Saturday, October 26, 2013

Julie's Workshop 16th and 17th November 2013

 Fabrics Required for quilt workshop-
If you want to make this quilt you will need

centre - 2 x 24 " squares contrasting (black and white)
grass stems- 50 cms green  1 or 2 colours
variety of scraps for applique
80 cms (green) to appliqué on white borders
First border-        black 50 cm
Second border -  black 60 cm
corner blocks   -  white triangle pieces  (4)  60 cms
large border -      white  1. 3 m
corner blocks   -  Black 35cms.
4th border ( not shown )  80 cms black
Bind    80 cm  ( black)
fusible pelon and visolfix ( applique adhesive)

Remember the colour scheme is up to you i have indicated colours to help you determine which amounts are for where in relation to the picture.

After some consultation and deliberation and a bit of working out we have decided to put the Julie Latcham workshop on the 16th and 17th November.  A few of us couldn't attend on the original date so Gail very kindly reorganised things and thanks to those ladies who didn't mind changing. 

 This is our major workshop for the year where we have a guest tutor so its best we have as many attend as possible.  The saturday night ( 16th)  will also be our Christmas Party. We will go to the Victoria Hotel for dinner together.

This workshop is fully funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund  (RADF ) .  We have to hold a display of the work when its completed. The workshop will cost $ 20 per day.
This is to cover hall hire and the majority of the lunch and we will have  to bring some salad and morning and afternoon tea as normal.

It is at the Golden Age Centre   8.00am till 4.00pm Saturday  and 8.00 to 3.00pm Sunday.  Julie will take 20 in the workshop so if you haven't signed up please do it  ASAP to ensure a place. It will be advertised in the argus next week.

We want you to know  that you dont have to make a quilt. You can make smaller items to learn the technique. ( Wall hanging, table runner, placemats etc, A  24 " cushion you can also come along and work down the end of the hall doing your own sewing while watching the quilt being  created. There is a lot of flexibility here. Your appliqué can be of your own choice. Colours and design can be the same of any you want to do yourself. The pictures below show some quilts being made the Moonie Fine Arts group.

Julie is "Cow Paddocks Patchwork".

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