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Learn How to Screen Print & Run a Small Business

Creative Prints LLC @ 2440 N Glassell St, Orange, CA 92865

What You'll Learn in this Screen Printing Class This class includes: Blank Garments to Print on Breakfast and Lunch Notebook for Documentation A list of all the biggest manufacturers A list of local suppliers Contacts for Embroidery Projects (outsourcing) This class covers (Business Side): Creating Digital Mockups for your new potential clients How to create professional invoicing with our Quickbooks Software Balancing your expenses...

Sunday Sep 24th, 9am–6pm Pacific Time

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Crafts On The Rocks @ 9341 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

This 3 hour class teaches Embroidery, but instead of hosting it in a stuffy classroom, this class takes place in a charming restaurant! Anytime throughout the class you can order drinks, snacks, or even a meal from the venue. The class is instructed by a local professional artist. They will walk you step by step through the project as well as answer any questions you may have and help where needed. It's a great mix up of learning a new skill and...

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Paperweight Embroidery

Quilt Emporium @ 4918 Topanga Canyon Blvd, San Fernando, CA 91364

Embroidery charming designs for these gift-able paperweights! Requirements: Pattern and Paperweights, supply list will be provided

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Beginning Embroidery

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

You've always wanted to learn how to embroider, so here's your chance.  Learn 10 of the most used embroidery stitches, so you can embellish all the things! What to bring: Scissors All supplies are included in the materials Fee. Please note this workshop is for adults only (ages 13 and up).

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2 sessions

Hand Embroidery

Santa Monica College @ 1900 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405

What's all the 'hoop-la' about hand embroidery? Join us in this one-day workshop and find out! Hand embroidery is a gratifying craft that's completely portable, with no machinery noise or bulky heavy tools. You'll learn the three primary stitches, plus some fancier ones, as well as how to hoop your work, transfer designs, and tie beautiful hidden, secure knots. Bring to class a sack lunch or snack. Materials fee includes all supplies to get you...

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Embroidery with Karima

Atomic Tailor Studios @ 747 E 10th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

An afternoon with embroidery extraordinaire and bag designer Karima. In this two hour class you will learn french knots, pom-poms, butterfly stitches, tassels and more Students are required to bring: 15in embroidery hoop 1yd of canvas weight fabric 6 colors of embroidery thread (yellow, brown, green, red, pink and blue)

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Freeform Embroidery

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Join fiber artist Elle Warren for a technicolor adventure exploring freeform embroidery. Learn how to embellish cloth with stitches, beads and ribbons with Elle’s freeform design approach. Students will learn a minimum of 12 different embroidery stitches, including 4 outline stitches, 4 flower stitches, 2 leaves, couching, and fill stitches. Color theory and ways to finish embroidered pieces will also be discussed.  Learn how embroidery can...

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4 sessions

Floral Embroidery

Craft Sierra Madre @ 49 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Have you felt the itch to stitch? Join us for a fun and relaxing hand embroidery workshop! You’ll learn five basic stitches while working on an exclusive modern floral designed just for this class. We’ll also discuss hoops, needles, floss, and fabric and some options for finishing and hanging your completed piece. All of the supplies and hands-on instruction necessary will be provided to get you started on your new favorite hobby! All Supplies...

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Abstract Embroidery

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Come to the studio to learn how to embroider and create an abstract art piece! We'll walk you thru various stitches and embroidery basics. Then you'll be given some options and tricks for creating an abstract piece or dive into your creative side and stitch away what ideas come up. Great for beginners and those wanting to expand on their embroidery skills. All materials provided and feel free to BYOB!

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Erotic Embroidery

Urban Elective @ 7948 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Over the six weeks, students will learn basic pattern making, embroidery, and hand sewing skills. Each week, students will work on embroidery stitches that build upon what they’ve learned in previous weeks; the final weeks of the class will end with the students learning how to transform their embroideries into objects – dirty pillows! Materials Fee: Students are responsible for providing their own materials: FABRIC – 2 yards. 1 of heavy...

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6 sessions

Contemporary Embroidery

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

In this workshop with Sarah K. Benning, you will learn the basic preparatory and stitching methods necessary to create your own piece of embroidered wall art. This workshop is designed for all skill levels from embroidery beginners to seasoned stitchers and will walk you through each step of the process from transferring your design to preparing your hoop to hang. A selection of hand-drawn botanical designs will be available for you to chose...

