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1.5 hours

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Any Level

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Jacqui Viljoen

Philip Viljoen

Introduce and explain the Crewel Embroidery Technique. Settings need to be changed in the program

Expected learning & outcomes

Introduce and explain the Crewel Embroidery Technique How to..

About this course

This course is intended for Bernina Embroidery Software 7 owners who want to learn more about Crewel Embroidery Technique using Bernina Software 7.

Crewel embroidery, or Crewelwork, is a type of surface embroidery using wool or Lana from Madeira or other thread brands. A wide variety of different embroidery stitches are used to follow a design outline applied to the fabric. The technique is at least a thousand years old.

The origin of the word crewel is unknown but is thought to come from an ancient word describing the curl in the staple, the single hair of the wool. Crewel wool has a long staple; it is fine and can be strongly twisted. Modern crewel wool is a fine, 2-ply or 1-ply yarn available in many different colours.

The tipical Crewel design will have long stitches as part of the design

This course is more than 60 min of Bernina Software 7, and the 11 th course that is more advanced techniques used where we will explain pull Crewel Embroidery Technique using Bernina Software 7.

We have broken the course down into 6 lectures of not more than 14 min each for your convenience. In each lecture we will cover a section

In the last lecture ( Bonus Lecture ) you will find the download for the complete course as one video

Please feel free to try our introduction course as well.

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