St Anthony’s House (behind St Anthony’s RC Church) Clontarf Road, Dublin 3.
Admission at the door is €5.00 for members and €10.00 for guests (who may attend twice before becoming members).
There is a lending Library for members. Quilting supplies, fabrics, notions etc. may be purchased from visiting shops. Tea and coffee are available before the meeting. There is usually a speaker and illustrated talk and members are encouraged to “Show and Tell” the stories behind their completed quilts.
Try out different techniques for adding dimension to your quilts by creating a small sample piece. You can choose from a seafloor scene, a romantic rose still-life or fun potted succulents.
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Dearbhla O'Reilly will help beginners to quilt their first creation and open the wealth of possibilities this simple quilting technique can offer.
Tomomi does stunning free motion quilting and is happy to share her tips and tricks with anybody who wants to give it a go.
Quilt As You Go is a wonderful technique that enables you to quilt your blocks at the same time as you piece them, and then put them together in a couple of simple steps to get as big or as small a quilt as you wish - divide and conquer is the key to success.
Gillian Travis is a renowned textile artist from the UK, this is what she says about this workshop on her website :"My new collection of quilts is made using an innovative method of weaving or interlacing.
Inspired by Scandinavian woven Christmas decorations I have developed the patterns and designs to make fabric blocks that when put together can make a wall hanging, cushion or bag.
Images of these quilts can be seen in my gallery."
Gillian Travis is a renowned textile artist from the UK.
Sandra Butler will help beginners put together their blocks, add interest with sashing and cornerstones and finish their first quilt top or a table runner.
Annmarie is our branch member who runs her own fabric shop and studio Crafty Studio.
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