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Drawstring Lunch Bag Workshop - 1 Week - 27 June - (10.00am - 3.30pm)

Drawstring Lunch Bag Workshop

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Drawstring Lunch Bag Workshop - 1 Week - 27 June - (10.00am - 3.30pm)
£45.00

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This super handy lunch bag is the perfect size for carrying your lunch to work! It will hold your sarnies, Tupperware boxes with last night leftovers, together with a napkin and some cutlery. This great little bag looks smart and best of all is reusable. It has a drawstring cover to keep everything safe inside. This stylish handy bag can be used not only for your lunch but also for carrying little crafty projects like your knitting and needles.

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Details

Drawstring Lunch Bag Workshop
 
Level:  Beginner Plus
 
Sessions:  1
 
Date:   Saturday 27 June (10.00am - 3.30pm)
 
Class Size:  6
 
Class Description:
This super handy lunch bag is the perfect size for carrying your lunch to work! It will hold your sarnies, Tupperware boxes with last night leftovers, together with a napkin and some cutlery. This great little bag looks smart and best of all is reusable. It has a drawstring cover to keep everything safe inside. This stylish handy bag can be used not only for your lunch but also for carrying little crafty projects like your knitting and needles.
 
What you will need:
A basic knowledge of sewing and some experience using a sewing machine.

- 4 fat quarters
- Cotton thread to coordinate with your fabrics
- 0.5 metre of fusible heavy weight Vilene
- 1.5 metres of cord or ribbon for the ties
 
PLEASE NOTE:  DON'T FORGET TO BRING A PACKED LUNCH WITH YOU
 
What’s included:
- 10% discount on any fabric bought in our shop for this class
- Sewing machines - Janome models
- Rotary cutters, cutting mats and rulers
- Drinks and snacks

About your Tutor:
Suzanne Fisher has been teaching patchwork and quilting for more than five years. She has been using fabric, needles and thread to create things since childhood. She made her first quilt from a kit bought at the Ardingly Quilt show in the early 1990s and has not looked back since. She studied and achieved City and Guild courses in both Embroidery and Patchwork and Quilting. She has made quilts from patterns, ideas gained from different cultures, the World around her and from random ideas scribbled down in a notebook. She uses dyes and printing to make her own fabrics or uses commercially made fabric.
Suzanne is a regular contributor to the UK magazine Popular Patchwork both writing articles about making bindings for quilts and designing and making quilt projects. Suzanne is a member of the Quilters’ Guild and several small embroidery and patchwork groups in Sussex.
 
Location:
Classes are held in our shop


Due to our small class sizes, bookings are non-refundable

Additional Information

SKU S-DLB-27JUN
Type of class Machine Sewing
Skill Level Beginner Plus
Month June
Time of Day Weekend