Programme

Programme 2020 - 2021


Our Programme runs from September to June. Meetings start at 10am and finish at 12.30pm.

Hot drinks, home baking (and a chat!) are available from 9.30am.

Please CONTACT us for more information.


Please note that during the current restrictions we are meeting on line via Zoom.  

The links for each meeting will be emailed to members each month.  


16th January:  Gillian Cooper


20th February: Japanese Boro Style Stitching


20th March: Angela Daymond


17th April: Linus quilts


15th May: Quilters Guild suitcase collection.


19th June:  40th Birthday Party!


18th Sept:  AGM + Lesley Bell


16th October Leah Higgins

Chairman's Newsletter

Previous Programme 2019-2020


Saturday 21st September 2019 

AGM

CHAIRMAN'S CHALLENGE UPDATE

LANDSCAPE QUILT CONSEQUENCES - hands on sewing activity


Saturday 19th October 2019

LEAH HIGGINS "ROAD TO RUINS"

Talking about her creative journey from her first traditional patchwork quilts through creating more contemporary pieces, to developing her Ruins series of abstract quilts and more.


Afternoon: LEAH HIGGINS MINI WORKSHOP "COLOURFUL CITYSCAPES"


Saturday 16th November

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS AND GIFTS WORKSHOP


Saturday 14th December 2019

CHRISTMAS PARTY


Saturday 18th January 2020

LINUS DAY  Group sewing and assembly day


Saturday 22nd February 2020

GILLIAN COOPER "USING SKETCHBOOKS TO IMPROVE QUILTS" talk


Friday 13th March 2020

One day workshop:  LIBERATING LOG CABIN 11: CURVES IN THE CABIN


Saturday 14th March 2020

JANICE GUNNER "PASTIME TO PROFESSION" talk


Saturday 25th April 2020

T.B.C.


Saturday 16th May 2020

"INTO THE WOODS"    Traditional Quilt Group Suitcase Collection


Saturday 20th June 2020 

ANGELA DAYMOND "COLOUR MY WORLD"

Take a trip around the world looking at how people have used traditional plants animals and minerals to colour cloth for centuries around the world. The process of natural dyeing has changed very little over time. You will hear about traditional

European plant dyes, travel east to view tribal mud resist dyeing to the blue indigo vats from Japan. The talk includes keynote presentation and stitched textiles.