Tanja Berlin is an embroidery designer and teacher based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
In 1990 Tanja took the three year apprenticeship course in hand embroidery at the Royal School of Needlework. In 1993 Tanja became a member of the RSN workroom and worked on embroidery commissions, restoration and conservation.
In 1995 Tanja took a break from Needlework to tour the world. During her travels she met her future husband – Russell Morash. In 1998 they settled in Calgary, Russell’s home town.
Since 1998 Tanja has been designing and teaching hand embroidery throughout Canada and Internationally.
Tanja has contributed embroidery articles to the Inspirations Embroidery Magazines, A-Z of Thread Painting and the A-Z of Goldwork. Her particular interest lie in blackwork, goldwork, needle painting, two-sided embroidery, Jacobean and whitework.
Tanja maintains her own website which features her designs and related products.