All of our workshops are taught in our workshop space in Nailsea, North Somerset, a short drive from Clevedon, Weston Super Mare, Portishead, Bristol and the Chew Valley.
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Flying Geese Patchwork Pouch Bag
November 16, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
One event on January 13, 2018 at 10:30am
Join Gill and begin your patchwork journey! Using the flying geese pattern you’ll create a beautiful and useful zippered, padded, and lined pouch bag. This workshop is particularly suitable for anyone new to patchwork as the design is relatively simple to create using a repeating series of steps.
To take part in this workshop you must be familiar with your sewing machine, able to thread it, wind a bobbin, and change the presser foot. You must also have a zipper foot. You don’t need to know how to sew in a zip as Gill will share her technique to achieve a very neat finish.
Materials for this workshop are not included in the price. The list of what you need to bring can be found here.
The workshop may overrun depending on the skills and abilities of the group.
What do our customers say about our workshops?
What was the best thing about the workshop?
Really helpful teaching and nice small group. Loved it! (Claire, Beginners Machine Sewing January 2018)
Very enjoyable relaxed atmosphere, learning new techniques. (Jan, Weave Pattern and Texture on a Peg Loom, January 2018)
Making something I’m proud of, learning new skills, and the social side. Cheese scone recommended! (Jan, January 2018, Beginners Patchwork)
A good way to spend time with friends; the finished product; swishing around with my new skirt; learning how to use my sewing machine. (Mar, Darcy, Lizzie, and Isabella. January 2018, Children’s private group sewing)
Lovely relaxing thing to do in the build up to Christmas. (Claire, Fused Glass, December 2017)
Very relaxing and enjoyable, will definitely do more at home. (Sharon, Needle Felting, December 2017)