Learn the basics of patchwork in this two-day workshop and make your very own blanket! Using a pre-cut jelly-roll and some other complimentary fabric, you’ll pick up lots of tips and hints along the way too.
In this introductory course, we will be using jelly rolls which are pre-cut strips of coordinating fabric that will be used to create your simple patchwork block pattern. These will be paired with coordinating fabric of your choice.
This class will cover the following:
- How to coordinate fabric
- How to cut out and layout fabric
- How to assemble and create blocks
- How to use wadding
- How to work with backing fabric and assemble
- How to edge with bias binding
- Lots of tips and hints
On day one, we will start with some patchwork theory and then practice with measuring and cutting. We’ll then work on assembling the strips and converting them into blocks. In between classes students will be asked to finish their front piece. On day two we will work on preparing to assemble, using wadding, sewing together, using bias binding and various styles of quilting.
Students need to be proficient on a sewing machine.
COSTS & INCLUSIONS:
This is a two-day course, running from 10.30am – 4.30pm each day and costs €120
- All tuition
- Wadding, bias binding and thread
- All patterns and instructions
- Use of our sewing machines (Bring your own machine if you wish)
- Lunch and refreshments
Students need to bring a 2 1/2 inch jelly roll of their choice and 1m of backing fabric (all 100% cotton). Students can buy their materials in-store, availing of a 10% discount on the day.
If possible, students should bring their own basic sewing kit (scissors, tape measure, pins etc).
Saturday 9th & Saturday 16th March | 10.30 – 4.30pm
Tuesday 11th & Tuesday 18th April | 10.30 – 4.30pm
BOOKING & MORE INFO:
Or call us on 00353 49 9527424 to book over the phone. A 50% deposit is needed to secure your booking off-line and full payment must be paid in advance.
For more information call us on 00353 49 9527424 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org