This unique art form originated in Buddhist temples and is used for the elaborate decoration of Kimonos. This rarely taught skill has been based at Hawkwood for over sixteen years. Using traditional methods and techniques you will produce truly stunning works of art and learn about Japanese culture. All levels are welcome.
Jackie Hall has worked with needlecraft for over 20 years and Japanese Embroidery for 18 years. She has exhibited in England, New Zealand, and United States and at the World Exhibition in Tokyo.
Fully inclusive residential single room £530; shared £450 per person; Non-residential option £370 - includes suppers, lunches and all refreshments- Excludes B&B single.
This course also runs:
25 - 28 February (3 day course)
11 - 15 November (4 day course)