All Counties Craft Challenge Workshop – The Fat Quarters, Newcastle Upon Tyne

January 9, 2017 — 9 Comments

So excited about this workshop!

This is a unique collaboration between Kim Suleman of The Fat Quarters, Melanie Haigh – Regional Support Specialist for Brother sewing machines and me!

In this workshop we will be exploring the unique connection between the Scan N Cut machines, fabric and the Brother range of embroidery machines!

It’s a one of a kind not to be missed!

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Workshop Details

Date: Choice of two dates are available. Either Thursday 23rd or Friday 24th February  2017.

Time: Workshops will run from 10.15am am until 3pm.

Venue: The Fat Quarters, 5 Chopwell Road, Blackhall Mill, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE17 7TN

Details: This is a unique collaboration between Kim Suleman of The Fat Quarters, Melanie Haigh – Regional Support Specialist for Brother sewing machines and me!

In this workshop we will be exploring the unique connection between the Scan N Cut machines, fabric and the Brother range of embroidery machines.

During the morning we will be looking through various methods of preparation for fabrics along with the settings and features of the Scan N Cut machines that will help prepare your projects for use on the embroidery machines.

During the afternoon we will be looking at how these designs and fabrics can then be used with sewing and embroidery machines from Brother.

Refreshments/Lunch: Tea/Coffee and snacks will be provided however you will need to provide your own lunch.

Cost: £30 per person.

How to book: Bookings need to be made directly via the Fat Quarters website.

For Thursday 23rd February – click here.

For Friday 24th February – click here.

Many thanks and I hope to see some of you there.

J :)

9 responses to All Counties Craft Challenge Workshop – The Fat Quarters, Newcastle Upon Tyne

  1. 

    Would love one in Norfolk area !!!

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  2. 

    Looking forward to coming on Friday

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  3. 

    John, can I ask if this is a demo day where we watch or are we supposed to bring machines and sew?

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  4. 

    It would make a great dvd John x

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  5. 

    Same as Judith. Too far. it sounds very interesting. Would love to be there.

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  6. 

    Such a pity it is too far away for me, I would just love to attend.

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