206: Intermediate Hardanger

by Connie Wilks; revised by Carolyn Mitchell & Colleen Darling

This course is designed to provide instruction in intermediate skill levels of Hardanger embroidery. You will learn techniques for designing Hardanger, the use of colour, planning material requirements, graphing projects, creative use of traditional and contemporary materials and stitch patterns, stitching and finishing projects, as well as some historical research for this type of embroidery. The final major project is designed and stitched by you.

$210.00$255.00

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by Connie Wilks; revised by Carolyn Mitchell & Colleen Darling

This course is designed to provide instruction in intermediate skill levels of Hardanger embroidery. You will learn techniques for designing Hardanger, the use of colour, planning material requirements, graphing projects, creative use of traditional and contemporary materials and stitch patterns, stitching and finishing projects, as well as some historical research for this type of embroidery. The final major project is designed and stitched by you.

Prerequisite: Basic Counted Thread Course or equivalent from other recognized organization or institution, or as noted. Or, you may submit a minimum of three detailed slides or pictures of different pieces of your work in Hardanger, plus one unmounted piece showing a variety of stitches. The Education Director, in consultation with the Education Committee, will consider your application based on your submission.

Lessons: 8

Time: 18 months

Fee: $210 CAD or $255 CAD with the optional Binder Review

This course is available to EAC-ACB members only.

Note: No refunds once registration is complete.

About the Optional Binder Review

The binder review is an optional step once you’ve completed one of the EAC/ACB technique study courses.

With a binder review, the student will send their completed binder to the Education Director. The Education Director takes a general over-all look at the work in the course from beginning to end. Neatness, orderliness, inclusion of all course and any other information, extra work, if done, questions asked and answers and care in presenting an attractive binder is taken into account. Also looked at is skill development from beginning to end, use of colour, stitches, improvement in stitch execution, design, skill in diagramming and/or charting.

The Education Director will mail the binder with her/his notes back to the student with the Certificate of Completion and Correspondence Course Pin.

A binder review is compulsory to advance to the next level of a technique.

 

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