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Embroidery Potpourri

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA 90301

Anything goes in this mixed level, open embroidery class. Bring unfinished projects, photos from Pinterest, questions and inspiration and our embroidery instructor, elle Warren, will help you advance your stitching skills, teach you new stitches, and help you realize your thread art goals. Open to all skill levels. What To Bring (Bring your supplies or purchase them here): Embroidery threads Hoops Sharp little scissors Embroidery needles ...

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3 sessions

Embroidery Workshop

Coucou Los Angeles @ 2400 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Our needle club comes back in March! This time, Cynthia will be hosting special lettering embroidery workshop, teaching different techniques and effects to create a more complexe pattern. We will provide all materials (needles, fabrics, patterns, threads etc), explanations and vocabulary in French, nibbles and drinks.  This workshop is also open to people who are not current students. Limited seats available.

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Embroidery on Tulle

Makers Mess @ 602 N Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Loving the beautiful embroidery on tulle popping up everywhere? In this 2-hour workshop, we'll teach you the tips and tricks for creating your very own delicate embroidery. We even have a sneaky hack for tackling those tricky French knots. You'll leave class with a one of a kind piece to to hang on your wall.  Feel free to BYOB! Makers Workshops were developed for the purpose of creating an inviting space for students to practice different...

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Modern Embroidery

Craft Sierra Madre @ 49 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Have you felt the itch to stitch? Join us for a fun and relaxing hand embroidery workshop!  You’ll learn five basic stitches while working on an exclusive modern floral designed just for this class. We’ll also discuss hoops, needles, floss, and fabric and some options for finishing and hanging your completed piece. All of the supplies and hands-on instruction necessary will be provided to get you started on your new favorite hobby! ...

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Discover the Best Embroidery Classes in Los Angeles

Embroidery is a type of fiber art that involves using a needle and thread to create beautiful designs on fabric. Basic embroidery usually consists of using a hoop to hold your fabric taut and sewing a pre-made design or pattern that has been drawn onto your textile. Using a variety of stitches and techniques, embroiderers can create intricate and fun designs on textiles such as pillows, clothing, blankets, wall hangings, and essentially anything made from fabric. Advanced embroiderers have had a significant amount of practice mastering the basics and have become skilled at keeping their stitches clean and consistent. Some embroidery tools and supplies include hoops, patterns, fabric, embroidery floss, thread, needles, and embroidery scissors. 

Why You Should Learn Embroidery in Los Angeles

If you are looking for a fun, relaxing hobby, embroidery may be perfect for you. The intricate needlework is a great way to occupy your mind and relieve stress, likely a healthier option to other free time activities like watching T.V. or scrolling through social media. Additionally, you can take pride in the ability to complete a beautiful project with simple tools. Embroidered textiles also make great gifts for numerous occasions, for example, baby showers, birthdays, weddings, housewarmings, and teacher appreciation. Many embroiderers have even created a side hustle from their embroidery by selling items on websites like Etsy and Facebook Marketplace. Depending on how much effort you want to put into it, you could even create a steady job by selling your embroidery projects online or to local stores. 

Taking on embroidery as a hobby will plug you into a larger community of fiber artists. You may be able to find embroidery clubs through your local library or Facebook Groups. These clubs often meet regularly to bond as they embroider together and share embroidery tips and tricks. The Embroiderers' Guild of America (EGA) is a national organization with local chapters that meet regularly in person for embroidery exhibits, classes, and programs. Their membership also includes access to a large library of projects. You can find other embroidery clubs online that provide subscription access to pattern libraries that have unique and quality designs. 

In-Person Embroidery Classes in Los Angeles

If you are looking for an in-person embroidery class in Los Angeles, The Knitting Tree is a great option for fiber artists of all skill levels. Located in Inglewood, The Knitting Tree has a wide variety of supplies for purchase as well as hands-on classes in areas such as embroidery, knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving, and needle felting. The class Beginning Embroidery is for beginners ages 13 and older to learn the basics, including 10 of the most used embroidery stitches. Materials are included in the class but participants are advised to bring their own scissors. 

The Knitting Tree offers other fiber arts classes, such as Beginning Knitting Saturdays, where students learn the basics while knitting a scarf, hat, and shawl. This course is intended for ages 13 and older and consists of four, two-hour sessions. Beginning Crochet Wednesdays is another class option for beginners ages 13 and older. Also a four-part course, students will learn in this class how to crochet a scarf, hat, and shawl. For both classes, students must buy their own materials but can receive a 10% discount for supplies purchased from The Knitting Tree.

