Atlanta, GA

Beginning Redwork Embroidery
Teacher: Embroiderers' Guild of America - Dogwood Chapter
Friday, March 12, 2021
8:30 AM-11:30 AM
Code(s): H116X, J132 Hands on Workshop
Atlanta - Infinite Energy Center
Pre-Registration Closed
Pricing Information
Session Value: 2
Price Per Session (before discount): $23.00
Materials Fee: $7.00

The embroidery technique of Redwork became popular in the early 1900's and patterns quickly became available in women's magazines, by mail and at parties. Patterns were printed on muslin blocks and stitched with red thread using outline or stem stitch, satin stitch, lazy daisy stitches and French knots. The patterns continue to be mainly whimsical, featuring animals, birds, fruits, and children. They are now done with different color threads, including overdyes and are finished into quilt blocks and other quilted novelties. In the 21st century, the quilting world has combined this historical and fun embroidery technique with new threads, fabrics, and finishing for a brand-new and popular look.

  • Student Maximum: 15
  • Category(ies): Rookies and Refreshers, Fiber and Needle Arts, Just for Fun, Home Décor, Stretch Your Creativity
  • Experience Level:


  • Supply List:

    6-inch embroidery hoop, scissors 

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