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Embroidery school
in Brussels


About us

La Maison de Couture was the first embroidery school in Brussels. The company has been in existence for over 10 years, and focuses on Haute Couture and exceptional skills such as embroidery.

an embroidery school in Brussels

Our embroidery school in Brussels was created in response to a growing demand from embroidery enthusiasts who wish to devote their leisure time, or even all their professional time, to the practice of this demanding art. In Brussels, the tradition is more that of lacemaking, which is why we wanted to create this embroidery school in Brussels to complete our range of courses.

What exactly does embroidery school mean?

Embroidery is in fact a very broad field that has existed since the dawn of time; all cultures have embroidered to embellish their garments and to distinguish the people who wear them. embroidery is therefore an extremely broad field. At our embroidery school, we limit ourselves to teaching embroidery techniques to be associated with formal wear or the world of weddings.

What can you learn at our embroidery school in Brussels?

The embroidery courses at our Brussels embroidery school are needlework courses on an embroidery loom purchased by the student at the beginning of the course. the teacher shows how to assemble the loom and how to use it.

During each day of classes (3 for our first module in April), the teacher shows how to make a particular type of embroidery and helps the student to repeat the technique.


Does the embroidery school supply all the materials?

No, the material must be purchased by the student, who keeps it after the end of the course. these are essentially the embroidery loom and the embroidery canvas.

As far as beads and ribbons are concerned, the teachers have a large stock of pearls, sequins, sequins etc., which students are free to use. A contribution must be paid to the embroidery school at the start of the course.

How do I know if the embroidery is right for me?

If you love beautiful things, if you’re patient, if you’re attentive, if you’re willing to repeat an apprenticeship in order to improve it, then you’ll love the courses we offer at the embroidery school in Brussels.

Do I need to know how to sew to enroll in an embroidery school?

You don’t need to know how to sew, but most people interested in embroidery are also interested in sewing.

When's the next training session?

The embroidery school is offering a 3-Friday course in April 2024.

When is the next training course?

The next training session will take place on April 5, 12 and 19, 2024 in Brussels.

Who teaches at the embroidery school in Brussels?

The teacher in charge of the embroidery classes is Kenny Damian. She is a professional embroiderer and antique textile restorer. You can follow his news on his website https://www.kennydamian.be/

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