Hardanger Embroidery Workshop
About Hardanger Embroidery:
Hardanger is one of the finest Woolen and Thread techniques, that every woman wanted to involve for DYI ( Do it yourself ). It actually gives the ability to really understand the synthesis of Woolen and thread art by having a decisive counting approach towards its making.
One of the most important mystical arts, having its roots back to the Persian Renaissance. It is uniquely special with its techniques to bring your own art and it also influences mental satisfaction in women in their involvement.
Why you must learn Hardanger :
1. It actually makes you involve yourself, With its unique techniques of Counting and making. Gives you fascinating satisfaction and challenge you with counting techniques
2. It is Timeless with Its Art and Exhibit value; It’s a one of the must skill for women; more than a leisure
3. Presently you can see them across FabIndia, Khadibandar, Kaveri Emporium’s and Wedding Dressings as a fine Pieces of Arts
What you can Learn :
1. Basic Introduction to Hardanger
2. Classification of Techniques involved
3. Types of Models to Explore
4. How to continuously Practice it
5. Items you can Experience and involve
and other Personal Reference manuals and Discussions
About the facilitator:
Certified Professional Teacher and Technical Art Specialist
with Origami, Wool & Thread, and commercial projects.
Particularly Entry level.
She has been recognized with her teaching skills across Origami ( Professional Art Training, Kirigami, Kusudama Etc ) , Woolen Thread ( Professional Hardanger embroidery, Macramé threads, Crochet, Tatting, Weaving, and Knitting etc ) , Paintings ( Entry Level ), and Child Behavior Consulting etc
She is also a Certified Professional in Psychology, Training, and child improvising with mental disorders.
She holds about 18 years of teaching and Training experience and presently serves as Professional full-time teacher at one of the top 5 Alternative Schools in Bangalore North area.
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