If you love playing with fabrics and embroidery this project is an Indulgence in both.
A variety of fabrics are pieced by hand or machine into small hexagon or square panels.
Use fabrics from a scrap bag or select a range that's inspired by a feature fabric or collection. Cottons, silks, ties, Japanese fabrics, trims, braids and a feature fabric make up the sample panels.
Some fabrics are left whole while others are pieced using wedges, stripes and random crazy patchwork.
Once the fabric is put together by hand or machine, seams are embellished with a myriad of easy hand embroidery stitches used simply or mixed in combinations.
Play with colour mixes, using tone on tone, contrasting colours or experiment with a monotone palette. Each hexagon or square panel is like a small complete project on its own so there's room to try lots of ideas within your project or select a simple theme and carry it right through.
As stitching is complete each hexagon or square panel is padded, backed and bound as you go. This can be done by hand or machine. Final construction is just stitching all the finished panels together to make a complete throw, quilt or bag.

Tutor Sarah Hooker
Date Thu Jun 15, 22, 29
Time 9:30 – 11:30am or 6 – 8pm
Price $110 + materials

This Class has finished for 2017. Our 2018 Class syllabus will be out at the end of January 2018.

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