Palestinian Textiles

28th September 2018

21st January 2019

10:00 To 16:00

//www.deborahmullins.uk

Event Description

‘Open Bethlehem; a different take on Bethlehem couching’
Create your own piece using tahriri stitching, but this time using wire on handmade felt: a ‘freed up’ version of Bethlehem work, with flowing lines and a sense of movement.

With Deborah Mullins see her work at www.deborahmullins.uk or deborahmullinsembroidery at Facebook & Instagram.

All materials provided-just bring a sewing kit including chenille needles(sharp, large eye for perle 3 threads.

 

Venue: Word of Mouth on Valley Rd

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