FREE MOTION STITCHED DOODLE with Ruth Parkinson-Johns - Sunday 17th 12.00pm

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Sunday 17th March 2024

NEC, Birmingham

2-hours workshop – cost £35.00

[Max 12 people]

Enjoy the rhythm of free motion embroidery in this fabulous two-hour workshop, to create a Fantasy Flower inspired stitched doodle.
Enhance your pattern with colour, by layering Inktense pencils onto your design.
Finish off, by blending the colours with a paintbrush, after a light spritz of water.

All materials and equipment provided.

Advisory Note:

Suitable for over 16’s only. No previous machine embroidery necessary, although experience on a sewing machine would be useful.

Meet the Tutor
Ruth Parkinson-Johns

Ruth is a Mixed Media Textile Artist who works with an experimental approach in printing, dyeing, hand and machine embroidery. Her inspiration is found in nature, imagination and memory. Ruth enjoys sharing her passion for textiles with others through teaching here at the NEC Birmingham and on special request from various Textile/Art groups etc.

* Show times are subject to change. Please check the ICHF Events website for up to date timings.

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2-hours workshop – cost £35.00

[Max 12 people]

Enjoy the rhythm of free motion embroidery in this fabulous two-hour workshop, to create a Fantasy Flower inspired stitched doodle.
Enhance your pattern with colour, by layering Inktense pencils onto your design.
Finish off, by blending the colours with a paintbrush, after a light spritz of water.

All materials and equipment provided.

Advisory Note:

Suitable for over 16’s only. No previous machine embroidery necessary, although experience on a sewing machine would be useful.

Meet the Tutor
Ruth Parkinson-Johns

Ruth is a Mixed Media Textile Artist who works with an experimental approach in printing, dyeing, hand and machine embroidery. Her inspiration is found in nature, imagination and memory. Ruth enjoys sharing her passion for textiles with others through teaching here at the NEC Birmingham and on special request from various Textile/Art groups etc.