RE: [SPAM][nordicknitters] Hardanger Embroidery class - Nordic Heritage Museum Seattle
I have been doing Hardager søm i ca 40 år. My mother was very good and my mormor
I have oppsifter I masse
I am from Norway Born in Ballangen, Narvik. Have a lot of family in Hardager
Anita Einarsen Vinberg
Eda Lee Haas
Interested in learning something new? Come join us for a beginner's
class in Hardanger.
Hardangersom (or Hardangersaum), is Norwegian for 'embroidery from
Hardanger,' and refers to the style of needlework that many of us
know as Hardanger embroidery.
While making a small piece that can be finished as a coaster or
Christmas ornament, you will learn the basic units of Hardangersom:
kloster blocks, woven bars, dove's eyes and picots.
Space is limited and minimum enrollment required.
About the instructor:
Eda Lee Haas has been doing and teaching Hardanger since she learned
30 years ago in Decorah, Iowa, the home of Vesterheim Museum. She
also hooks rugs, weaves, spins, tats, quilts, knits, crochets, and
dyes wool and cotton. She lives with her husband and two cats in
Bellevue and has two boys in college.
Date: Sunday May 4
Where: Nordic Heritage Museum
Cost: $40 members, $45 non-members
206-789 5707 ext.21