Emerald Dragonfly Cyber Class - ALISON COLE EMBROIDERY

Emerald Dragonfly Cyber Class



The Emerald Dragonfly cyber class features Goldwork embroidery techniques along with shimmering paua shell laminate to create the design.

The class is taught over two lessons and includes preparation, transferring the design, padding with felt, use of pearl purl, smooth, bright check and wire check purls. This design is suitable for embroiderers of all skill levels.

The kit contains all fabrics, English gilt and coloured metal threads, paua shell laminate, Swarovski Crystals, Mill Hill beads, needles and pattern required to work the design.  Once you have registered for the class, your kit and welcome letter with requirements list and passwords will be sent to you.

The Cyber Class notes will be posted online at two week intervals and contain step by step instructions and colour photographs as if you were watching over my shoulder as I stitch.  You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the PDF file.  This is free to download at http://get.adobe.com/reader/

As mentioned, an online Forum has been created for Cyber Class participants to talk to each other about their progress, ask me questions and post photos.  This is a closed forum that only emerald Dragonfly Cyber Class participants can enter. If you wish to ask me any questions about this, please feel free to email me.

Your registering for the Cyber Class indicates your agreement to Copyright terms and conditions – that the instructions, photos and design are the intellectual property of Alison Cole Embroidery and may not be copied, sold or taught – in part or in full – without the written permission from the author

Price:  $110.00 Worldwide.  This cost includes the kit, airmail postage with tracking and the two lessons to work the project.

The lessons will be posted online on 30th November and 14th December 2018.

The class will conclude on the 4th January, 2019.

The class is limited to 30 participants – bookings are now closed. The closing date for bookings is 30th october, 2018 (to allow for mailing of kits to international locations).

If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to email me.