MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21
MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21

MIGA DE PAN Embroidery workshop by Adriana Torres/My Little Cat loves to fly 10/21

Introduction to Dimensional Embroidery
World famous embroidery artist, Adriana Torres otherwise known as Miga de Pan will be flying in from Argentina to teach at Craftwork for two days (see other class here). Students will learn embroidery techniques, artistry with thread and the chance to spend the day with Adriana. Each student will stitch "My Little Cat Loves to Fly" and leave with everything you need to finish your work. Students will gain a deep knowledge of the process and how to make each individual stitch come together into something fun, beautiful and unlike anything you have made before.
DAY DATE TIME: Saturday, October 21st from 10 - 5 with
SKILL LEVEL: Everyone is welcome
ALL MATERIALS INCLUDED:
  • set of needles
  • fabric
  • threads
  • hoop
  • silk screened cotton bag

 

ABOUT ADRIANA TORRES

 

Adriana Torres is an artist, illustrator, and founder of Miga de Pan. She has studied architecture and graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires. She received the first prize in the national contest organized by the “National Fund for the Arts”, which is part of the Cultural National Secretary of Argentina in the category "Contemporary Textile Doll Making". Adriana has taught several embroidery workshops not only in Argentina but all over Spain,  Paris, Berlin, London, Devon, Zürich, Ciudad de México and The United States: in Boulder (Colorado) and Philadelphia (at Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters HQ). Her work was published by Thames and Hudson in “The New Artisans”, DPI magazine, Super Handmade, and Stich•illo by Uppercase, amongst others.
She is currently participating with her embroidery artworks on several collective art exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Paris and Leipzig.