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Learn something new! Classes in our West Hampstead shop the week of 13 October!

Want to learn to sew or learn to knit? We have some great classes coming up in our West Hampstead shop! Read on to find out what you could learn next week. Don’t forget if you book two places, either in two classes or for you and a friend in one class, you save 10% with code STITCH2!

Sew a Christmas Quilt with Judith Dahmen – £135
Tuesdays, 14 and 28 October and 4 and 11 November, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Xmas quilt
Dec the halls with a cosy winter-themed quilt this year. In this four-evening class you’ll make a festive Christmas-tree inspired quilt top plus learn how to baste, quilt and bind your finished quilt. This is a great class for students who have made a basic block quilt and want to learn new techniques for piecing and sashing. The finished quilt measures 50 x 60 inches. Keep it for yourself or give it as a gift! For more information and to reserve a place, click here.

Make a Sausage Dog Softie with Marilyn Lewin – £40 
Saturday, 18 October, 10am – 12:30pm


In this class you will make an adorable, cuddly sausage dog! This is a fun introduction to sewing soft toys and will teach you soft toy construction and finishing techniques. A Sausage Dog Softie would make a perfect gift for children! For more information and to reserve a place, click here.

Sew an Applique Placemat by Marilyn Lewin – £45
Saturday, 18 October, 2pm – 5pm


In this class we’ll make a placemat based on Carolyn Friedlander’s Circles quilt pattern! You’ll get to try your hand a appliqué, quilting and binding while creating a pretty placemat to decorate your table. For more information and to reserve a place, click here.

One time only! Reconstructed Quilting with Luke Haynes – £115
Sunday, 19 October, 9am – 5pm


Working with recycled textiles, Luke Haynes challenges perceptions of self-expression and redesigns environs. With cloth as his medium, he creates images that examine function, craft, and art. In this special, one-time-only event we are going to take clothing or just our own stash and work organically to create a small quilt top. Luke will walk the class through a series of steps that will deconstruct and reconstruct fabric into something greater than the sum of its parts. we will be working with abstract forms and learning how to harness fabrics that may be a little outside of the normative quilting oeuvre. For more information and to reserve a place, click here.

If you can’t make it to any of our classes but you’re itching to start a new project, our sewing studio can be rented at £8 per person per hour. This includes the use of a sewing machine and our overlocker, all of our sewing tools and full access to the biscuit tin! Call or email us to book.

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