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 me or the chairman of South West Quilters along with a SAE and it will be directed to the relevant course organiser.
1 day workshop with West Country Embroiderers at Cheriton Bishop Village Hall, Devon, EX6 6JA. Contact: Felicity Dudbridge
Sunday 30th June at St Andrew’s Church hall, Exton. Cost £40 non-member £45. Price includes all paints, stencils and blocks supplied. students only need to bring fabric and anything they have and want to play with, learn how to use? Learn how to block print your own fabrics for all your sewing projects. Creatively combine
September 7th Awliscombe village hall Nr. Honiton EX14 3PJ. Jo will be showing us how to needle turn applique. This is already over subscribed for her needle turned applique workshop. For those who have given me your names you could now send me your cheque for £28/£31 please Contact Gill Jackson
Saturday 5th October. Exeter area. cost members £22, non-members £25. These beautiful 3D flower bowls nest inside each other to create 3D flower blooms which can be used as decorative pieces or as functional bowls – so they are both pretty and practical. They are reversible too, giving you lots of variations. We will start
Friday 11th October at Meldon Village Hall, EX20 4LU. 10 am to 4 pm. Members £23 / non-members £26. This will be a non-sewing day. Barbara will show how to create and produce your own quilting designs. Book with Monica Roberts
Saturday Oct 26th Jan Tillett at Awliscombe village hall Nr. Honiton EX14 3PJ. Cost £22/£24 Jan says – using medieval tiles as inspiration, instructions will be given to make a small embroidered panel. Techniques & materials used will include stencilling onto fabric, applying gilded flakes & free motion stitching. Book with Gill Jackson.
1st December. At St Andrew’s Church Hall, Exton. Cost £30, Non members £35. Abbie Anne is offering 3 patterns the daisy runner, tin mine and straight curves. She writes:- “A fun fast technique! Reverse appliqué enables you to achieve intricate looking designs with less effort. We’ll layer, stitch and snip to reveal all sorts of