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1-2-1 Online No-pin Curves Workshop

April 3, 2020

This is a one-to-one session via Zoom covering all stages of sewing three sizes of the Drunkard’s Path block using no pins. The session is suitable for newbie quilters and extreme quilters alike. I’ll show you how I, with the help of my templates*, cut, piece, press and trim the Triple Drunkard’s Path block. After you’ve paid for your workshop I will email you to discuss what time…

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1-2-1 online Twice Cut Drunkard’s Path Workshop

April 3, 2020

This is a one-to-one course of two sessions via Zoom. Do you want to learn how to sew no-pin curves and learn how to use this skill in an exciting new way? In these two sessions we use my Drunkard’s Path Templates (Oval and Circular) to get our heads around the twice-cut (or sometimes thrice-cut) Drunkard’s Path block and the fun and unlimited ways of using this technique.…

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Papper, Sax, Sten in Denmark- Quilt Retreat at Aarhus Hotel October 2020

February 18, 2020

HELENE JUUL’S QUILT RETREAT- 9-11/10/2020 9/10 TALK/TRUNK SHOW. Curve Talk with Jenny Haynes 10/10 THISTLES, COGS & CATERPILLAR WHEELS- A Curves and FPP workshop playing with a take on the classic NYB block. Thistles, Cogs and Caterpillar Wheels with Jenny Haynes 11/10 A HOLE LOTTA LUV- Perspective with the help of no-pin machine-pieced curves and angles, lots of angles. A Hole Lotta Luv with Jenny Haynes  …

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Book review of Quilt Modern Curves & Bold Stripes by Daisy Aschenhoug and Heather Black.

February 16, 2020

I’ve been eagerly anticipating this book by Daisy Aschenhoug and Heather Black. Both Daisy and Heather have been on my radar for years as I share their love of curves and the Drunkard’s Path block in particular. They are modern, innovative and creative quilters both with their own unique style and I always look out for any new and exciting quilt designs from either of them. So when…

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Choosing colour with help from the #rubyruler

February 10, 2020

This piece is long overdue, so I’d like to start with an apology to Blair Stoker of Wise Craft. In December I was asked asked by Blair if I wanted to have a play with her Ruby Ruler and of course I said yes (after secretly looking up what colour value means*). I’ve got no colour training so I was very curious to find out how it worked and what the impact…

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Skinny Inset Curves- London 11 July

November 25, 2019

In this intermediate patchwork class you’ll learn how to piece super skinny inset curves! This exact and intriguing technique allows you to add a line drawing effect to your sewing. This can be used instead of piping on garments (think yoke or pocket detail), in improv piecing or as a block in a cushion or a quilt. On the day we’ll be making a block using my custom…

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Faced and Mitred binding

March 29, 2019

Sometimes finished is better than perfect. Apart from the first picture, that was taken by Lee Thompson,they were all taken one winter evening in deepest darkest Sheffield. I have been planning on sharing this tutorial for a long time but as I wanted pretty pictures, and life got in the way of taking said pictures, the tutorial got postponed month after month. I’ve still shared it with my…