Besides Lynne Johnson's quilt days, which are courses that stretch over months, she is also doing a 'Scrappy Quilt Day on Wednesday 18th October. Some people are doing these on the course, but this is a 'one off' day when you can come, be shown how to do it, and then go off and do it on your own! There are three quilts, with three different methods to choose from: machine piecing, hand piecing or paper piecing:
and then on the 15th November it's the Yoko Saito day.
On the 20th September I'll be showing how to make these sweet little coin purses
On Wednesday 4th October Sandra will be making a 'quilt in a day' Picnic quilt - very quick and easy and a great introduction to quilt-making
I'm really looking forward to Ros Harwood's knitting workshop on the 1st November - Ros' work is so exquisite - she uses the best yarns, lovely colours, so inspiring. We will be making this lovely scarf - the pattern's called Marin by Ysolda Teague and has been really popular on Ravelry.
Then a fun little workshop on the 22nd November with Sandra, making drink coasters in little fabric holders - great stocking fillers!
On Wednesday 6th December Anne Hellyer is coming to the workshop for the first time. She is a textile artist who makes lovely little townscapes out of fabric she has painted herself. Her website is www.paintingthetown.org.uk and we will be making winter townscapes that will be lit from behind - a really lovely Christmas decoration.
And then finally, of course, we have the wreath making mornings and afternoons with Linda, on Saturday 9th December and Saturday 16th December: which means making beautiful wreaths out of all the greenery she has collected, and drinking lots of hot chocolate and eating mince pies!
So, that's quite a list, I think