Bargello quilt top

Bargello quilt workshop

A bargello quilt is a made from lots of strips of fabric that are sewn together is such a way as to create the illusion of movement. (They are also know as optical illusion quilts). Bargello patterns can look complicated but they are actually easier than you think. Basically if you can sew a straight line you can do this.

During this workshop you will learn the techniques for the classic bargello pattern but there are many to choose from once you’ve mastered the technique.

Quilt rulers and rotary cutters will be provided, please feel free to bring your own if you prefer. We will be following a pattern called High Seas at Hastings designed by Pam & Nicky Lintott and you will go home with your own copy so that you can make the design again and again.

 

Cost

£69.00

Date

26 Sep 2022

Time

9:30 am - 2:30 pm

Book Event

Bargello quilt top £69
Available Tickets: 2
The Bargello quilt top ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.

What you will need

Fabric requirements for the bargello quilt top are:

  • 1 jelly roll of 40 2.5” strips – preferably, don’t know how to phrase this, a good quality one from Moda or similar good manufacturer…
  • 1m each of 2 accent fabrics, plain or textured plain at the dark end of the colour spectrum of the jelly roll.
  • 1 reel 100% cotton thread

Covid precautions

Whilst we continue to live with Covid where at all possible please bring your own sewing machine and sewing kit. Resources are available on-site if necessary. Please view our Covid-19 page for the latest guidance.

Refreshments

Drinks and biscuits will be available but we recommend that you bring a packed lunch with you.

Photography

During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.

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Tanya Tunley

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Tanya Tunley

Tanya is a complete patchwork addict, with fabric stashes to match. Having attended patchwork courses herself in the past, she knows how important it is to have a calm and patient approach when passing on these skills to others. With an enduring love of sewing, knitting and craft, Tanya's life has taken many turns. After studying a biochemistry degree, she trained to become a solicitor, later becoming an NCT antenatal teacher when she became a mum to her four children. She now thoroughly enjoys running patchwork classes at Made and Making.

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