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Saturday, January 15
 

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 1 of 4) - Time Zone 2
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Saturday January 15, 2022 07:00 - 10:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Saturday January 15, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Shakespeare's Stag (Day 1 of 2) - Time Zone 1
This beautiful Stag is based on a motif found on an unfinished Elizabethan Coif in the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust Collection. Mandy will teach you the historic stitches required to create your Stag which, once finished, could be made up into a small cushion, picture or decorative box lid.

Tutors
avatar for Mandy Ewing

Mandy Ewing

Mandy completed her Royal School of Needlework Apprenticeship in 1995 then continued, firstly as a tutor and then as Studio manager, overseeing a wide variety of royal and other commissions, including the needlework on the then Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, two joint projects... Read More →


Saturday January 15, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Stumpwork Mushroom Parasol (Day 1 of 4) - Time Zone 1
This class is inspired by the Parasol Mushroom which can often be found in woodlands and grassy areas. The final piece consists of two 3D mushrooms sat on padded moss effect bases.

Tutors
avatar for Pippa Haynes

Pippa Haynes

Pippa has always been inspired by the natural world, which surrounds her in her rural Wiltshire home. She brings this love to life in her delicately crafted needlework designs. Her passion is to create 3-dimentional designs which leave the viewer wondering if they are looking at an... Read More →


Saturday January 15, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

18:30 GMT

Welcome Session
Saturday January 15, 2022 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Sunday, January 16
 

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 2 of 4) - Time Zone 2
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Sunday January 16, 2022 07:00 - 10:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Sunday January 16, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Shakespeare's Stag (Day 2 of 2) - Time Zone 1
This beautiful Stag is based on a motif found on an unfinished Elizabethan Coif in the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust Collection. Mandy will teach you the historic stitches required to create your Stag which, once finished, could be made up into a small cushion, picture or decorative box lid.

Tutors
avatar for Mandy Ewing

Mandy Ewing

Mandy completed her Royal School of Needlework Apprenticeship in 1995 then continued, firstly as a tutor and then as Studio manager, overseeing a wide variety of royal and other commissions, including the needlework on the then Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, two joint projects... Read More →


Sunday January 16, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Stumpwork Mushroom Parasol (Day 2 of 4) - Time Zone 1
This class is inspired by the Parasol Mushroom which can often be found in woodlands and grassy areas. The final piece consists of two 3D mushrooms sat on padded moss effect bases.

Tutors
avatar for Pippa Haynes

Pippa Haynes

Pippa has always been inspired by the natural world, which surrounds her in her rural Wiltshire home. She brings this love to life in her delicately crafted needlework designs. Her passion is to create 3-dimentional designs which leave the viewer wondering if they are looking at an... Read More →


Sunday January 16, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Monday, January 17
 

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Monday January 17, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

18:30 GMT

Lecture by Jacqui Carey
Elizabethan Stitches- an investigation into 16th & 17th century needlework

Monday January 17, 2022 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Tuesday, January 18
 

16:00 GMT

Blackwork Coif (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design takes a wild strawberry, hazelnut, pea pod and columbine as the central motifs, all linked together with scrolling Elizabethan plaited braid work. The counted blackwork patterns are worked in silk floss with a stem stitch outline bordering each element. Details are added in gilt passing thread using Elizabethan spider’s webs, Elizabethan Ceylon stitch, Elizabethan looped edging and more Elizabethan plaited braid. The wild strawberry is worked in detached corded buttonhole needlelace.

Tutors
avatar for Kate Barlow

Kate Barlow

Kate loves to design her own embroidery kits using traditional techniques in a contemporary way. She also likes to combine her embroidery with her love of historical dress, creating kits based on original pieces. Her classes can cover all levels of ability, from absolute beginners... Read More →


Tuesday January 18, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Tuesday January 18, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Strawberry Delight (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 1
Strawberry Delight is a sparkling symmetrical design worked in the technique of goldwork, inspired by a motif found on a coif from the late 16th century.

Tutors
avatar for Natalie Dupuis

Natalie Dupuis

Natalie was first introduced to needlework through a sewing class she took as a young teenager. When she later moved in with an aunt and took up needlepoint, her passion for the craft was cemented. As a trained teacher, Natalie now enjoys sharing her skill and experience with others... Read More →


Tuesday January 18, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Wednesday, January 19
 

16:00 GMT

Blackwork Coif (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design takes a wild strawberry, hazelnut, pea pod and columbine as the central motifs, all linked together with scrolling Elizabethan plaited braid work. The counted blackwork patterns are worked in silk floss with a stem stitch outline bordering each element. Details are added in gilt passing thread using Elizabethan spider’s webs, Elizabethan Ceylon stitch, Elizabethan looped edging and more Elizabethan plaited braid. The wild strawberry is worked in detached corded buttonhole needlelace.

