The London Embroidery School held a private organdie rose class with Mississippi State Universities students, studying Fashion Design and Visual Merchandising during their recent visit to London. They were keen to learn some practical skills to take home with them and what better experience could there be of the British Summer than learning how to make a fabric rose?
The London Embroidery School provided two tutors, Pearl and Meg, to teach this intricate technique. They both showed the students how to make these beautiful roses from start to finish, using some incredible bias fabric manipulation techniques.
These hand made roses are soft to the touch and can be made in any size. You can use them instantly to embellish things like cushions, clothing and you can even sport them as a hair accessory; a la Pearl!
And here is the class wearing their beautiful hand made roses.
Embroidery classes can be great for team building in corporate events or a great crafty idea for a hen do as well as additional college activity. If you have a class in mind that you would be interested in arranging, please get in contact with us.
Alternatively, click here to read more about the details of this class and book your place here. The next public class is on the 10th August, 6:30-8:30pm.
Claire Barrett is an embroidery designer who has been working in the embroidery industry for six years. A former Creative Director at Hand & Lock, Claire runs Hawthorne & Heaney, dealing with celebrity clients such as Kanye West and high profile companies such as Henry Poole & Company Savile Row tailors. Claire is passionate about making embroidery accessible to everyone by offering sponsorships to young designers and even running the London Embroidery School to teach beginners classes to those who are interested in getting a taste of what embroidery has to offer.