In Silver Lake, Los Angeles, Makers Mess offers the class Intro to Embroidery: Forms and Figures to beginners ages 18 and older. This workshop covers the basics of embroidery such as how to transfer designs and create various stitches. Students will embroider minimalist figures onto a fabric that they can hang on their walls or gift to others. All materials are included. Makers Mess is a creative space for adults and kids, offering art classes and hosting events such as bridal/baby showers, birthdays, or art exhibitions. 

Also, Craft Sierra Madre, a supply store and workshop in Sierra Madre, offers the class Floral Embroidery to all skill levels ages 16 and older. In this fun and relaxing hand embroidery class students learn five basic stitches while embroidering a modern floral pattern that was designed specifically for this class. Students will learn more about embroidery tools and supplies and how to finish and hang their embroidery projects. All materials are provided. 

If you are interested in sewing, there are a variety of classes offered in the Los Angeles area, including Beginner Sewing taught at The Workshop @ Haley Solar in Eagle Rock. In this two-hour class, beginners ages 10 and older will learn how to thread and unthread a sewing machine and how to sew a tote bag from start to finish. It is highly advised to bring your own sewing machine and materials but not required. The Workshop @ Haley Solar is a retail space and designer's studio featuring classes with a focus on fashion, rather than craft sewing.

For another beginner sewing class, individuals can attend Sewing Made Easy offered through Los Angeles City College. This class consists of five, two-hour sessions where students are taught the basics of operating a sewing machine and will sew their own pillow. Sewing machines are provided but students should bring their own supplies (a materials list is posted in the course description). Los Angeles City College, located in East Hollywood, provides a variety of classes, workshops, and seminars to all members of the community. 

Virtual Embroidery Classes 

While in-person embroidery classes are often held at a craft store, workshop, or community center, virtual classes can be taken from anywhere. Virtual classes are conducted live online with an instructor who can answer questions in real-time. Taking a virtual class is an excellent option if there are no in-person embroidery classes in your area. Moreover, even if there are in-person classes near you, you may choose to take a virtual class for the flexibility it provides. Some individuals may feel more comfortable embroidering from the comfort of their own homes and will save time by not having to commute to class. The main drawback to online embroidery classes is that you generally have to provide your own tools and supplies. 

The Art of Contemporary Embroidery is a live online embroidery class offered through the Evanston Art Center. In this beginner-friendly class for ages 16 and older, students will learn how to embroider using essential techniques such as mending, darning, sashiko, couching, and quilt-blocking. The class is held online via Zoom, for which attendees will receive instructions for joining prior to class. Individuals must purchase their own supplies, which include items such as hoops, fabrics, needles, thread, and floss. A full list of materials, including where to purchase them, can be found online in the course description.

Private Group Embroidery Classes in Los Angeles

Are you looking for a fun, team-building opportunity for a group at your business or organization? If so, consider scheduling live online group classes through CourseHorse. CourseHorse offers embroidery classes for private groups in Los Angeles as a unique and enjoyable way to bond with your team or group. 

CourseHorse's Virtual Modern Embroidery Art is a fun, low-pressure online class where individuals will learn basic embroidery techniques that can be applied to numerous projects. Specifically, students will learn how to prep their hoop, how to select the best thread, and how to begin and end an embroidery project. A variety of stitches will be taught including floral stitches, french knots, fishbone leaves, and the stem stitch. No previous skills are necessary for this two-hour course and materials are provided, which include embroidery hoops, colorful threads, patterns, needles, and a tote bag. 

The benefits of booking with CourseHorse include receiving a confirmation within 24 hours and being able to change your group size after booking. Also, you will have a dedicated event provider who will contact you prior to the class with instructions and answer any questions you have. While CourseHorse's default videoconferencing platform is Zoom, they are able to accommodate other platforms by request, such as Microsoft Teams, Google Meets, and WebEx. You can also customize your event for a fee if you are interested in adding a game or special theme to your learning. 

For other fiber arts classes offered through CourseHorse, individuals can attend the Virtual Macrame Workshop. In this one-hour class, individuals will learn about the art of tying knots to create beautiful textiles, a technique thought to have derived from 13th-century Arab weavers. Students will create a beautiful hanging planter to display in their home or gift to others. All materials are shipped ahead of time and included in the class costs. 

In Virtual Tapestry Loom Weaving, offered by CourseHorse, individuals will learn the trendy – yet centuries-old – art of tapestry weaving to design and make their own woven wall hanging. This beginner-friendly, two-hour class teaches students how to make their own loom from chipboard, how to weave stitches and add fringes to their project, and how to incorporate various fiber weights and textures in their design. Materials are shipped to each participant, including three different yarns, a loom, and a dowel.