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Today we are really excited to be launching our Organdie Roses Online Class where you will learn to make these stunning sculptural flowers. Ideal for use in bouquets, millinery, table settings you name it and these flowers will be there ready to make a big impression. By harnessing the unusual properties of the organdie we will talk you through preparing your fabric, shaping your petals and constructing your rose.
Kits are also available to go alongside this class which will provide you with the materials needed for us to guide you in making your rose.
Once purchased, the link to the class will be delivered to your email, taking you directly to the full class. You can watch the video as many times as you like, wherever you like, whenever you like.
Once purchased, the link to the class will be delivered to your email, taking you directly to the full class. You can watch the video as many times as you like, at your own convenience, in the comfort of your home.
These packs will be made up of the off cuts and include 4 colours of organdie to make 4 roses with, the fabric for each colour will be in 2 or 3 pieces rather than the usual 1 piece of 30x30cm, but will still of course we more than enough to make a rose from. The colours included will be a random selection from our main range of colours; sunshine yellow, seafoam green, lavender lilac, rosewood pink and terracotta orange.
The icing on the cake is that these packs which make 4 roses will be only £15, a saving of 25% on the regular single colour packs which means one of your roses is free!
Snap up yours while stocks last by selecting the lucky dip packs from the drop down of the Organdie Rose Mini Kits product.
Seeing as you all seemed to enjoy our organdie roses class and kits so much, we have been very much looking forward to sharing with you the news that are expanding our colour range. In addition to the lovely sunshine yellow we started with, we will now be stocking mini kits in 4 other colours, Rosewood Pink, Terracotta orange, Seafoam Green and Lavender Lilac.
As you can see these colours are great to mix together or match to you own colour scheme. The sculptural nature of the organdie roses means that you can manipulate them to be as big and open, or newly blooming a flower as you wish. Where do you plan on using your organdie roses, I’ve got mine earmarked for millinery, table settings, bouquets, hair accessories, corsages….
Find these in the kits heading of online classes on the london embroidery school website to have your mini kits sent to you at home.