Virtual Course: Dresden Lace

Eva Brauer, Germany

Assistants: Christine Wellnitz & Kirsten Brinckmann

One of the most famous laces from Germany is named after the beautiful city of Dresden on the Elbe. It is an enchantingly delicate embroidered lace. Making it is easier than you think. A small flower (A) made of different patterns will smile at you at the end of the workshop.

Eva Brauer

Eva Brauer, Germany, started her apprenticeship in 1989 as an embroiderer in Düsseldorf. In 2002 she passed the master craftsman’s examination. Since 2012 she has had a studio in Kiel, where she gives courses, performs commissioned work and works on her own embroideries. She is fascinated by the variety that the embroidery craft has to offer. She particularly enjoys working with 3-dimensional embroidery, gold embroidery, needlepoint, beads and sequins. Each embroidery has its own special charm. She enjoys passing on her knowledge and enjoys sharing with others who share an enthusiasm for embroidery.

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Class project

Dates: 14, 17, 18 August 2023  

Please note: This is a 3 day class. Class fee: 95 Euros

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