hand Stitched Animals Workshop at The Steel Rooms


23rd September 2017 10:00 - 16:00


Hand Stitched Animals Workshop at The Steel Rooms

Level: All levels

Tutor: Jo Smith

Date: Saturday 23 September 10am – 4pm

Cost: £46 per person includes all materials + light refreshments.

About The Workshop:

This workshop will enable you to hand stitch your very own animal. Working from the image you take to the workshop you will be able to recreate this using the delicate art of hand stitch. Please be sure to bring an image of the animal you wish to work from. This needs to be clear, in colour and enlarged if not, simply email to info@thesteelrooms.com and we can alter the image for your use at the workshop.

There will be the option to applique, stitch and paint on to the material. This workshop is appropriate for complete beginners and can be as complicated or as simple as you’d like to make it.

All materials are included in the workshop but if you have any materials / bits you’d like to use, please do bring them along.

About Jo:

Since graduating in Fine & Applied Art in 2012 Jo has been chosen as an Embroiderers Guild Scholar and is a member of two contemporary textile groups – Prism and Eleven. Jo’s work has been published in two books and she is now a fashion and textile tutor based in North East Lincolnshire.

Jo more recently won 2nd prize at 20-21’s Open exhibition in 2016 and 1st prize at The Steel Room’s open exhibition 2014. Jo continues to exhibit her work throughout the country and remains the resident artist at Grimsby School of Art, Grimsby.

To book a place on this or any of our other workshops, call in to our shop or telephone 01652 657256. Please note, to ensure your place is secured on any of our workshops, we ask that payment is made in full at the point of booking.


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