Roses, Roses, Roses Class



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Roses, Roses, Roses

By Andrea Schoen and Wendy Schoen

This beautiful heart-shaped key fob has many purposes. When used as a doorknob decoration or filled with lavender and used as a sachet, this silken treasure is sure to. During this lesson, students will learn a few ways roses can be stitched. There are beautiful rambling roses stitched as spoke flowers, sweet miniature roses stitched in groups of three, and of course, beautiful full roses stitched in full bloom. You will also learn Colonial Knots and rarely used Pick Stitch. This delightful selection of stitches is grouped to form a most beautiful addition to your stitching repertoire. Please join Andrea and Wendy in our lovely and spacious New Orleans studio.

NOTE: A sewing machine is not required for this class.

Field of Study: Fine Hand Sewing
Type of Class: Project
Level: Advanced Beginner
Prerequisite: Familiar with hand embroidery
Class Length: 3-4 Hours
Class Date: May 16, 2024
Class Times: 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
Class Fee: $110 (Includes Kits, Snacks, Drinks)


Kit Includes 9” Square Blush Silk Dupioni, 9” square Pink Velveteen, 18” lawn, ribbon, embroidery thread, perle cotton, embroidery needles, well-illustrated handout, and color photograph of the completed project. 

Student Supplies: 4” Susan Bates Hoop, Glass head pins, pinning board, Frixion pen or blue fabric marker, thimble (if you use one), embroidery scissors, and magnification.