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Wed, Oct 09

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UW Botanic Garden

Embroider A Botanical Cyanotype

Join in creating a faux embroidered cyanotype print!

Embroider A Botanical Cyanotype
Embroider A Botanical Cyanotype

Time & Location

Oct 09, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

UW Botanic Garden, 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About the event

Embroider your blue era. Cyanotyping is one of the earliest photographic processes that uses sunlight to capture an image and create a blue print. This concept inspired my Cyanotype Botanicals embroidery design. Even if it's not a sunny day, you can still enjoy a gorgeous blue botanical design.

Join in creating a faux cyanotype! In this beginner-friendly hand embroidery workshop with author and fiber artist Melissa Galbraith of MCreativeJ you'll learn hand embroidery basics and get started creating a blue botanical design. This workshop will go over beginner embroidery basics and stitches such as the split back stitch, leaf stitch, detached chain stitch, and French knot.

Class is best suited for ages 12+. No prior embroidery experience is needed. All skill levels are welcome.

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