Embroidery

Overview

Whether you’re new to embroidery or a seasoned stitcher, you’ll love Stitchtopia’s embroidery holidays. Showcasing historic and cultural influences, this ancient craft is practised all over the world, with origins dating back as far as man has been able to produce fabrics.

Embroidery is as portable as it is relaxing, and we’ve carefully selected the destinations for these holidays with this in mind. Where better to enjoy a retreat than in the warmer climes of some of Europe’s most beautiful islands, or a charming hotel nestled in the UK’s tranquil countryside.

Each holiday has a full programme of embroidery workshops led by Royal School of Needlework tutors. Under their expert guidance, you can master new stitches, glean tips on techniques, and hone existing skills to create your own beautiful work of art. Whichever holiday you choose, you will meet new friends, relax and enjoy your favourite past time, and be truly inspired.

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1 Holidays available from £525pp

Embroidery

Based in the Northamptonshire countryside, this retreat is the ideal opportunity to learn a new skill or indulge in your favourite hobby.

  • 2 nights full-board accommodation, from dinner on Friday to lunch on Sunday
  • Tea, coffee and snacks throughout the weekend
  • Gratuities for driver and local tour guide
  • 2 full days of tuition with a qualified Royal School of Needlework tutor, kit included
  • Services of an experienced Tour Manager

Availability:

  • 2024 6th September
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Meet the
Experts

Each holiday is accompanied by a passionate, enthusiastic expert who specialises in their craft, allowing you to learn different techniques and improve your skills from the best!

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Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

Sarah has taught for the RSN in the UK, Ireland and China, as well as at RSN workshops in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Free Hospital in London and at Knit and Stitch Shows at Alexandra Palace and Dublin. She also had the honour of teaching Her Majesty the Queen of Malaysia.
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