Slow Stitching: Pieceful 19th Century Hand Piecing by Margaret Mew

19th Century Australian  Hand Piecing  by Margaret Mew

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Our Price: $70.00


Saturday, Oct. 27th, 2018 9 AM to 12 PM and 2 PM to 5 PM

Learn to hand piece like a 19th Century Quilter, using time tested techniques. All of those vintage quilts that you LOVE but are too intimidated to make, will come into reach, after spending the day piecing with Margaret.

Margaret hails from
Elphinstone, Australia, a town of just 600 people, and lives in a converted 19th century train station. "A 19th century station is a great place for 19th century style quilts."

Students choose a pieced quilt from Margaret's book for Quiltmania, Quilts from the Colonies..
Students can chose from:
  • Liberty Oak (Intermediate to Experienced)
  • Sarah-Jane's Scrapbag (Intermediate to Experienced)
  • Henrietta and Friends (Intermediate)
  • Annies Medallion (Beginner)
  • Margot (Beginner)
  • Antebellum Beauty (Beginner)
  • Lexington Road (Beginner)
  • Holt's Landing (Beginner)
Also, anyone who wanted to continue from the Rosa Biddelcombe applique class and make the pieced blocks from that quilt could join in as well.

If you took a class with her last year, this is a perfect class to refresh your memory and trouble shoot with Margaret to move your project along.

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