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Comprehensive 14 hour course delivered in your choice of a 2 day in class setting or blended learning (self-paced for up to 30 days with the last day in a classroom).
The focus of this course is to explore traditional and contemporary beadwork techniques of North America. Students will complete projects using three main styles of beadwork: loom, lazy stitch and appliqué.
Students will learn measuring, pattern drafting and basic sewing techniques. Hand sewing skills will include decorative traditional embroidery techniques such as satin stitch, feather stitch, blanket stitch, and the French knot; overhand stitch with welt, baseball stitch and running stitch.
The focus of this course is to design, decorate and construct traditional northern indigenous footwear.
Campus hours & location
Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm
206 Tagish Avenue
Carcross, Y0B 1B0
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