We are pleased to say our Freelance Embroider, Ami Waring, has her award winning garment on show at The Garden Museum, London. Ami’s finished garment is on display alongside unseen process pictures, explanations of the stages, the photoshoot and her inspiration for the project. The garment itself is sensational with hundreds of hours […]
This weekend we have a few spaces left on our Tambour weekend workshop. This is a beginners class, you will learn the basics of this couture technique. How to use the tambour hook. How to apply beads Finally how to apply sequins The class will take place in a Fitzrovia studio on Saturday […]
This weeks designer focus is Hannah Mansfield, also known as The Perpetual Maker over on Instagram. Hannah is a freelance fashion embroider from Bristol. After graduating with a degree in textile design, Hannah has gone on to create and explore the world of tambour and goldwork,this exploration also has recently awarded her with 3rd prize […]
London Embroidery School have a new course which is perfect for anyone who has ever wanted to customise a piece their clothing/accessory but didn’t know how. Our tutor Sonja, will go over how you can jazz up an item by stitching, beading and printing on to it. You can take an old garment and give it […]
The London Embroidery School is incredibly excited to announce that we have another exclusive masterclass with embroidery for costume extraordinaire, Michele Carragher. Following on from the success of the Jewelled Beetle Class Michele held for us a couple of years ago, we have a new masterclass to share with you where we will be working […]
Indian Ari Hooks with wooden handles are back in stock after high demand! These packs come with three hooks in them and is very similar to a Tambour hook but very fine and longer. Average length of tip 2-3cm, including handle 9-10cm.