Machine Embroidery Skill Stage 2

Course Overview

City and Guilds Accredited Machine Embroidery Course – SS2

Explore and learn a variety Machine Embroidery techniques with our Skill Stage 2 online Machine Embroidery course. Throughout this in-depth distance learning course, you’ll get the chance to learn all of the basic techniques associated with Machine Embroidery, enabling you to design and create pieces to a high standard while developing your personal style and creativity.

As a City and Guilds accredited course, each module will focus on learning several new skills, preparing you for final assessment. Our accredited courses are recognised for their high standards of teaching, learning and assessment.

This is a distance learning course which can be studied from anywhere in the world. You will learn by working your way through our online course materials, including video content, with full support from our dedicated expert tutors. Our unique Machine Embroidery course will give you the ability and confidence to create your own designs and finished pieces. 

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Course Highlights

Ideal for absolute beginners.

Become proficient at the basic techniques including straight stitch, swing needle, free machine embroidery and work with dense and experimental stitches.

Experiment with more advanced skills such as basic and reverse applique, couching, whip, moss and feather stitch, and cable stitch.

Create your own sample folio containing traditional and contemporary techniques samples.

Learn edging and finishing techniques to finish to your pieces to a high standard.

Work towards creating your very first finished item - choose from either a 3D functional item, a panel/hanging/quilt or a wearable art item.

Timescales

There is around 100-150 hours of course content/materials and it is usual for students to take between 6-8 weeks to complete each module. Students can take up to 1 year to complete the course, which allows students to work at their own pace. However it is up to the individual student how quickly they wish to return work to their tutor for assessment.

A six-month contingency is available, if needed, to cover unforeseen issues such as illness, upon production of supporting documentation, which would therefore extend the course life to 18 months (1.5 years). The maximum for this extra contingency time is once during the course lifetime.

Delivery and Assessment

The course is supplied as a distance learning course where course materials and tutor assessments are delivered digitally and work is returned to your tutor via digital presentation.

Your coursework will be reviewed by your tutor and periodically by an Internal Quality Assessor, to ensure the appropriate quality standard is maintained. You will be provided with written feedback in a timely fashion (usually within 10 days) and, if needed, you will be able to re-submit altered work. You can contact your tutor at any time to request your work to date be reviewed and suggestions for future progress be made.

How Do I Enrol?

Students can enrol for this course during the enrolment period. We hold 3-4 enrolment days throughout the year for new students. If you would like to enrol, simply express your interest to receive information about your course, exclusive interviews with our tutors and information about our existing students and graduates who are already achieving so much.

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Remember that only those who have previously ‘expressed an interest’ will be invited to enrol when it opens. Express your interest now to receive a full brochure including prices and a detailed overview about the tasks included in each module.