Freehand Machine Embroidery One Day Course – Exploring Maps
and a delicious home cooked Indian Lunch
Cockpit Arts Holborn, Northington Street, London WC1N 2NP
Dates Saturday 23 June 2018 | 10am – 4pm
Course Fee £150
Places 6 students
Treat yourself to a creative day learning a new skill and enjoy a lovely home cooked Indian lunch at our studio. Working with a map of your choice, you will learn to master freehand machine embroidery. Under Ekta’s expert guidance you will learn to transfer your drawings, use a variety of embroidery stitches & effects & leave with a beautiful piece of art that you can frame. You will receive notes and a list of suppliers to take home. All materials are included. Machines will be provided. Basic familiarity with a sewing machine is required.
About your tutor
Ekta Kaul is an award winning textile artist and an experienced tutor. She set up her studio practice in 2008 after winning the Craft Council’s prestigious business set up award Next Move. Her work is held in several private collections and is stocked at some of the best galleries in the UK and the US. Ekta regularly exhibits at national and international events and works from her studio in Bloomsbury, Central London.
- Fabrics, sewing supplies
- Use of machines, specialist tools and equipment
- List of suppliers
- A delicious home-cooked Indian lunch
Here’s what our happy students say
“I thoroughly enjoyed the course with Ekta, renewing my interest in sewing, yet doing something I had never done before ie machine embroidery. I decided to come to Ekta’s workshop because I so liked what she made for the Christmas Fair and I wanted to learn her techniques. I am close to retirement and am looking to spend time doing something creative, making items that are unique, attractive and useful and can be given as presents. I am so inspired I am now bidding on e-bay for a Bernina sewing machine!”
“I so enjoyed the course – it was really well structured and delivered in a way that was supportive, encouraged confidence and crucially – was hugely inspiring. I went home, my head buzzing with ideas and have already managed to carve out some time to do some hand stitching embellishment (place names) and dust off my sewing machine – just to be check that I could do free embroidery – ( I can)!