This Embroidery Class Will Have You Thinking Outside the Hoop
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This Embroidery Class Will Have You Thinking Outside the Hoop

In the era of Champagne gummy bears and coloring book wine labels, it seems like every day we’re uncovering new ways to enjoy more of our favorites at once. Ready for your next favorite two-in-one hobby? Two words: embroidered typography.

Kristen Gula of Gulush Threads returns this week to teach her second class for Brit + Co. Launching later this month, this Embroidered Typography online class takes skills taught in her intro course up a notch, incorporating dimensional floral designs with the use of negative space to form letters and phrases.

Start by creating a unique floral wall hanging and learn embroidery skills that you can use to take on so many #stitchventures! (Confession: We lifted that hashtag from Kristen ;) Did you know that you can embroider photographs, stationery, pillows, jewelry, sneakers and more? After this class, you’ll definitely be thinking outside the hoop.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Learn advanced stitching techniques
  • Stitch flowers, leaves and branches with dimension and detail
  • Create letters using negative space

Kristen is also including two *adorable* printable patterns with the class, so it’s super easy to follow along.

In case you aren’t familiar with how B+C classes work: Once you buy it, it’s yours forever. That means you can watch at your own pace and reference it whenever you like.

Ready to roll? Fill out the simple Typeform below with some basic info, and you’ll get early access to get the class at a discounted price. Keep an eye out — we’ll send you an email when the class is ready.

Pre-registration for this class closed at 4pmPST on 6/22. This class is now available here.

We’ll make it even easier by offering a kit for purchase. It includes everything you need for the class, like an embroidery hoop, fabric, scissors, threader, needle, thread, glue and more, AND we’ll cut you a special deal for buying the class and kit together.

What phrase do you want to embroider? Tweet us @BritandCo and let us know!