Quilting and Patchwork
Learn the traditional art of Patchwork & Quilting whilst taking your time making a lovely cushion or section towards a quilt. These also make excellent gifts and the patchwork pieces can be made from family or personal mementos - scraps from babys clothes or recycled clothes.
You can learn the art of patchwork and quilting and make a cushion or a quilt (other items can be made - ask us for what to bring)
Which classes can I make this project in?: Mon evening, Wed morning or Thur evening Stitch Classes with Mel or 1-2-1 lessons with Laura Or Mel only - our other teachers don't know how to teach patchwork so double check the teacher
Experience: You will have needed to use a sewing machine before and made at least one item e.g. basic bag or cushion (to get to this level quickly check out our Beginner level classes).
What to bring to your class to make patchwork CUSHION - bring the same but without the cushion pad/back to make a section of quilt:
Note: All fabric needs washing and ironing before class, unless it is 100% polyester or PU/PVC/Olicloth - or the finished item will never be washed. Check fabric content and any washing/ironing instructions when purchasing fabric
We provide: sewing machine (or bring your own if you prefer), scissors, pins, chalk, tape measure etc if you don’t have your own
Where to buy fabric: Suggestions of where to buy your fabric locally will be given on your booking confirmation, or to see our list of local fabric shops now click here
Email us Here with any pre-class questions
Click here to arrange One-to-One Lessons
Book 2-3 Stitch Classes (Mon evening, Wed morning or Thur evening with Mel only)
"I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. Laura was really great, I liked the way that everyone was able to do things in their own way,it was very enjoyable and I learnt a lot.'' Lois, Hove
''I'm sooo pleased with my patchwork cushion - I went straight home after the workshop to make a second one!'' Rebecca, Hove