Workshops - online workshops until further notice

All workshops run from 10.00-16.00.  Unless indicated Saturday workshops are held in Comberton Village Hall, Green End, Comberton CB23 7DY. Thursday workshops are usually held at Orchard Park CB4 2EZ.

 

It is advisable to arrive by 9.45 to have time to set up your work station and grab a mug of tea or coffee. Drinks and biscuits are available throughout the day but do remember to bring a packed lunch. 

 

To reserve your place full payment is due at the time of booking. Cancellations within six weeks before the date of the workshop will not be refundable.  

You may pay for workshops and membership renewal online: Sort code is 30 91 56, account no: 02907010.

 

Details are still up on the page as we hope to rearrange the workshop dates as soon as practicable.

 

To book an online workshop contact Judith Mann for more information. Workshops run from 10-4 as usual.  

 

Saturday, 21 November 2020 via Zoom

Beautiful Bargello

Pat Archibald

£0

How to make a dramatic Bargello style quilt using only one fabric.  By careful cutting and measuring you can achieve a top ready to quilt by the end of the workshop.

http://www.patarchibald.com

Beautiful Bargello.pdf
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Saturday 16 January and 30 January 2021

Making a bag

Harriet Wilson

£0 - small charge for the pattern

In this workshop we will make a structured bag based on the following pattern: https://www.mrs-h.com/the-squiffy-sling-pattern.html. This is a very clever pattern which is much simpler than it looks. It is designed by a well-known UK-based bag designer, mrs-h, also known as Samantha Hussey.

There will be an introductory talk on 9 December via Zoom.

Harriet Wilson - The Squiffy Sling.pdf
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Saturday, 11 February 2021

Abigail Mill

Creative Machine Embroidery

Landscapes/seascapes

www.abigailmill.co.uk

 

A Mills requirements list.pdf
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Quilters Holdall

Carolyn Gibbs www.carolyngibbsquilts.co.uk

£32

This bag is designed to hold your cutting mat, rulers etc, so that they can easily be stored, and transported to workshops.  Each side has a patchwork panel in a variation of the Delectable Mountains design. Long zips allow the bag to be opened up completely for easy access.  The instructions result in a bag which will hold an A2 cutting mat and a 24” ruler, but could easily be adapted for a bigger size

CG Quilters holdall.pdf
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Stitch, Paper, Cloth

Cas Holmes

£35

https://casholmes.wordpress.com/about/

An introductory workshop based on some of the artist’s personal approaches to creating mixed media works with found materials. We will look at transforming paper and combining it with textile and stitch to create small postcard size samples. Students will explore ideas related to design and the creation of textile papers (momigami) and look at different ways of texturing and transforming found surfaces. 

 

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Lattice Stars

Becky Preen

A jelly roll friendly quilt (54"x66") just add 2m fabric for the background/inner border.

 

£35

http://www.fblquiltingandcrafts.co.uk

B Preen Lattice Stars.pdf
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Fabric Bowls Missin.pdf
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Fabric Bowls

Mel Missin

£25

To make these fabric bowls we will be using a few different techniques. We will be using interfacing (Vlieseline) and organza as well as transfer paints/dyes. The piece will be free motion stitched (optional). Embellishments can be added also.A soldering iron is used to complete the shape of the bowls.

https://mellymadedesigns.com

Life's a Bleach

Mary McIntosh

£28

Using discharge paste and household bleach to create lovely rich coppery colours on black and dyed fabrics. Can be messy and smelly!

http://www.marymcintosh.co.uk

Life's a bleach requirements list.pdf
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 Japanese Inspirations

Pat Archibald www.patarchibald.com

£35 + £3 kit for use of Markal and brushes

Pat will introduce different ways of working with Markal paint sticks and then we will move onto working on a project so that you can take home something that will be almost finished. 

Using one or two beautiful Japanese family crests we will use Markal and simple stencils to transfer the designs to fabric. We will add a narrow border and binding and finish with some quilting. 

P Archibald req list.pdf
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Saturday, 20 February 2021, Comberton Village Hall

Quilted Memories to Cherish

Janet Clare

£TBC

You will learn to layer techniques such as fusible applique, FMQ, hand quilting, embroidery and quilt as you go to create unique pieces inspired by your own cherished memories.

 

 

Janet Clare - Quilted Memories to Cheris[...]
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