Teachers and suppliers who run workshops listed below include those providing classes suitable for beginners and experienced quilters. Please check that the classes are appropriate for your needs before booking.
One to one tuition offered in my studio. Over thirty years experience in teaching art and textiles with a desire to teach people of all abilities. Patchwork, quilting, machine embroidery and design a speciality.
Classes in Ickleton and Fulbourn - one day per month at each location. All abilities welcome. Also teaches C&G.
SUPPLIERS running workshops
Most of the suppliers below have an online shop and also run classes or workshops - check their websites for details.
You will find a myriad of tutoirials and patterns (many free of charge) on the internet. Below is a list of some of the many options for tutorials -you will be sure to find a tutor that suits your learning style and quilting interests.
www.youtube.com - a catchall for anything and everything! Some popular offerings are
Missouri Star Quilt Company - mostly using pre-cuts but easily transferable to yardage.
Man Sewing - modern quilting and some quirky projects
Leah Day - particularly for FMQ
Debbie Shore - bags and other small items
Crafty Gemini - sewing tips and quick projects
www.craftsy.com - some free tutorials - watch out for offers on courses but beware additional costs if you are tempted by their fabric offerings.
This list is prepared free of charge for members of Cambridge Quilters and our visitors but we cannot take any responsibility for the quality or relibility of these providers. If you know of any other local providers we would love to hear from you. Also, if you find an entry is of out of date, please let us know so that we can keep the list up to date. Cambridge Quilters does not endorse any of the classes listed so please check details carefully before booking and paying.