RSN Certificate in Technical Hand Embroidery

The RSN Certificate in Hand Embroidery is a well regarded certificate in hand embroidery around the world. Join me as I venture on this journey to improve my hand embroidery. This will be a challenging, but rewarding experience.

Not only am I hoping to improve my stitching through this process, but I’m also hoping to be able to share with you what I have learnt! I will periodically be sharing with you specific tips and tricks on techniques and specific stitches here with you.

I hope you enjoy joining me on this journey!

Some useful information and my views on the Certificate

If you are interested in the RSN Certificate, and would like to know more, do make sure you get in touch! I’ve also prepared an ‘FAQ’ if you will, of some of the more common questions that pop up. Do make sure you check it out, and if you have any other questions, please ask! I love to help you and answer as many questions as you have before you decide if this is for you or not.

My Pieces completed

For all the details on my modules I’ve completed or am working through, click the following links for all the details:

Jacobean Crewelwork

Canvaswork

Silk Shading

Do you have any other questions?

Get in touch by either commenting on any post, or completing the below form. I’m more than happy to give you more information on my experiences and how they could prepare you for your studies, or just answer your general questions!

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Catherine of Hillview Embroidery

A Little About Me

I'm Catherine of Hillview Embroidery. I'm a passionate embroiderer who has been stitching on and off for about thirty years (oh my!).

A couple of years ago I started taking my embroidery seriously, and I started the RSN's Certificate in Hand Embroidery. I've now completed the Certificate, and am planning on commencing the Diploma once the logistics of 'commuting' from Australia are worked out. I love to share with you the ups and downs, my experience of studying the course, and also some of the more technical elements of hand embroidery, so we can all grow together.

You can read more about my story, and I do hope to have you join along on my journey.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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