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Starting January : Learn to make a patchwork quilt

Starting January : Learn to make a patchwork quilt

Patchwork and quilting projects are everywhere these days, and we’re all being tempted by the lovely images in the magazines and TV programmes – but what if you’re just a beginner and don’t know how to do all that fancy stuff? It takes loads of special skills and years of experience to make a patchwork… Continue Reading

Get that UFO* done with our Saturday Project classes

Get that UFO* done with our Saturday Project classes

*No flying saucers here… in the world of patchwork and quilting, a UFO is an Un-Finished Object, and almost all quilters have a few lying around somewhere! When it comes to unfinished quilting projects, we’ve found that there’s usually a reason why they’re not done – a decision that needs to be made, a technical… Continue Reading

18 October 2012: Drunkard’s Path with Linda Chevell

18 October 2012: Drunkard’s Path with Linda Chevell

Drunkard’s Path is a popular, traditional patchwork pattern where curved corners appear to have been cut from squares and rearranged to create a wiggling, organic pattern of paths and pinwheel shapes. Achieving this effect usually means sewing a convex curve to a concave one for every patch – with lots of pins, fiddling and frustration!… Continue Reading