The Queen Approves

21st June 2019

It’s always nice to receive accolades for our needlework, but when the Queen of England herself gives you a nod of approval, that’s what you call taking feeling good about yourself to a whole new level!

UK based atelier Hand & Lock were recently awarded a Royal Warrant by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of the outstanding work they’ve been doing for the royal family over the past decade. The projects they have worked on include creating intricate needlework for items such as the uniforms of Her Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.

You can see this amazing embroidery firsthand at ceremonial occasions where members of the Royal entourage are dressed in full regalia featuring elaborate golden epaulettes, waist sashes, pouches, collars, cuffs and back skirts, all of which have been hand embroidered by Hand & Lock.

Congratulations to all involved for both the recognition and for putting the art of the needle and thread on the world stage for everyone to admire. You can read more about the announcement on the Hand & Lock website HERE.

Learn from Those Who Stitch for Royalty…

The talented Hand & Lock embroiderers will be touring the USA in October this year and are inviting stitchers from far and wide to take up the amazing opportunity of learning from some of the best of the best.

Bring a bit of royalty to your needlework by learning Goldwork, Tambour Beading, Haute Couture or Monogramming, with numerous classes on offer suitable for both beginners and experts.

To find out more details and, most importantly, enrol before you miss out, visit the Hand & Lock website HERE.

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