Knotted Landscape Online Class Part 1 & All


(2 customer reviews)
Texture is the order of the day in our Knotted Landscape Online Class and Kit. Working in knotted embroidery stitches this class uses a variety of surfaces to create this mountain scene landscape design. Starting off we will explore the differences between the traditional French Knot and its counterparts the Colonial and Chinese Knots. We will try these stitches at different scales and with different materials to test the variations in the effects we can create with these variations.

Later we will look at some of the other things we can do to a French Knot to make it into a loop, turn it into a Pistil Stitch or finally a Bullion Knot. The kit includes all the materials needed to complete the artwork which is taught over the course of 3 online classes. Suitable for those who have some basic embroidery experience and equipment but have not necessarily tried knotted stitches before. You will come away from the class with a clear understanding of the differences between the seven knotted stitches and the effect of stranded cotton, pearl cotton, yarn and ribbon on them.

Part 1: French Knots, Colonial & Chinese Knots

Part 2: German Knotted Stitch, Detached Knot & Running Stitch

Part 3: Pistil Stitch & more


Own Equipment Needed:


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.

Want to see what all the fuss is about first? Watch the video below to see a taster version of the class.

More details for the Part 2 & the taster video, please click me 🙂

Part 3

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This class is for personal use only, all rights reserved.

Have fun, stitch well, keep making beautiful things.

2 reviews for Knotted Landscape Online Class Part 1 & All

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  1. Even though I have done lots of embroidery I still learnt a lot. It was fun using the different threads and ribbons and I am pleased with my finished piece. The videos were easy to watch and the demonstrations were clear and the speed was also good.

  2. Excellent!

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