You can learn to make 2 spectacular blocks from Chris Jurd’s quilt by booking into her final workshop for the year at Belconnen.
Or sign up to make the whole quilt as a ‘Block of the Month’. All you need to choose is a background fabric. Sample kits are in store.
If you prefer to learn the basics of foundation piecing, book into the ‘Basic Mariner’s Compass’ workshop.
For both classes, call Belconnen shop 02 6253 0011
Sat 6th Oct - Basic Mariner’s Compass – 10.30-3.30pm $105 + materials
Sun 7th Oct – “Lots of Dots” – 10.30-3.30pm $105 + materials
Kings Park is moving to a new location – better parking girls and lots more space.
To make it as easy as possible for the removalists, there will be a Big Sale on this weekend 15/16 Sept. 30% off all fabrics and 20%-50% off other items in the store. With all fabric marked down by a third, this is a terrific time to grab an early bargain on Christmas fabrics and summer sewing. And sneek a peek at where our new shop will be located
Dear valued customers,
Please note that all Hobbysew stores will be closed on Monday 1st October 2012 for the Labour Day Public Holiday.
Hobbysew Belconnen will also be closed on Monday 8th October for ACT Family and Community Day.
For more information on trading hours, please visit our stores page.
The Hobbysew Team
Visit our Hobbysew stand at the Sydney Showground at Homebush. There’ll be heaps of goodies on sale including kits for cushions & quilts, sewing baskets and even some cute novelty items which will make great gifts. (Christmas is just around the corner!)
At the Brother sewing machine stand, right next door you can try out their latest machines by joining in the free workshop to make a bag using lovely fabric from Hobbysew. To help promote the Brother PS3700, Hobbysew is offering a $500 value Show Stopper Special of a PS3700 sewing machine (with manual, bonus sewing projects, bonus DVD, and even 2 quilting feet), plus a trolley bag to fit your new machine, plus a free class at Hobbysew all for just $299! Wowee, it’s going to be a great Show. Check out www.bhglive.com.au for more details.
In ancient times, most of the fabric of Japan was dyed a beautiful indigo blue to make clothes and soft furnishings. This fabric was often printed with designs of birds and animals or embroidered by a method known today as ‘sashiko’.
Coming soon, Hobbysew will be offering a selection of 6 beautiful Japanese panel designs, lovingly printed by hand using a traditional method by a specialist printing factory in Kyoto.
These designs, popular for quilts, wall hangings and soft furnishings, include owls, cats, storks, a dragon and fish and a warrior. Each panel measures 50cm (20 inches) wide, so 2 panels are available in one metre of fabric. The thick, 100% cotton has a soft hand for easy quilting so try contour quilting with pearl 8 thread for a truly stunning look! Sashiko kits are also available to complete the Indigo Story at Hobbysew.
Thursday 6 September 2012 (between 12 noon & 2pm)
Want to see a Piping Foot in action?
How do you make pintucks?
Why do quilters use a Walking Foot?
How do you attach cord or beads with a machine?
Hobbysew Belconnen welcomes Isabella from Janome, who will demonstrate and answer questions about feet, feet and more feet.
10% off any Janome foot ordered & paid for on the day
No further discounts
One voucher per transaction – ask at the counter. Valid 6 September 2012 only at Hobbysew Belconnen, Shop 105A, Lakeside Carpark, Westfield Belconnen (02) 6253 0011