Introduction to Disappearing Nine Patch with Wendy Gardiner - 19th May 2023
This design looks like a lot of hard work, but really it is deceptively simple!
Patchwork and quilting are all about perfectly cut fabric pieces and perfect stitching. Try your hand at this simple patchwork technique that looks far more complicated than it is, so produces ‘wow’ factor results! You will use a rotary cutter/ruler and mat, quarter-inch foot and learn how to match seams perfectly. With a bit of clever cutting and twisting, you will turn a simple nine-patch block into a disappearing nine-patch! You can either make one block and turn it into a cushion cover or bag or do a few as the start of a quilt.
Disappearing Nine Patch
- 3 coordinating fat quarters for the main bag
- Rotary cutter/mat and acrylic ruler (we can loan these)
For a tote
- 2 fat quarters for lining or remnant 90 x 40cm
- 80 x 40cm of wadding
- Magnetic clasp
For a cushion Cover
40 x 90cm of fabric for the front and back of the cushion
1m x 40cm of wadding
- From each of the three co-ordinating fabrics, cut 6 squares of 15 cm (so you will have 18 in total)
- For Tote - From what is left of one of the fabrics cut two handles 7 x 32cm
- For the Cushion Cover – Cut 2 backs 30 x 40cm.
What You Need To Bring: The Sewing Room is fully equipped with Janome Sewing Machines and Overlockers as well as all the tools you need to complete your project. You are very welcome to bring your own machine and sewing box if you wish.
Venue: The Midhurst Sewing Room
Dates: Friday 19th May 2023
Workshop Start/End time: 2pm-5pm
Workshop Duration: Half Day
Workshop Tutor: Wendy Gardiner
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