Steffi Stern: Needle Felt a Proud Peacoc...
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Needle Felting, Proud Peacock By Steffi Stern BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL Workshops Sponsored by: Needle Felting, Proud Peacock By Steffi Stern Sponsored by: BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL Workshops About Needle Felt a beautiful peacock from an ‘all-in’ kit from The Makerss. You will learn how to wrap wool around wire, shaping with wool by using a felting needle and wool batts, adding features and details and mixing fibres. All whilst learning about the materials and tools you’re using. The finished size of the peacock is about 12cm tall. Suitable for beginners, new to Needle Felting. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hub. Bookers will receive full joining instructions and a session materials list. Plus, there will also be details of patterns, advance preparation guides and links of where kits can be purchased if these are applicable to your session.   You will need: 5g of New Zealand merino Navy Blue wool batts5g Lanolin Rich core wool batts5g Cornish Seaside top (in one piece about 20cm)Wisp of New Zealand Merino natural white wool battsWisp of New Zealand Merino dyed black wool batts1x 30cm Extra Strong Pipe Cleaner Small pinch of Angelina Fibre Gold Sparks 1x brooch back Wool felting mat Felting needles in medium #38 and fine #40 A sharp pair of scissors 5g of New Zealand merino Navy Blue wool batts5g Lanolin Rich core wool batts5g Cornish Seaside top (in one piece about 20cm)Wisp of New Zealand Merino natural white wool battsWisp of New Zealand Merino dyed black wool batts1x 30cm Extra Strong Pipe CleanerSmall pinch of Angelina Fibre Gold Sparks1x brooch backWool felting matFelting needles in medium #38 and fine #40A sharp pair of scissors Alternatively, a kit can be purchased from the tutor, priced at £10 including postage. The kit includes all the wool, wire, wool felting mat, 3 felting needles, full instructions and a sweet treat.To purchase from the tutor, visit: www.themakerss.co.uk. Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL Workshops About the Tutor: Steffi Stern Steffi Stern, published author, maker designer, Co-founder of The Makerss, over 15 years of needle felting experience Tutor contacts Website: www.themakerss.co.ukFacebook: www.facebook.com/themakerss.co.ukInstagram: www.instagram.com/themakerss ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Steffie Stern: Needle Felting, Little Do...
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Needle Felting, Little Dog with Armature By Steffie Stern, The Makerss BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Sponsored by: Needle Felting, Little Dog with Armature By Steffie Stern, The Makerss Sponsored by: BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Needle Felt a cute sleepy dog from an ‘all-in’ kit from The Makerss. You will learn how to wrap wool around wire, sculpt the shape, needle felt other shapes and needle felt them together. You will add features and details as well as learn how to mix fibres all whilst learning about the materials and tools you’re using. The finished size of the dog is about 10-15cm in length. Suitable for beginners, new to Needle Felting. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubTo purchase from the tutor, visit: www.themakerss.co.uk/products/dog-workshop-kit You will need: 3g of Main body colour in cream and brown wool batts1g of black wool batts1x length of extra strong pipe cleaner (20cm) Wisp of a colourful wool top (for the collar)Wool felting matFelting needles in medium #38 and fine #40 3g of Main body colour in cream and brown wool batts1g of black wool batts1x length of extra strong pipe cleaner (20cm)Wisp of a colourful wool top (for the collar)Wool felting matFelting needles in medium #38 and fine #40 Alternatively, kits can be purchased from the tutor, priced at £10 including postage. The kit includes enough felting wool and the instructions to create a little cat too, available from www.themakerss.co.uk. Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Steffi Stern Steffi Stern, published author, maker designer, co-founder of The Makerss, with over 15 years of needle felting experience. Tutor contacts Website: www.themakerss.co.ukFacebook: www.facebook.com/themakerss.co.ukInstagram: www.instagram.com/themakerss ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Angela Daymond: Hand Painted Landscape w...
