Well, the Festival of Quilts is finally behind us for this year and we can all sit back, review our purchases and make plans for our next project. Thank you so much all those who visited my stand, it was great to meet you all both old and new friends and hear about your groups and individual works in progress ..... or best intentions!
Many people asked about my teaching schedule for the next couple of years. I do not publish my schedule as I am usually booked by specific groups for their members or individuals for friends and it is their decision to include non-members if they wish. Again thank you to all the groups who have already booked and to any considering it please get in touch as although so many groups are booking two years ahead I still have spaces and would love to fit your group in wherever you are ( I travel from U.K. to Nw Zealand and everywhere in between). Just contact me through this website and suggest three or four dates and I can usually reply by return. It is putting the date in the diary that is the important thing as the subject of the workshop can be decided later at your convenience. My most popular talk is 'The History of a Quilter' which is a rolling subject enabling me to bring lots of items from my past right up to the present. No two talks are the same and include many different techniques, indeed something to interest everyone. I pass a lot of smaller items around and do not need any special equipment such as a projector.
All my workshops are suitable for all levels of needlework or artistic talent ( the 'artistically challenged' are especially welcome !)
I look forward to hearing from you!