learn how to use the traditional tambour hook and how to load the frame. Designer Catherine Sequalino Poitier will teach you how to create the beginning stitch, the chain stitch, how to apply seed beads and sequins in a continuous line, and how to embroider beads or sequins in vermicelli. This technique can create appliques and overlays for jewellery and clothing designs. There are a lot of secrets in haute couture embroidery and Catherine will help you discover them all! Silk fabric, cotton threads, beads and sequins are …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 1 – rescheduled to May 7

This class has been rescheduled to May 7. To go to the new class page for information and registration, click here. Course outline: Also known as Tambour embroidery in North America, students will learn how to use the traditional tambour hook and how to load the frame. Designer Catherine Sequalino Poitier will teach you how to create the beginning stitch, the chain stitch, how to apply seed beads and sequins in a continuous line, and how to embroider beads or sequins in vermicelli. This technique can create appliques and overlays for jewellery and clothing designs. There are a lot of …

Cannetille/Gold Embroidery – Treble clef motif – rescheduled to May 8

This class has been rescheduled to Friday, May 8. To go to the new class page for information and registration, click here. Course outline: Historically reserved for haute couture, royal, military, and liturgical wear, gold embroidery (also known as goldwork) used genuine spiraled gold wire. Now you can add this technique to your bead and thread embroidery tool box using simple french wire and cotton thread. We’ll create a treble clef (about 2″ high) also learn how to create the raised, padded portions using additional thread or cardboard. We’ll also discuss how to use the finished motif as an applique …

Cannetille/Gold Embroidery – Treble clef motif

Course outline: Historically reserved for haute couture, royal, military, and liturgical wear, gold embroidery (also known as goldwork) used genuine spiraled gold wire. Now you can add this technique to your bead and thread embroidery tool box using simple french wire and cotton thread. We’ll create a treble clef (about 2″ high) also learn how to create the raised, padded portions using additional thread or cardboard. We’ll also discuss how to use the finished motif as an applique or for other uses. Skill level: All levels Prerequisite: Patience Technique: Students will learn the technique how to cut and embroider spiraled …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 1

Course outline: Also known as Tambour embroidery in North America, students will learn how to use the traditional tambour hook and how to load the frame. Designer Catherine Sequalino Poitier will teach you how to create the beginning stitch, the chain stitch, how to apply seed beads and sequins in a continuous line, and how to embroider beads or sequins in vermicelli. This technique can create appliques and overlays for jewellery and clothing designs. There are a lot of secrets in haute couture embroidery and Catherine will help you discover them all! Silk fabric, cotton threads, beads and sequins are …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 2: Cardinal or Blue Jay motif

Course outline: Put your class skills to work while creating this stunning Cardinal (adjust your colours to make a statement Blue Jay)! You’ll be using Crochet de Luneville/Tambour embroidery techniques with thread, beads and sequins to create texture and design. Use the finished motif as an applique or as a pin. All materials for the projects, including the use of the instructor’s tambour needles during class, is included in the class fee. Note: if you already have taken the class and have received the kit and wish to come in for additional embroidery time, a kit-not-included option is available. Skill …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 1

Course outline: Also known as Tambour embroidery in North America, students will learn how to use the traditional tambour hook and how to load the frame. Designer Catherine Sequalino Poitier will teach you how to create the beginning stitch, the chain stitch, how to apply seed beads and sequins in a continuous line, and how to embroider beads or sequins in vermicelli. This technique can create appliques and overlays for jewellery and clothing designs. There are a lot of secrets in haute couture embroidery and Catherine will help you discover them all! Silk fabric, cotton threads, beads and sequins are …

Introduction to Crochet de Luneville/Tambour Embroidery, Class 1

Course outline: Also known as Tambour embroidery in North America, students will learn how to use the traditional tambour hook and how to load the frame. Designer Catherine Sequalino Poitier will teach you how to create the beginning stitch, the chain stitch, how to apply seed beads and sequins in a continuous line, and how to embroider beads or sequins in vermicelli. This technique can create appliques and overlays for jewellery and clothing designs. There are a lot of secrets in haute couture embroidery and Catherine will help you discover them all! Silk fabric, cotton threads, beads and sequins are …