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Hand Painted Landscape with Hare By Angela Daymond BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Hand Painted Landscape with Hare By Angela Daymond BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About In this workshop you will learn about how to paint your fabric and threads using fabric paint to create a beautiful and unique landscape. You can of course use your own fabric paints as these will work; just think of the landscape and nature when you are choosing your colours. As Angela uses plant base dyes to make the paints there are a limited number of workshop packs available.During the workshop you will learn different ways of applying paints to both fabrics and threads to create different effects including blending colours. You will learn how to create a landscape and then paint some brown fabric in readiness to appliqué a hare onto your landscape.During the workshop you will be able to dry your work with a hair dryer so that the focus can change to the stitch. Angela will show you how stitch can create movement and perspective to your work, she will also talk about different types of hand appliqué.This is suitable for all abilities. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hub.  You will need: Fabric paints in the following colours; yellow (land), mid blues (think sky colours), dark brown (hare)White cotton fabric 8” x 10” and 4” x 8”Two pieces of cotton muslin 8” x 10”Perlé 12 threads (or similar such as stranded embroidery floss) in white, yellow, green, grey, blue (you will learn how to paint some of the white thread) Basic sewing kit to include scissors, tacking thread, pins and embroidery needlesPaintbrushes and sponges for printingHairdryer for drying your workMasking tapeFreezer paper Fabric paints in the following colours; yellow (land), mid blues (think sky colours), dark brown (hare)White cotton fabric 8” x 10” and 4” x 8”Two pieces of cotton muslin 8” x 10”Perlé 12 threads (or similar such as stranded embroidery floss) in white, yellow, green, grey, blue (you will learn how to paint some of the white thread)Basic sewing kit to include scissors, tacking thread, pins and embroidery needlesPaintbrushes and sponges for printingHairdryer for drying your workMasking tapeFreezer paper Alternatively, a limited number of workshop kits are available, price £17.50 which includes postage. This includes three pots of naturally pigmented paints handmade by Angela, fabrics, threads, needle and threads.To purchase from the tutor, please email: angela@angeladaymond.com Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Angela Daymond Angela has been stitching since she could hold a needle, encouraged by her mother and grandmother. She finds hand stitching therapeutic as well as artistic and hardly a day goes by without a needle and thread passing through her hands. Angela has taught at all The Knitting and Stitching Shows for many years and still gets a thrill out of passing on her extensive skills to others. Angela has exhibited widely, written for magazines and has published seven books. She has ideas for many more, sharing her love and passion for stitching to everyone.   Tutor contacts Website: https://angeladaymond.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/angeladaymondtextileartistInstagram: www.instagram.com/angela_daymondTwitter: https://twitter.com/fenland_textile ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Lucy Rowan: Punch Needlework for Beginne...
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Punch Needlework for Beginners By Lucy Rowan, Peas and Needles BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Punch Needlework for Beginners By Lucy Rowan, Peas and Needles BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Punch needle is a type of embroidery using a hollow needle, you use this needle to punch through the fabric to create loops. It creates an effect similar to a hooked rug which makes an interesting design and texture. Lucy teaches you how to use the punch needle and create this beautiful botanical hoop art.The class covers how to stretch your fabric and transfer the design, how to combine different yarns so you can create different effects and textures and how to finish off. Materials Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hub.Alternatively, a kit is available from the tutor, priced at £45 which includes the punch needle, hoop, threads and fabrics.To purchase from the tutor, please visit: www.peasandneedles.co.uk You will need: Punch NeedleNeedle threader or a piece of thick cottonAppropriate fabric e.g. monks cloth, hessian, linen – 12 inches or 30cm squareWool – 1 x ball of chunky cream, 1 x ball of chunky green, 1 x ball of chunky light green Embroidery hoop – 9 inches or 23cmWool needleScissorsPen Punch NeedleNeedle threader or a piece of thick cottonAppropriate fabric e.g. monks cloth, hessian, linen – 12 inches or 30cm squareWool – 1 x ball of chunky cream, 1 x ball of chunky green, 1 x ball of chunky light greenEmbroidery hoop – 9 inches or 23cmWool needleScissorsPen Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Lucy Rowan Lucy Rowan is a wool-based fibre artist from the South coast with a love of playful colours and textures. Born without a sense of smell, she believes her sense of complementary colours has been heightened to compensate. Author of ’40 Knots and How to Tie Them’ with her next book ‘Punch Needle Embroidery for Beginners’ out in November 2020. Tutor contacts Web: peasandneedles.co.ukFacebook: peasandneedlesblogInstagram: @peasandneedlesTwitter: @peasandneedles ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Katie Mitchell: Make a Macramé Plant Ha...
