Our New Group Course…..

gcc dresden gardengcc dresden garden closeDresden Garden introduces the student to the technique of Dresden Lace, a combination of pulled thread stitches, where fabric threads are distorted to form holes. Flat stitches, reverse herringbone, shadow work, and padded satin stitches will be covered. The difference between pulled thread and Dresden Lace is the fabric on which it is worked. Pulled thread can be worked on any count fabric; however, Dresden is worked on a fine handkerchief linen type fabric. Dresden is always worked with combination stitches, flat stitches and pulled thread stitches with a background of the four-sided stitch. This project can be framed, placed on a box top, used as a ring bearer’s pillow or for a guest towel border, to name a few.

Teacher: Jane Ellen Balzuweit

Size: 4.5″ x 3.25″

Fabric: Legacy shadow work linen

Thread: Stranded cotton

Skill: Advanced Intermediate

Prerequisites: Knowledge of reading charts, experience with pulled thread

Time: Three months

Fee: $175 per group

Text: $40, spiral bound

Supplies (approximate): Less than $10

Signups for this course will begin July 1, 2016

 Signups for this course will close September 30, 2016

About MV EGA Editor

Mohawk Valley Embroidery Guild of America - Local chapter in the Central New York State- New Hartford, NY. We meet the first Monday of the month- unless it is a holiday- then the following Monday.
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