Description

In this workshop we will make a Christmas Wall Hanging measuring 24” x 35”.

It is a great way of using up small fabric strips from your stash or new season fabrics, a relatively simple construction but resulting in a stunning effect.

In this one day workshop we will aim to make the panel, sandwich and quilt it.

Level of Experience

Not suitable for beginners to patchworking.  Accurate cutting is required, along with lots of machine stitching.

Materials / Equipment required by Attendees

Materials :

  • TBA

Equipment :

  • Basic Sewing Kit
  • Cutting mat and rulers
  • Rotary cutter
  • Sewing Machine (including 1/4” foot with guide if you have one)

If you do not have a Sewing Machine, or don’t want to bring your own, you can use one of our latest Brother demonstration machines for the nominal fee of £3.00 per session.

Tutor

Jackie

Duration and Price

6 Hours. £25 per person

 

The maximum number of attendees for this workshop is 8

 

Places on workshops are secured by a £10 cash deposit at the time of booking and balance payable on the day direct to the workshop leader.

 

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