4 Class Projects
It takes about hour(s) to complete each project.
Rose made with one stroke (please prepare your own frame)
Small samplers to decorate: embroidery swatches (please prepare your own frames)
Skills You’ll Learn
How to use crochet
You will learn various techniques, such as practicing basic stitching.
Expressions using parts such as beads
You will learn how to express yourself using sparkly parts such as beads, cuvettes, and eclais.
Method of back-processing
Learn how to properly back finish a brooch.
Have you given up on the fact that Lunéville crochet embroidery is special and difficult?
This class consists of a Lunéville crochet embroidery curriculum where you can learn from the basics.
We incorporated basic (chain stitch) exercises using tulle, which is not normally used, so that even beginners can get started.
We also create samplers (embroidery samples) and brooches using materials used in the Grand Maison, ordered from France, the home of haute couture, so that even intermediate people can enjoy it.
You will learn the importance of practicing the basics well and that you can create wonderful works even in basic lessons
Being able to do chain stitching or being able to continuously stab beads may not mean that you have learned the basics well.
In order to step up further, let's learn the basics well.
In the applied section, I will introduce techniques unique to Luneville Crochet embroidery that are not needles, and how to embroider when using a needle, etc., and how to make a variety of expressions by yourself even after you have finished learning the class.
A must-see for those who want to create gorgeous works using sparkling beads and spangles
This time, the kit uses materials ordered from France, such as Czech beads and French cuvettes.
We will set a little more materials, so please use them for practice or apply them to create small works.
As for the all-in-one kit, we have prepared a kit for beginners who do not have tools.
The basic kit is available for those who already have an embroidery frame or crochet embroidery (70, 80).
The materials that sparkle and shine beautifully are exciting on their own, but the joy when the work is finished is hard to change. I want you to experience that joy.
I went to France in 2009 and learned art embroidery at “Paris Ecole Rousage”.
I returned to Japan after staying for a year and a half. After that, I went back to France and learned lace embroidery techniques that were unrivaled at the birthplace of Lunéville crochet embroidery.
Since 2014, classes centered on Luneville Crochet embroidery have been offered in Tokyo.
I participated in art embroidery exhibitions “TALENTS2017” and “TALENT2019” at the invitation of the French Art Embroidery Association “Brode-Art”, which actively participated in domestic competitions and looked at their career.
Q. What kind of activities does the teacher do? Please tell me about your teacher.
A. We use Czech beads, beautifully colored French spangles, antique materials, etc., to deliver accessories and interior goods.
In addition to activities as an art embroidery artist, such as participating in French art embroidery exhibitions and domestic competitions, lessons are offered, and there are many exchanges with French artists and embroidery associations, and in the lessons, I convey living information to everyone.
Q. How did your teacher start embroidering Lunéville crochet?
A. While producing and selling hand knits centered on organic materials, I came across Luneville crochet embroidery through a common tool, crochet (crochet), and went to France to study.
Q. Why did you offer online classes with CLASS101?
A. There is no classroom close to my home, I can't attend the classroom due to family circumstances, and I want to take lessons in my own free time, so I started this course.
Q. What points did you put the most effort into when planning the class?
A. We have devised an original curriculum dedicated to CLASS101, which is different from face-to-face lessons, so that even beginners can work on it.
Q. What kind of experience do you want the students to have through this class?
A. The materials that sparkle and shine beautifully are exciting on their own, but the joy when the work is finished is hard to change. I want you to experience that joy.
Q. Please give a message to the students!
A. It is an embroidery technique that is said to be special and difficult, but you will gradually learn it by practicing the basics thoroughly. I would be happy if you could work steadily on each issue without giving up.