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AC11 - 'Invermay Wildflowers 1'

Registrations Closed
Start Date
02-Feb-2022 10:00 am
End Date
16-Feb-2022 3:00 pm
(UTC+11:00) Australia/Sydney

Registrations Are Closed

Please do not Register into this class unless you are Fully vaccinated (or will be by class start date) or you hold a medical exemption - evidence of status to be provided on arrival at Embroidery House

AC11 - 'Invermay Wildflowers 1' 
Invermay Wildflowers 1

Hardenbergia, Dillwynia and Goodenia is the first in a series of our local wildflowers in Stumpwork. Our bush block is delightfully filled with colour from September to March with an everchanging display of local wildflowers - this piece features three of them!

Embroidered in Au Ver a Soie and Cascade silks on a background of olive green silk dupion, they use three padding techniques and a number of wire techniques to create the close to actual size blooms. 

Design size - 14.5cm x 8cm

Dates: Wednesday 02/02/22 & Wednesday 16/02/22

Time: 10.00 am - 3.00 pm

Tutor: Alison Cole

Skill Level: All Levels

Room: Gallery

Class Fees:

EGV Member - $99.00

Non-member - $132.00

Kit Fee - $70.00

Note: It is necessary to read and/or download the requirements list - see Download More Information section below



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Embroidery House
170 Wattletree Road
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