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Ooh! Curves! Scary stuff!! Or is it? Well not by the end of this workshop, it’s not! We will take the single Drunkard’s Path block and make template-free blocks - freehand cutting with a rotary cutter (And no rulers!). We will play with some variations and develop your confidence in cutting freehand and piecing curves.
Please note that this workshop runs across two afternoons
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 8 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
This workshop will all take place using the magic of Zoom technology - which is actually pretty easy to access, despite even my susceptibility to technological mishap! If you have not used Zoom before, we can set up a short session in advance to get you comfortable.
It will be an informal, creative day and it is up to you how much work you get done. I will provide clear instructions via some form of pattern download in advance, and be there throughout the day to help and support, give extra tips, tricks and instructions and give extra information that will not be on the download.
You will need to be able to access the internet on a computer, tablet/iPad or smartphone/iPhone. You will also need to be able to print off any information that I will send, or be happy to access it on your device. It might make life easier for you if your device and your sewing machine are in the same room.
The workshops will run from 2.30 until 5.00 on both days, Sunday AND Tuesday – you will need to provide your own tea and cake (sorry!).
A full materials list will be sent upon confirmation of your booking.
This course is taught online
2 days (2:30pm to 5:00pm)
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