Drawing with Thread: Embroidery Class
*1PM Class: Beginner Level *3PM Class: Intermediate Level Learn embroidery in this two hours workshop at Twigg's Bindery! Artist Junghwa Park will guide you through the basics of stitches, tools, and composition. During class you will compose a drawing, combine stitching techniques to form your image, and execute on a loom or on a personal item of your own. Students are welcome to bring their own item to embroider such as a scarf, shirt or pillowcase, however it is not necessary. All materials needed are included. Beginner Class - The basics of embroidery: tools, supplies, stitches - How to combine technique to form images Intermediate Class - How to apply your own drawing on embroidery - How to apply embroidery skill on your everyday object * Any private class or team building class is available. Please contact us on Verlocal messaging system with guest number and time.
Junghwa is a freelance illustrator and craft teacher at Twigg's Bindery. She does not only draw but she also applies her creativity on objects such as leather, wool, ceramic, felt, embroidery, and wood. Her clients include The Boston Globe, Le Parc Du Chocolat, Papercrown, Momentum Magazine, Caffe Bene, and Havas Worldwide. Also, she was published Frankie, Brown Paper bag , Illustration west 53, Pendulum illustration magazine, Visual Opinion , and NY Arts Magazine. Twigg’s Bindery is a modern atelier located in heart of Brooklyn's cultural district. We've been manufacturing both luxury journals and everyday notebooks since 2010 and have captured the attention of people who love books and value the art of hand-craft. Through design and education, Artist and Owner Jonna Twigg is expanding the reach of Twigg's Bindery and establishing it as a destination for anyone in need of a place to write, plan, draw or dream. Find profiles of Jonna and the Bindery in the pages of Vogue, New York Magazine, Fortune, and Martha Stewart among many others. Twigg’s Bindery is an eco-conscious manufacturer and is committed to working with companies that support good environmental practices. Nearly all the materials we use come from the United States and all the books are made in New York City. Twigg's Bindery website: http://www.twiggsbindery.com Junghwa's website: www.junghwapark.com
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