Stash Buster Quilt

This is an excellent way to use that store of material that you have acquired over the years and really don't know what to do with. I made the quilt in the picture without spending an extra penny, everything came out of my stash. Some of the fabric belonged originally to my grandmother! At last,

Bling with a Zing

This is great fun and eco-friendly. All the metal is recycled tomato paste tubes, start saving them now! It is backed with Kunin felt which is made from used plastic cups. All you need is a sewing machine that will do straight stitch and zig-zag.

Sewing Rolly-Polly

A very practical item in which to keep all your sewing bits and bobs for taking to classes. A zipped pencil case at one end and pockets galore for scissors, rotary cutter tape measures etc. As you can see it all tidies up into a convenient roll for transportation. You can use just one fabric

Wiggly-Woggly Cushions

Using multi-coloured fabrics cut with wavy lines, woven and then stitched with the automatic patterns on the sewing machine, we will create a unique cushion cover in a day. Everyone who makes one always wants to do another as no two turn out alike.

Bundle Bags

This is a really useful shoulder bag and can be made in a day. It is big enough to carry everything you need for a day out. Zip pockets for security and a drawstring top for ease of access.