We know how disappointed you must be that both the Spring and Summer Meetings have been cancelled, we are too. As a committee we have been trying to think of ways to make up for the lack of workshops and have come up with the idea of putting video workshops on the SWQ website. As
I would like to remind you that you may book workshops from our pdf booking form on this web site under the ‘Workshops‘ heading. Please print off the form and post it to the relevant Rep with a SAE and it will be directed to the respective course organiser.
Saturday 7th May 2022 at the Ockment Centre, North Street, Okehampton, EX20 1AR. Cost £27 SWQ members/£30 non-members. There will be a £10 charge for materials per person, paid directly to Alison on the day. Alison writes “ Come and learn how to create a small unique textile art landscape using fabric and free motion
To be held at the Hub, near Whimple on Friday 27th May. – 10am to 4pm Cost £27 to members / £30 non-members This workshop is ideally suited to those with experience of Foundation piecing. Liz offers the 6” block version; as this will introduce how to create it and will then enable you to
with Katalin HorvathSunday 26th June 2022In the Exeter Area(Venue to be confirmed)From 10 am to 4pm Cost £30 members, £33 non-members Katalin is offering a workshop on her technique of Draw, (she will provide a drawn pattern) and show us her Sew and Trim method. Kati’s says her method will transform how you do appliqué.
Using Medieval tiles as inspiration, instructions will be given to make asmall embroidered panel. Techniques and materials used will includestencilling on fabric, applying gilding flakes and free motion stitching Saturday 2nd July 2022, 10am to 4pmOckment Centre, North St., Okehampton, EX20 1AR.Cost £27 SWQ members/ £30 non-members. To book, please complete a booking form, and
Date : Saturday 9th July 2022 At : Clyst St George Village Hall, EX3 0REnear Exeter and M5/J30Time 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Cost : £30 for members / £33 for non membersA day to create fabulous fabrics!, using a variety of fabrics, e.g. velvet, organza, lurex, silk and so on, and techniques such as layering and