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Royal School of Needlework (UK)
This school of a hand embroidery has been based in London in 1872 by the third daughter of queen Victoria – the princess Helena. The Royal School of Needlework is located in palace Hampton Court Palace (till 1987 the school settled down in Kensingtone).
This school is a place of storage of samples of an embroidery of each period of the British history. In founds of Royal School of Needlework it is stored more than 30 000 images and more than 5 000 samples of needlework, including a lace, a silk embroidery, "a white" embroidery and other.
Bolsena Embroidery School (Italy)
The embroidery school in Bolsena has been based in 1995. There are courses of a "white" embroidery, a gobelin embroidery, various kinds counted embroideries, crocheting of a lace and other. Each course consists of ten two-hour lessons. Are possible both individual lessons, and group lessons (in each group from 5 to 8 pupils).
Mridula's School (India)
This school already specialises more than thirty years on training to traditional Indian and European embroideries. You can study on courses which 4-6 months on the average last. Feature of this school of embroidery is possiblity to be trained in online. In the course of training you will learn to receptions of an embroidery with use of mirrors, stones, a metal thread - those materials which are characteristic for the Indian embroidery. Also at this school it is possible to learn a Turkish carpet embroidery technique.
Bedfordshire school of needlework (UK)
It would be possible to name this school «day off school» as the majority of its classes are spent to the days off in Hejns. These classes include studying Elizabetian embroidery, Hardanger, beading and other.