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Make a Macrame Plant Hanger By Katie Mitchell, By-Me BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Make a Macrame Plant Hanger By Katie Mitchell, By-Me BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Macramé is so on-trend now. Katie Mitchell from By-Me shows how to make a macramé plant hanger from start to finish. Be warned though once you start you will be hooked on Macramé! You will be taken through each step, from choosing your cord, learning the wrapped, spiral and square knot to finishing and trimming and then testing your newly made plant hanger with your own plant and pot. Along the way, Katie will share a variety of macramé tips and techniques during this 90-minute session. Suitable for beginners, new to macramé. Materials Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hub.Alternatively, a kit is available from the tutor, called DNA Plant Hanger, priced at £14.99 with a choice of four colours.To purchase from the tutor, please click here. You will need: 25 metres of cord ideally 5mm thick, but any chunky cord will be fine. Avoid using wool as it’s quite difficult to knot.Wooden Ring – you can use a wooden curtain ring from any DIY store (55mm diameter)Tape measure/rulerScissors An S hook (optional)Pot and plant to try your new creation.Somewhere to hang your hanger – which makes it easier to handle when making knots. Suggestions are: a clothes rail/clothes horse or airer, a hook on the back of the door/ back of the chair. Preferably at chest level if possible 25 metres of cord ideally 5mm thick, but any chunky cord will be fine. Avoid using wool as it’s quite difficult to knot.Wooden Ring – you can use a wooden curtain ring from any DIY store (55mm diameter)Tape measure/rulerScissorsAn S hook (optional)Pot and plant to try your new creation.Somewhere to hang your hanger – which makes it easier to handle when making knots. Suggestions are: a clothes rail/clothes horse or airer, a hook on the back of the door/ back of the chair. Preferably at chest level if possible Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Katie Mitchell Katie Mitchell is a passionate designer/maker who loves tying knots! Kate runs her business creating macramé plant hangers/wall hangings and bespoke projects from her home in South Eat London. Katie’s workshops are fun and relaxed and a great place to connect with like minded people.  Tutor contacts Web: www.by-me.london Facebook: bymekatieInstagram: @by_me_katie  ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Kate Khullar: Pom Pom Christmas Wreath
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Pom Pom Christmas Wreath with Baubles & Bow By Kate Khullar BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Pom Pom Christmas Wreath with Baubles & Bow By Kate Khullar BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Join Kate from Little Dot Loves for a fun session to make your own pom pom wreath. You will be using a wreath base and five colours of yarn. Kate will show how to make the pompoms and use a hot glue gun to build up the wreath adding baubles as well.This class is suitable for all abilities. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubBookers will receive full joining instructions and a session materials list. Plus, there will also be details of patterns, advance preparation guides and links of where kits can be purchased if these are applicable to your session.   You will need: 5 colours of DK yarn5 BaublesWreath Base MDF Hot Glue Gun1 Bow 5 colours of DK yarn5 BaublesWreath Base MDFHot Glue Gun1 Bow Alternatively, you can purchase a kit from the tutor which includes the yarn, hot glue gun and MDF wreath base, priced at £32.To purchase from the tutor, please click here.  Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Kate Khullar Kate believes in making time for calm. Serial maker, and unapologetic optimist. Tutor contacts Website: www.littledotloves.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/littledotlovesInstagram: www.instagram.com/littledotloves ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Sarah Burnett-Moore: Christmas ‘Ku...
