Thursday, November 12, 2009

Canberra Brown Owls - Appliquing in November


string of hearts, originally uploaded by jude hill.

Hi Canberra Brown Owls!

Our next meeting is on Sunday 22 November at Downer Community Centre, from 2 pm to 4.30 pm.

Michelle is going to teach us all to applique two ways - blanket stitch and needleturn with freezer paper! We'll be learning on scrap pieces of fabric, mainly because it's the easiest way to learn. Once you're mastered the techniques, you can applique on and with anything you like - skirts, tea towels, bags - you name it!

Kits will be provided on the day free of charge and they will include the sticky papers we need, fabric, thread, floss and needles. Just bring along some sharp pins, a pencil and your scissors, and we'll be right to go!

Don't forget your $6 for the room hire and bring something to share for afternoon tea if you like. Tea and coffee are provided, as usual.

This is the last formal meeting for the year - but at the meeting we will be discussing where and when to have our Christmas gathering in December, so come along.

Don't forget to RSVP so we know how many chairs and tables to put out! See you all then!

14 comments:

Kuka said...

wooot woooooooooooot!
I'll be there!! Bron S! xo

Michelle said...

I'd better be there seein' as I'm teachin' it!

Michelle L xo

Michelle said...

I'll be there too

Michelle W

Melissa said...

Count me in this time! I tried to get along last month but couldn't scare up the family car. I've got it on the calendar, all booked up this time.

Dainey D said...

I'll be there with bells on!!
Daina

Mands said...

I'm interstate sorry. Have fun - I love applique.

Anonymous said...

I'll be there for sure.

Cass

Suzy Hausfrau said...

Count me in too!!!!!

Joanne said...

I can't wait to learn applique! See you then

Joanne

Bec said...

I'm in - well me plus kidlets!!

Jennifer said...
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JenMeister said...

I'll be there!!

JustJess said...

FINALLY I can get to a session! Can't wait to meet more Owls.

Georgie said...

I'll be there, finally!