This class runs on Sunday 16th September 2018 10:00am - 5:00pm
Curves big and small but no pins in sight. In this class you' get to try out Jenny's Drunkard's Path and Oval Drunkard’s Path templates that she designed to make her quilts. You'll learn how to cut, sew and press perfect curves using Jenny's no-pin technique. Make one of Jenny's Quilt or design your own with the help of your tutor. . You'll learn how to cut, sew and press perfect curves using Jenny's no-pin technique.
Fabric allowance is always depending on which project you want to make but four fat quarters will get you started on a cot quilt or cushion.
Not suitable for complete beginners.
About Jenny: A Swedish exile having spent the previous 18 years in Hackney, Jenny Haynes (née Nilsson) studied Pattern Cutting and Tailoring in her native Stockholm. Soon after, she followed her passion for fabrics and moved to London to study Fashion and Textiles at the London College of Fashion. She went on to develop her own label 'Papper, Sax, Sten' (that's 'Paper, Scissors, Stone' if you're wondering!), working with textiles that reflect these different influences. Her bespoke quilts and furnishings are recognised for their clean and simple, mid-century modern design. Often mixing vintage fabrics with modern prints, rich colours with pastels, wool and silk with linen and cotton, while remaining faithful to her Scandinavian roots. This was recognised in 2015 when Jenny was invited by the Swedish Chamber of Commerce, along with 18 other Swedish designers, to be a part of Heal's Swedish Summer Exhibition. Heal's having a long history of promoting Swedish design with exhibitions in 1923, '51 and '71. More recently Jenny has contributed to the much anticipated book "Patchworking & Quilting: A Maker’s Guide" published by Thames and Hudson for the V&A, available to by in October 2017. Find out more about Jenny and her stunning designs at Pappersaxsten.comRefreshments are provided along with home made cakes. In our classroom we will provide all the equipment required on the day, you just need to bring your own fabrics. Please let us know at time of booking if you are bringing your own machine. (You will need to bring the manual in case of trouble shooting!) If you would like to bring and use your own equipment you will need a basic sewing kit, ruler, rotary cutter, fabric and paper scissors and a pencil. On the day of your class you will receive 10% off all purchases in our shop. If you wish for us to email your discount code before the class so that it can be used online, please drop us an email. Please note this 10% class discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount offer.
If this workshop is fully booked or you are unable to make this date please email email@example.com and we will add you to our waiting list for new up and coming classes.