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Stumpwork & Hand Embroidery with Annette Bolton

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Course: Stumpwork & Hand Embroidery with Annette Bolton
Tutor: Annette Bolton
Start Date: 13th August 2018
Start Time: 9.30am
End Date: 17th August 2018
End Time: 4.00pm
Res Fee (from): £826.00
Non Res Fee: £270.00 What's included?

The project for this exciting course will be a 'Garden Embellished Companion'. A practical companion with a theme of beautiful hares in a cottage garden setting, drawing inspiration from embroidery stitches of the 1950s, to give a vintage look as well as contemporary ideas. A complete set of embroidered accessories will complement the companion, enabling you to hold all your sewing articles and tools, not only lovely as a keepsake but also a delight to use. If you prefer, there will also be an opportunity to work on a small piece of Stumpwork and delve into its background and history. A beautiful raised work technique which was very popular in the 1600s, and revived in the Victorian times.

This course is part of Week Two of the Dillington Summer School. Residents arrive for Tea on Sunday 12 August and depart after breakfast on Saturday 18 August. 
 

Tutor Information

Annette Bolton

Annette Bolton studied City and Guilds in a variety of subjects covering beading, hand and machine embroidery, Stumpwork, mixed media and design. She has been teaching for over 20 years and has a great passion for her subject, a regular contributor to stitching and beading magazines, as well as being a registered tutor for the learning curve at Alexandra Palace and the Great British Bead Show.

 

For further information about Annette's work visit her website  http://www.annettebolton.co.uk/

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In its commitment to the arts and to broader and even peripheral aspects of culture, Dillington House is a beacon of enlightenment in a world of increasing sameness, mediocrity and uncritical acceptance. And there is much to be said for the home cooking too. I unhesitatingly commend it to all who are still intellectually alert. Brian Sewell