June 22nd – definitely Zoom @10.15
July 22nd – inperson 11 – 4pm
August 24th (if we want to have a meeting) – Zoom
September 23rd – probably Zoom
October 19th – probably in person
November 18th – tbc
December 14th – tbc
Japan House either 10th or 22nd June.
Meeting in each other’s houses
Please see members area for details under Programme and dates 2021.
Sit and Sew on Zoom
Monday afternoons every other week at 2.30, next meeting 7th Jun Contact Lucy if you want to join this fortnightly meeting.
Meetings will continue on Zoom until further notice. Once some sort of normality returns we will resume meeting in person and at that point plan a programme of activities for these meetings. In the meantime we will continue to meet monthly, alternating Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Christine Chester workshops will be additional to the monthly meeting dates on dates to be confirmed.
THURSDAY 21 JANUARY 2021
TUESDAY 16 FEBRUARY 2021
THURSDAY 18 MARCH 2021
TUESDAY 20 APRIL 2021
THURSDAY 20 MAY 2021
TUESDAY 22 JUNE 2021
THURSDAY 22 JULY 2021
TUESDAY 24 AUGUST 2021
THURSDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2021
TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER 2021
TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER 202
THURSDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2021
TUESDAY 14 DECEMBER 2021
Notes from meeting Tuesday 18 February 2020 – Pauline
Lucy led a morning and afternoon session on Rust, starting the day with an introduction and samples from a workshop with Alice Fox. We worked in small groups first wetting the fabric we had brought, soaking in white vinegar, then wrapping around rusted objects, and finally tying the bundles with cotton/linen thread, or string. We left these to rust in litter trays.
After lunch, a quick run through diary dates and plans for future workshops, and a show and tell, Lucy introduced using rust powder. Having sprinkled, spritzed, sprinkled and spritzed the powder onto fabric and paper we got rather excited as we watched the emerging colours and changing effects. Now we wait to see how each of us incorporates bits of the fabric into our journal quilts???
Huge thanks to Lucy for thorough preparation for the day, lugging the equipment, books, samples to give us a wonderfully playful and satisfying workshop. And warm appreciation to Jill for a lemon drizzle cake of which Mary Berry would have approved.
Click on the image below to reveal a small gallery of photographs capturing the activity.
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