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Christmas 'Kusudama' Japanese Origami Bauble By Sarah Burnett- Moore BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Christmas 'Kusudama' Japanese Origami Bauble By Sarah Burnett- Moore BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Using decorative paper and thread/yarn we will use an old Japanese origami technique to make 60 petals then assemble five of the petals into a flower and then use all 12 flowers to make a Kusudama (Flower Ball).We will then make a tassel and add it together with a loop for hanging. Traditionally these were hand-sewn but we will use PVA.Suitable for all abilities. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubBookers will receive full joining instructions and a session materials list. Plus, there will also be details of patterns, advance preparation guides and links of where kits can be purchased if these are applicable to your session.   You will need: 60 squares of decorative paper – origami paper is perfect but old wrapping paper or magazine pages work just as well. Minimum size 5cm but probably easier if you go larger10 x 15mm bulldog clipsEmbroidery thread or lightweight yarnA tassel maker ScissorsPaper folder if you have one or a dessert spoonPot of PVA glueFine paintbrushPot of water 60 squares of decorative paper – origami paper is perfect but old wrapping paper or magazine pages work just as well. Minimum size 5cm but probably easier if you go larger10 x 15mm bulldog clipsEmbroidery thread or lightweight yarnA tassel makerScissorsPaper folder if you have one or a dessert spoonPot of PVA glueFine paintbrushPot of water Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Sarah Burnett Moore Doctor by day, crafter by night – Sarah paints, illustrates, makes hats and does bookbinding as well as other paper arts. Tutor contacts Facebook: www.facebook.com/craftpunkdesignInstagram: www.instagram.com/craftpunkdesign ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Tess Grace: Block Print a Festive Christ...
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Block Print a Festive Christmas Stocking By Tess Grace BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Block Print a Festive Christmas Stocking By Helen Moyes BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About During this workshop Tess will walk you through all the basic steps of Block Printing, how to work out a design for your stocking and the printing process and by the end of the workshop you will have hand printed yourself a festive Christmas stocking. Tess will also show you how else you can use your printing kit to hand print other fabric items, Cards, Tags and wrapping paper to use this Christmas.Suitable for all abilities. Materials Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubAlternatively, a kit is available from the tutor, that includes all of the equipment you need for this workshop, there are several variations to choose from depending on the designs and colours you prefer. Cost of workshop kit from The Arty Crafty Place £30 – £45.To purchase from the tutor, click here. Blank Fabric Christmas stocking to decorateBlank Cards, Envelopes & TagsFabric Paint in festive Christmas colours. We suggest Red, Green, Gold & SilverSelection of Christmas Indian Printing Blocks Paint Tray, Sponges and a Foam Printing Mat (or a yoga/ camping mat)Optional – Gloves and apronBin bag or newspaper to cover table Blank Fabric Christmas stocking to decorateBlank Cards, Envelopes & TagsFabric Paint in festive Christmas colours. We suggest Red, Green, Gold & SilverSelection of Christmas Indian Printing BlocksPaint Tray, Sponges and a Foam Printing Mat (or a yoga/ camping mat)Optional – Gloves and apronBin bag or newspaper to cover table Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Tess Grace Tess Grace is a block printing tutor who has a passion for pattern, printing and crafting. Tess’ love for block printing started in India, after travelling and learning how to print in Jaipur. Tess and her mother, Maggie, own ‘The Arty Crafty Place’, a creative retail business and craft studio in Oxfordshire. They design and sell a range of Indian Printing Blocks, Fabric Blanks, Paints & Printing supplies. Tess also has a YouTube channel where you can find lots of Printing Tutorials & Projects. Tutor contacts Web: theartycraftyplace.co.ukFacebook: TheArtyCraftyPlaceInstagram: @theartycraftyplacePinterest: ArtyCplace/_createdYouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCDY6cUjdvUQj-tcMNybF48w ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.