11/7: Embroidered Boob Shirt

11/7: Embroidered Boob Shirt

from 60.00

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Date: Thursday, November 7th, 2019: 6:00 - 8:00pm

Location: 416 E. State Street - Loading Dock

Time: 2 hour workshop

In this 2 hour class, you will practice basic embroidery stitches and then continue on working on the shirt embroidery. A beautiful color palette of embroidery thread will be provided and students will be encouraged experiment with stitches and color selection with guidance from the instructor. After this workshop, you will be experienced in basic embroidery skills and feel confident in how to apply craft in transforming everyday objects. Light snacks and beverages will be provided!

In this workshop, we will:

  • learn basic stitches on hoop

  • learn how to draw on fabric

  • learn how to comfortably use a hoop and embroidery thread

  • apply design to a shirt of your own or crew neck tee short provided by Foundry

The following supplies are included:

  • 1 piece of sample fabric

  • 4 inch embroidery hoop

  • selection of colorful embroidery thread

  • scissor snips

  • needle

  • fabric chalk


  • open to all levels including beginners

You will go home with:

  • a hoop with a fabric sample of practice stitches along with an embroidered boob shirt of your own design (if you are not able to finish the design in the class you will have the skills + tools to finish from home)

**If you are bringing in your own shirt please keep in mind that the fabric should be light to mid weight

Instructor: Natasha Keller of Clothes Horse Studio is a designer and artist living in the Finger Lakes. Having started out her career in the field of sexuality education, Natasha’s love of textiles and design eventually became her focus.  Over the past twelve years she has designed and produced her own line of women’s clothing, handbags, wallets and home accessories. She has worked collaboratively with a local boutique to design and produce an in-house line of women’s vintage-inspired dresses, while continuing to build her couture dressmaking skills through the creation of formal dresses and bridal gowns.  She has worked as a professional silk-screener, surface designer, model, writer and art curator. She brings a dramatic, elegant and eclectic aesthetic to all of her work.

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