Workshops

Upcoming Workshops 

Brigitte Giblin

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Brigitte Giblin is an Australian quilt designer and teacher who has been making quilts in the naive, antique and traditional styles for over thirty years.Considered one of Australia’s finest designers and teachers, Giblin brings a unique sense of style and an unconventional approach to quiltmaking.

Her well considered designs are inspired by old quilts and reflect her love of fabrics, colour and geometric shapes, as she deftly applies old techniques to  current fabrics. Recreating and capturing the look and feel of antique quilts, her quirky style continues to evolve in response to current fabric trends.

She likes her quilts to be functional, her coverlets utilitarian.

A workshop at Brigitte Gilblin’s studio in Bathurst has been organised –  please be advised that travel to/from this event is not included so you will need to make your own arrangements.

When: from 4pm 22nd July til 3pm 24 July 2019.

Workshop Info: At this workshop you can choose a small project or bring an ongoing project or choose a pattern from Brigitte’s new quilt patterns. The Monday afternoon will be a trunk show and time to choose a project – Tuesday and Wednesday 10-3pm will be workshop time in her air conditioned studio.

Cost: $130 for workshop only (Lunch to be provided by Brigitte at an extra cost up to $20 per day)

Accommodation: Accommodation has been organised at Yarrabin 3253 Beaconsfield Rd, O’Connell which is just around the corner from Brigitte’s barn. The cost of accommodation for 2 days, breakfast and dinner is $280 for room with own bathroom.  This needs to be booked directly with Yarrabin on (02) 6337 5712.  Annie or Jessica will take your booking directly. Yarrabin is a family run rural property and accommodation is basic but comfortable with a lovely open fire and lounge area where we can sew up a storm at night with a glass of wine.

Bookings open 10am Monday 20th May on a first come basis. Numbers are limited to 10 for this workshop so come and join in for two days of great sewing.