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Course Name: Free Ribbon Embroidery Jewelry & Home Decoration

This course is a course in traditional embroidery techniques and we will use different techniques, colors and patterns. Together, we must dare to develop and learn more.

Ribbon embroidery can be called one of the most common types of needlework. Unlike satin stitch or cross stitch embroidery, ribbon embroidery allows you to create real masterpieces. Finished paintings are striking in their realism and beauty so it is worth exploring this type of art. It has its origins in ancient Greece. In the meantime, this type of craftsmanship was appreciated by Italian women. Among other things, they decorated canopies, chair fabrics and curtains to make them more attractive and elegant.

Today, the technique is used to decorate pillowcases, duvet covers, bedspreads and to create paintings. Ribbon embroidery is a wonderful interior detail in various styles from classic to modern. In addition to the various techniques, it helps us find peace and leave the stress of life for a little while.

The course is aimed at both beginners and experienced people.

During this embroidery course, there will be a review of different stitches, materials and techniques, but the focus is on you working freely with basic ribbon embroidery techniques such as straight stitch with cap and French knot. These three basic stitches are most important to understand the principle of ribbon embroidery and create amazing paintings or decorative elements on the surface of cloths, handkerchiefs, curtains and tapestries.

Unless otherwise stated, the number of participants is limited to 6 people per course session.

Applications are accepted in the order in which they reach us.


No prior knowledge and skills are needed.

Preparation/ Materials

Materials are free for participants in the course. We will use needles, fabric, ribbon, marking marker, canvas, ring, scissors.

  The ribbon embroidery course takes place every Monday, 3 hours each time.


Circle leader

Kamuran Tibikoglu has long and solid knowledge and experience in embroidery, acrylic, oil painting and sewing and more.

In addition, she has a degree as a biology teacher. Kamuran is a participant in the Creative Women's project.

Start date: 1st May 2023

Closing date: 5th June 2023

Days of the week: Every Monday

Time: 17:00 - 20:00


Course type: Study circle


Participants: 6


Number of occasions: 6 weeks


Circle leader: Kamuran Tibikoglu

Location (Physical): WORKLOUNGE SKHLM Skärholmen Centrum

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