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Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee by The Village Haberdashery - crafts in London
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Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee by The Village Haberdashery - crafts in London

Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee

by The Village Haberdashery

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1 reviews
In this class you will make your very own quilt.

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Two session course

Beginner

West Hampstead NW6

Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee
by The Village Haberdashery

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Classes

Two session course

Daytime

If you've ever wanted to make a quilt, this class if for you!

Students must know how to use a sewing machine.

In this class

Over four evenings you'll learn techniques and tips for every step of the process from our award-winning teacher, including fabric selection, cutting, piecing, basting, quilting and binding.

Your teacher, Charlotte Newland is an accomplished dressmaker, quilter and all-round crafter. Her quilts have received awards at QuiltCon and the Blogger's Quilt Festival, and is the winner of The Great British Sewing Bee 2016!

Please note: there will be some "homework" for this class and students who do not have a sewing machine at home can arrange to use the shop's machines between classes for free.

Take Home

At the end of the course, you'll leave with a gorgeous finished lap or baby-sized quilt to keep for yourself or give as a gift.

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Did you know?

The history of quilting in Europe goes back at least to Medieval times. Quilting was used not only for traditional bedding but also for warm clothing. Clothing quilted with fancy fabrics and threads was often a sign of nobility. Henry VIII's household inventories record dozens of "quyltes" and "coverpointes" among the bed linen, including a green silk one for his first wedding to Catherine of Aragon, quilted with metal threads, linen-backed, and worked with roses and pomegranates.
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Peter
27 Mar
Totally enjoyed the workshop. Came away with my first finished quilt. Charlotte is a great tutor and person. Defiantly recommend this to anyone of any ability.

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Peter
27 Mar
Totally enjoyed the workshop. Came away with my first finished quilt. Charlotte is a great tutor and person. Defiantly recommend this to anyone of any ability.

Class location

West Hampstead
West Hampstead Square
NW6 2BR
London

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Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee by The Village Haberdashery - crafts in London

About your host, The Village Haberdashery

The Village Haberdashery provides sewing and craft classes with a modern spin from their shop and studio in West Hampstead, London. They offer a range of fun and varied courses for students of all levels of experience. From dressmaking to quilting, weaving to macrame, calligraphy to paper crafts, and a host of many other creative classes, The Village Haberdashery is bound to have a workshop for you!

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Notes

The materials you'll need to bring or buy over the course of the class are listed below. On the first evening you'll only need the fabric for the front of your quilt. * Front fabric: A variety of fabrics for the front adding up to approx 1 square metre (not smaller than 5" squares). If you're bringing/buying fat quarters, this works out to about six. Charm packs are also a good option. * Back fabric: One piece approximately 1 square metre * Binding fabric: Half a metre * Wadding (must be at least 40" x 36") * Thread for quilting, plus thread for homework (neutral piecing thread will be available for use in the shop) * Safety pins for basting (about 60) All materials are available for purchase at The Village Haberdashery and students receive a 10% discount when they buy their supplies in the shop. Sewing machines and tools will be provided.

Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Learn to Make a Quilt with Charlotte Newland, winner of The Great British Sewing Bee
by The Village Haberdashery
Two session course