Monogramming Online Class Part 3
£15.00 – £30.00
The most in depth look we have ever shared on monogramming, we get up close and personal with the letters. We will be working on a classic 8mm high monogram, the sort you may have seen used on shirts or handkerchieves.
In this class we demonstrate four letters that cover a lot of the common elements we see in the alphabet so you can apply your new knowledge to stitching out whatever you like. We also talk about window mounting your item, to open up your embroidery onto pretty much anything you care to try to stitch on.
There are no kits required for this class or series, we just make suggestions of things to use and alternatives that we hope you will already have access to at home so there is no reason to delay.
Equipment and Materials Needed:
- Embroidery Hoop (regular, table clamp, seat, or slate frame)
- Calico fabric (or similar)
- Item to be embroidered (cotton or silk suggested)
- Needle (ideally fine needle – Sharpe or Embroidery Needle)
- Stiletto (optional)
- Pencil (ideally mechanical)
- Embroidery Stranded Cotton or similar
- Tacking thread (normal sewing thread)
- Tracing Paper
- Printed Letter Template (Downloadable)
Pricker (option: needle/pin)
- Felt Rubber (Roll up Felt Strip loose weave fabric pounce ‘bag’)
- Pricker Board (option: Bullion Board or folded up fabric)
- Pounce (charcoal, chalk/cuttlefish bone or mix both for grey)
Thank you once again to those who bought the whole series in advance, it means a lot to us and your video will be waiting for you in your inbox. If that isn’t you, it’s not too late to join the lettering party. There are no kits required for this class or series, we just make suggestions of things to use and alternatives that we hope you will already have access to at home so there is no reason to delay. You could be stitching along with us in a matter of minutes!
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This class is for personal use only, all rights reserved. Have fun, stitch well, keep making beautiful things.