Monday 2 February 2015

Upcoming classes at Nancy's Embroidery

Nancy's Embroidery has just released their 2015 class syllabus, so I'm excited to tell you about the classes I'm teaching there this year.  You can download the syllabus and check out all the classes here.

My first class at Nancy's is an equilateral triangle quilt class.  It runs over a series of three two-hour lessons, on Sunday afternoons between 1.30 and 3.30, on the 8th, 15th and 29th of March.  I taught this class last year and it was really fun seeing all the different variations on an equilateral triangle quilt.

Autumn with a Twist Quilt

Next up is my Garden for Birds quilt class.  I had such a blast last year teaching this quilt - the participants all used completely different colour schemes which was awesome to see.  This class runs over a series of six lessons, between 6.30pm and 8.30pm on Monday 6 and 20 July, 3, 17 and 31 August, and 21 September.

Garden for Birds 2

Garden for Birds Quilt

My last class at Nancy's is one where you can learn how to make my super simple tote bag using Soft and Stable It's a single day class which runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 2 August, and participants should be able to finish the bag in the class.

Echino bag

I will be at the Nancy's meet-the-tutors evening on Wednesday 11 February, if you want to have a chat about classes beforehand.  Otherwise, please feel free to ask here or by sending me an email!

If you're local and interested in any of these classes, but have questions, please feel free to let me know!

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Adrienne said...

Looks like some great classes! too bad I am far across the ocean...

Nita said...

If I lived there I would take your gardens for birds class! Love it!

Mystic Quilter said...

Oh I love your Garden for Birds, especially the second quilt.

Carla said...

That Garden of Birds is a favourite! So very pretty as are they all

Kevin Nguyen said...

Wow, your skill is very excellent. That's so great. I think your are using an Best Embroidery Machine Reviews for your working.

Kevin Nguyen said...

The embroidery is so hot and very nice. Can you give me some advice how to use embroidery machine ? Thanks for your help

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