If you are a fan of Bridgerton and you like to tinker, this activity is made for you.
Hobbycraft celebrates the Netflix drama’s second series with a Bridgerton inspired embroidery class.
The show’s first series, set in a fictional London society during the Regency period, became a surprise hit at the start of lockdown 2020, with its period costumes, addictive plot and steamy scenes.
A second series will launch on March 25, and to mark it, you can learn how to do one of the favorite pastimes of the time.
the Bridgerton The inspired embroidery workshop will feature the show’s iconic “I’m Burning For You” line and is ideal for intermediate embroiderers who know the basic stitches.
During the 90-minute class, artisans will have the chance to use a wonderful variety of techniques in one stunning piece, including stem stitch, satin stitch, French knot and more.
A craftsman will guide you through each step of the project using the included craft kit, while guiding you with handy tips through the process.
Embroidery and sewing were nearly as popular during Bridgerton season 1, with the retailer seeing website searches increase by 86%, while sales of sewing accessories and sewing kits increased by 30% and 20% respectively.
Katherine Paterson, Client Director at Hobbycraft, comments: “We are overwhelmed with excitement and can’t wait to see what Lady Whistledown reveals in series two. We’re delighted the show inspired many to start designing in 2021, as sales of our embroidery and accessories range soared. It felt natural to introduce a Bridgerton-inspired embroidery workshop just in time for the second season and we can’t wait to see everyone’s wonderful creations.
The sessions will take place between March 14 and April 17 and will have 10 people per class.
They cost £30 each, including class and a craft kit containing everything you need.
The class will be available to book via classbento.co.uk/hobbycraft from March 1 and will be led by one of the Hobbycraft Artisans.
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