Tutors
avatar for Kate Barlow

Kate Barlow

Kate loves to design her own embroidery kits using traditional techniques in a contemporary way. She also likes to combine her embroidery with her love of historical dress, creating kits based on original pieces. Her classes can cover all levels of ability, from absolute beginners... Read More →


Wednesday January 19, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Wednesday January 19, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Strawberry Delight (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 1
Strawberry Delight is a sparkling symmetrical design worked in the technique of goldwork, inspired by a motif found on a coif from the late 16th century.

Tutors
avatar for Natalie Dupuis

Natalie Dupuis

Natalie was first introduced to needlework through a sewing class she took as a young teenager. When she later moved in with an aunt and took up needlepoint, her passion for the craft was cemented. As a trained teacher, Natalie now enjoys sharing her skill and experience with others... Read More →


Wednesday January 19, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

18:30 GMT

Lecture by Anthea Guthrie
Elizabethan Flowers 

Wednesday January 19, 2022 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Thursday, January 20
 

16:00 GMT

Blackwork Coif (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design takes a wild strawberry, hazelnut, pea pod and columbine as the central motifs, all linked together with scrolling Elizabethan plaited braid work. The counted blackwork patterns are worked in silk floss with a stem stitch outline bordering each element. Details are added in gilt passing thread using Elizabethan spider’s webs, Elizabethan Ceylon stitch, Elizabethan looped edging and more Elizabethan plaited braid. The wild strawberry is worked in detached corded buttonhole needlelace.

Tutors
avatar for Kate Barlow

Kate Barlow

Kate loves to design her own embroidery kits using traditional techniques in a contemporary way. She also likes to combine her embroidery with her love of historical dress, creating kits based on original pieces. Her classes can cover all levels of ability, from absolute beginners... Read More →


Thursday January 20, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 1
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Thursday January 20, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Strawberry Delight (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 1
Strawberry Delight is a sparkling symmetrical design worked in the technique of goldwork, inspired by a motif found on a coif from the late 16th century.

Tutors
avatar for Natalie Dupuis

Natalie Dupuis

Natalie was first introduced to needlework through a sewing class she took as a young teenager. When she later moved in with an aunt and took up needlepoint, her passion for the craft was cemented. As a trained teacher, Natalie now enjoys sharing her skill and experience with others... Read More →


Thursday January 20, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Friday, January 21
 

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 2
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Friday January 21, 2022 07:00 - 11:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Borage & Unicorn (Day 1 of 3) - Time Zone 1
The design is inspired by images from 16th century embroidery pattern books from the British museum. The unicorn is embroidered with flat silks using a distinct 17th century colour blending technique. Another historical shading method is used to create a beautiful colour flow in the borage and a scrolling pattern embellished with tiny flowers along the base of the design. A final touch of silver metal thread embroidery and embellishing with freshwater pearls are added to make the work truly special.

Tutors
avatar for Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban is a hand-embroidery designer and a tutor. She is a graduate of the Future Tutors programme at the Royal School of Needlework.  She also had a professional fashion embroidery training at Ecole Lesage (Métiers d’Art CHANEL). Over the years Zina taught for the Crewel... Read More →


Friday January 21, 2022 16:00 - Sunday January 23, 2022 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

18:30 GMT

Lecture by Sarah Thursfield
Elizabethan Coifs

Friday January 21, 2022 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Saturday, January 22
 

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 3 of 4) - Time Zone 2
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Saturday January 22, 2022 07:00 - 10:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 2
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Saturday January 22, 2022 07:00 - 11:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Borage & Unicorn (Day 2 of 3) - Time Zone 1
The design is inspired by images from 16th century embroidery pattern books from the British museum. The unicorn is embroidered with flat silks using a distinct 17th century colour blending technique. Another historical shading method is used to create a beautiful colour flow in the borage and a scrolling pattern embellished with tiny flowers along the base of the design. A final touch of silver metal thread embroidery and embellishing with freshwater pearls are added to make the work truly special.

Tutors
avatar for Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban is a hand-embroidery designer and a tutor. She is a graduate of the Future Tutors programme at the Royal School of Needlework.  She also had a professional fashion embroidery training at Ecole Lesage (Métiers d’Art CHANEL). Over the years Zina taught for the Crewel... Read More →


Saturday January 22, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Shakespeare's Little Frog (Day 1 of 2) - Time Zone 1
This beautiful little frog is based on a motif found on an unfinished Elizabethan Coif in the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust Collection. Mandy will teach you the historic stitches required to create your frog which, once finished, could be made up into a brooch or other adornment of your choosing.

