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Location: 86 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TE

Date: 20th - 21st April 2024

Time: 10:00am - 4:30pm 

 

As one of the most popular embroidery techniques in bridal wear, Lace Appliqué stands out for its versatility, practicality and efficiency; offering the benefits of covering large surfaces in a less time
consuming process. Using this technique allows the clients to choose from ready-made patterns to create their own lace appliqué, as well as from bespoke embroidery if desired.
In this workshop, Romina will explore the different possibilities that Lace appliqué offers. The students will create a unique lace Appliqué sample, being able to select from several lace patterns and will be encouraged to experiment with different textures on their canvas.

Day 1- Part 1: Introduction to the Lace Appliqué technique, exploring the different fabrics that can be used for this technique and their visual effects.
Day 1 - Part 2: Pining the design motifs onto the canvas to start stitching a unique and individual Bridal Lace Appliqué prototype.

Day 2 - Part 1: Technical approach to the creative process; efficient stitch, clean finishings and 3D experimentation.

Day 2 - Part 2: How to apply the previous technique and consequent sample to a bridal piece, introducing a basic notion of designing/constructing around the wearer's body.

All of the materials you need for this class will be provided for you as part of your course experience. You are more than welcome to bring your own embroidery equipment if you would rather use your own materials but everything will be provided for you.

Tutor Profile

Romina Fochesatto is a fashion designer specialising in bespoke bridal gowns, with emphasis in Couture techniques.
She created her bridal label in 2010 in Argentina, making unique and handcrafted gowns for over 13 years both in Argentina and the UK where she has been living since 2019.
During her creative process, Romina finds inspiration from nature. Combining traditional bridal techniques with effortless glamour and contemporary details to offer her brides an unrepeatable look, her bridal dresses are constructed using noble textiles, with a focus on craftsmanship and comfort.

Location

You can find us at 86 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TE

To see the nearest tube stops and bus routes and to see a selection of or favourite places to eat, drink and stay have a look at our Useful Information page here.

Accessibility

Our in person classes are taught in our school which is located upstairs in our studio. Unfortunately the building does not have lift access, so use of the stairs would be necessary.

Testimonials

If you would like to hear from some of our past students you can read our testimonials here.

For more information about our courses check out our FAQ here.

Location: 86 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TE

Date: 20th - 21st April 2024

Time: 10:00am - 4:30pm 

 

As one of the most popular embroidery techniques in bridal wear, Lace Appliqué stands out for its versatility, practicality and efficiency; offering the benefits of covering large surfaces in a less time
consuming process. Using this technique allows the clients to choose from ready-made patterns to create their own lace appliqué, as well as from bespoke embroidery if desired.
In this workshop, Romina will explore the different possibilities that Lace appliqué offers. The students will create a unique lace Appliqué sample, being able to select from several lace patterns and will be encouraged to experiment with different textures on their canvas.

Day 1- Part 1: Introduction to the Lace Appliqué technique, exploring the different fabrics that can be used for this technique and their visual effects.
Day 1 - Part 2: Pining the design motifs onto the canvas to start stitching a unique and individual Bridal Lace Appliqué prototype.

Day 2 - Part 1: Technical approach to the creative process; efficient stitch, clean finishings and 3D experimentation.

Day 2 - Part 2: How to apply the previous technique and consequent sample to a bridal piece, introducing a basic notion of designing/constructing around the wearer's body.

All of the materials you need for this class will be provided for you as part of your course experience. You are more than welcome to bring your own embroidery equipment if you would rather use your own materials but everything will be provided for you.

Tutor Profile

Romina Fochesatto is a fashion designer specialising in bespoke bridal gowns, with emphasis in Couture techniques.
She created her bridal label in 2010 in Argentina, making unique and handcrafted gowns for over 13 years both in Argentina and the UK where she has been living since 2019.
During her creative process, Romina finds inspiration from nature. Combining traditional bridal techniques with effortless glamour and contemporary details to offer her brides an unrepeatable look, her bridal dresses are constructed using noble textiles, with a focus on craftsmanship and comfort.

Location

You can find us at 86 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TE

To see the nearest tube stops and bus routes and to see a selection of or favourite places to eat, drink and stay have a look at our Useful Information page here.

Accessibility

Our in person classes are taught in our school which is located upstairs in our studio. Unfortunately the building does not have lift access, so use of the stairs would be necessary.

Testimonials

If you would like to hear from some of our past students you can read our testimonials here.

For more information about our courses check out our FAQ here.