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Heirloom is one of the oldest styles of specialty sewing. This precise and delicate type of stitching is said to have started in the late 1800s by French nuns who hand-stitched exquisite laces onto delicate fabrics for royal families. Their craftsmanship was so incredible, the resulting gowns and linens were painstakingly preserved and handed down from one generation to the next; hence an heirloom. You’ll see the influence of heirloom stitching in a variety of high-end garments; most notably, special occasion finery, such as wedding dresses, christening gowns, and lingerie, as well as in the finest table linens. Today, with French nuns in short supply, we show you the basics of creating heirloom stitching with your sewing machine.
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Janome Digitizer V5: Seahorse Project
Join us for our monthly Digitizer V5 workshop on Thursday the 4th of May 2017, starting at 10am Australian Standard Time.

In this workshop you will be taken step by step through the process of creating your own unique embroidery designs.