Tutors
avatar for Mandy Ewing

Mandy Ewing

Mandy completed her Royal School of Needlework Apprenticeship in 1995 then continued, firstly as a tutor and then as Studio manager, overseeing a wide variety of royal and other commissions, including the needlework on the then Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, two joint projects... Read More →


Saturday January 22, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Stumpwork Mushroom Parasol (Day 3 of 4) - Time Zone 1
This class is inspired by the Parasol Mushroom which can often be found in woodlands and grassy areas. The final piece consists of two 3D mushrooms sat on padded moss effect bases.

Tutors
avatar for Pippa Haynes

Pippa Haynes

Pippa has always been inspired by the natural world, which surrounds her in her rural Wiltshire home. She brings this love to life in her delicately crafted needlework designs. Her passion is to create 3-dimentional designs which leave the viewer wondering if they are looking at an... Read More →


Saturday January 22, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
Sunday, January 23
 

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Scrolls (Day 4 of 4) - Time Zone 2
This design is based on an original antique petticoat edge from Phillipa’s antique crewel work collection. The design was originally used as popular pattern for silk embroidered Elizabethan coifs, but 100 years later was used in this larger scale for the design for this late 17th Century crewel work. 

Tutors
avatar for Phillipa Turnbull

Phillipa Turnbull

Crewel Work Company
Phillipa Turnbull is an experienced embroidery designer, tutor and lecturer. She has been producing beautiful embroidery kits and running historic needlework tours and retreats for over 20 years. Her designs are based on, or replicas of, the original crewel work she finds in museums... Read More →


Sunday January 23, 2022 07:00 - 10:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

07:00 GMT

Elizabethan Coif (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 2
This stunning design is based on a coif in the collection of the V&A museum in London. It dates from the early 1600’s and is worked with red silk and highlighted with silver spangles. The techniques covered make this class suitable to all levels of experience. Stitches included are back stitch, buttonhole, seeding.


Tutors
avatar for Deborah Wilding

Deborah Wilding

Deborah trained at the Royal School of Needlework and graduated with distinction. She specialises in a wide range of historically-accurate embroidery techniques. As well as working on embroidery projects herself, she also teaches embroidery skills on behalf of the Royal School of... Read More →


Sunday January 23, 2022 07:00 - 11:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Borage & Unicorn (Day 3 of 3) - Time Zone 1
The design is inspired by images from 16th century embroidery pattern books from the British museum. The unicorn is embroidered with flat silks using a distinct 17th century colour blending technique. Another historical shading method is used to create a beautiful colour flow in the borage and a scrolling pattern embellished with tiny flowers along the base of the design. A final touch of silver metal thread embroidery and embellishing with freshwater pearls are added to make the work truly special.

Tutors
avatar for Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban

Zina Kazban is a hand-embroidery designer and a tutor. She is a graduate of the Future Tutors programme at the Royal School of Needlework.  She also had a professional fashion embroidery training at Ecole Lesage (Métiers d’Art CHANEL). Over the years Zina taught for the Crewel... Read More →


Sunday January 23, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Shakespeare's Little Frog (Day 2 of 2) - Time Zone 1
This beautiful little frog is based on a motif found on an unfinished Elizabethan Coif in the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust Collection. Mandy will teach you the historic stitches required to create your frog which, once finished, could be made up into a brooch or other adornment of your choosing.

Tutors
avatar for Mandy Ewing

Mandy Ewing

Mandy completed her Royal School of Needlework Apprenticeship in 1995 then continued, firstly as a tutor and then as Studio manager, overseeing a wide variety of royal and other commissions, including the needlework on the then Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, two joint projects... Read More →


Sunday January 23, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

16:00 GMT

Stumpwork Mushroom Parasol (Day 4 of 4) - Time Zone 1
This class is inspired by the Parasol Mushroom which can often be found in woodlands and grassy areas. The final piece consists of two 3D mushrooms sat on padded moss effect bases.

Tutors
avatar for Pippa Haynes

Pippa Haynes

Pippa has always been inspired by the natural world, which surrounds her in her rural Wiltshire home. She brings this love to life in her delicately crafted needlework designs. Her passion is to create 3-dimentional designs which leave the viewer wondering if they are looking at an... Read More →


Sunday January 23, 2022 16:00 - 22:00 GMT
Online via Zoom

18:30 GMT

Closing Session
Sunday January 23, 2022 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
Online via Zoom
 
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