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SEWING - WELLBEING SATURDAYS: INTRODUCTION TO REDWORK EMBROIDERY

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Course Summary
An outline of Red work and a brief look at the history of its beginnings. Learning the embroidery stitches required. Completing a piece of Red work stitching.

Experience/Skills Required To Join This Course
Basic sewing skills and an interest in embroidery.

What Is The Course About?
Red work is a form of American embroidery using red for the stitching and calico or Osnaburg to stitch on.

For The Session(s) You Will Need:
You will need a basic sewing kit , embroidery needles and a skein of DMC embroidery thread number 815. You can use other shades of red I prefer this one.

Additional Costs And/Or Resources:
Fabric for your project, needles and embroidery cotton. PLEASE NOTE: Any additional costs that arise for resources needed will be paid for by the learner, including scissors. We do provide some basic resources ie sewing machines, thread, bobbin cases, pins, however we find that most learners prefer to have their own supply of these to suit the project they are working on.

How Will I Know How I Am Getting On?
You will have question and answer time and 1 to 1 time with the tutor. Also from your ILP this is a document where you set your goals with the tutor.

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Once you start, if you have further queries and/or support needs, please talk to the tutor. We also offer support to help people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. If you have a disability, learning difficulty, health problem or mental health difficulty that may affect your learning or participation, please contact us for further advice.

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