Make a Quilted Coin Pocket | with Lauren MacDonald from Working Cloth
Date: 30 September 2017
Time: 12pm - 4pm (shop open from 10am)
Address: Guild of Objects, 690 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne 3051
Learn how to construct a quilted coin pocket using Hitomezashi (one stitch) Sashiko and contemporary sewing techniques. Literally translated as "Little Stabs" Sashiko refers to the running stitches used to create geometric motifs in this form of Japanese embroidery.
In this class you will learn about the long and global history of quilted objects, including the Edo period origins of Sashiko mending.
No quilting experience necessary, however sewing experience is recommended for this workshop.
Working Cloth is a UK-based textile studio. Working Cloth workshops aim to deepen the appreciation and understanding of textile-based arts, combining textile history and culture with practical applied learning.
Only 10 places available for this class.
What to bring:
BYO sewing machine (optional), or you can use one of two provided for the class. All other materials are provided.
This is a class for adults, participants must be 18 and over.
Interested in a private class, or a group class for a special occasion? We have held workshops for team building, birthdays, hens alternatives, Xmas parties and even baby shower events! Contact us for details.
Refunds & Cancellations
Please choose carefully. Due to our limited class sizes once you've booked and paid we can only issue a refund if the workshop is cancelled. If you are unable to attend you may send a friend in your place or, provided we can fill your place, we can issue you a credit note to use in-store or on future workshops (valid for 12 months).
We need a minimum of 5 people to attend our workshops. If less than 5 people sign up for a class you will be notified of the class cancellation and your payment will be refunded in full.