|At a Guild of St Clare Sewing Retreat|
The Royal School of Needlework is one of the world's great centres of expertise keeping alive the tradition of hand embroidery. They do work for museums and the Royal Family, and they teach new generations of students. These include the skills necessary for making and restoring liturgical vestments, and several members of the Guild of St Clare have been through their rigorous courses, which take one to fours years.
The courses are very flexible: they can be done at the student's own pace, and there is even a choice of venues.
Five years ago we decided we needed more of such people: so we found a benefactor to make possible a sponsorship scheme to pay up to half of the fees, for one student a year.
If you are interested, don't miss this opportunity. The deadline is 23rd June.
From the LMS;
Do you have a passion for hand embroidery and the restoration of fine vestments?
We are pleased to announce an exciting sponsorship opportunity for those interested in studying Needlework.
The Guild of St Clare is offering sponsorship for candidates wishing to study The Royal School of Needlework Certificate Course.
Dealine for applications is the 23rd June 2023
See HERE for more information and how to apply.
|At a Guild of St Clare Vestment Mending Day in London.|
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