Two day Course
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th September
All Materials Supplied Including Kit worth £40
Leaning on traditional techniques, learn a new modern way to create goldwork embroidery in Georgina’s distinctive style.
This 2-day experience takes an in-depth look at the creation of Georgina Bellamy’s popular “Jewel of the Sea” project which features in Inspiration Magazine’s latest best-selling embroidery book, “Passion of Needlework III”
Students will learn how to create the pad work from the designer herself, as well as some new tips and tricks to personalise your very own creation.
Over the 2 days you will learn in-depth how to take a pattern from concept to creation while also gaining much insight into how to use goldwork purls.
The final piece can be mounted in a variety of ways, each discussed at the end of class so you can take away your very own tiny piece of couture textile art.
This course takes you further into the art of couture hand embroidery, allowing you to create a larger more detailed piece.
Includes homemade lunch and refreshments both days
About the Artist
Georgina Bellamy is an embroidery artist and designer from London. Graduating from The London College of Fashion with a degree in embroidery and surface design, Georgina has gone on to work for many designers and artists as well as creating her own art work for her company “That Embroidery Girl”.
She now teaches 3D embroidery widely, as well as exhibiting nationally and in Europe.
Much of her work focuses on creating 3D structures out of goldwork- metal wires often used traditionally in military regalia. The end result is a very hard, solid sculpture very similar to jewellery.
Leaning on traditional techniques the class will learn a new modern way to create goldwork embroidery in Georgina’s distinctive style.
What you will need to bring
All materials and equipment are included on this course