29th April 2022 – 30th April 2022

Bramley Hare

Bramley Hare two-day Embroidery Workshop, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th April, 10am-4pm, £150

Bramley Hare lives in a warm summer meadow surrounded by ox-eye daisies and delicate harebell flowers. This embroidery is based on the brown hare, known for its long, black-tipped ears and fast running. It can reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. It prefers to live near farm and woodland and can often be spotted in fields.

Immerse yourself in this exclusive two day workshop. Learn new skills and become absorbed and fascinated by this ancient art of narrative embroidery, with a modern twist.

Our workshops provide you with the six basic crewelwork stitches used within the Quaker Tapestry: Stem, Split, Chain, Quaker, Bayeux Point and Peking Knot.

In a relaxed and friendly environment our tutors will guide you through the stitches. Helping you work towards an embroidered picture to finish at home. You don’t need to have any experience in embroidery before you attend the workshop. For those of you who have done some stitching before, this is an opportunity to learn something new and refresh your skills.

Included in your workshop:

Stitch Kit – A full embroidery kit consisting of all the materials needed to create and finish a stitched picture. The kit includes: stitching guidelines, finishing tips, Woollen fabric and Calico cloth, crewel needles and Appletons crewel embroidery threads. We have done the preparation for you so we’ll be starting stitching straight away!

Equipment – There will be equipment available for you to use during the workshop.

Refreshments – Hot drinks and biscuits are ‘on-tap’ throughout the session and lunch is available to buy from our on-site Cafe.

FREE entry to the Quaker Tapestry Museum for all attendees on the days of the workshop.
Further information and bookings

Further information and bookings

The easiest and most convenient way to enrol on our workshops is via our website. Alternatively you can contact our helpful office staff on 01539 722975 Should you require accommodation please see our useful link to local providers.

Please note that the workshop room is located on the first floor, with access to the room by a flight of stairs (no lift) However we may be able to move to the ground floor location if that would mean you can attend. Please contact our office on 01539 722975 to discuss.


Bookings are no longer available for this event.