Three New Workshops Launched

At long last the cabin is ready to launch some fabulous workshops. I have a regular ‘Sit and Sew’ on a Monday morning from 10 – 1 and two full day workshops booked in, with more coming soon.

The Sit and Sew sessions are for those who perhaps need a bit of ‘me time’ to get a project done with the added advantage of having design or project help on hand.

We have two full day workshops scheduled so far. The first is the Cathedral Windows workshop. On this course we look at the method to make them but also have two different design options; the Rainbow Cathedral or the Classic Cathedral Window. These finished pieces can be made into either cushions, used as a start of a quilt or as a table mat or bag.

The second day workshop is one closer to Christmas on Saturday 20th November. This time we are going to have some seasonal fun stitching some Christmas Redwork. I’ve made some lovely hearts which string together to make a mini bunting decoration but you can choose from a variety of designs or make up your own. We look at transferring the design, the embroidery stitches used and how to finish your item.

If you would like to book onto either of the day workshops, you can click the links which take you to my shop on the UKQU website. Once purchased, you will be sent a form to fill out with your contact details. Confirmation and joining instructions will then follow.

To join the weekly Sit and Sew sessions, please email me at Helen@strictlyquilting.com to see if there are spaces. These are on most Mondays from 10 to 1 and cost £15 per session. We have six workstations which can fill up quickly.

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