QGSA Member Teachers
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If you are a financial member of QGSA, teach Patchwork & Quilting and would like your contact details on this page please email email@example.com
Viewers please note: QGSA cannot take responsibility for the services offered by any member utilising this page.
If you are interested in teaching & would like to know about mentorship opportunities, please contact infoline.
Attention all Quilting Tutors in SA - August 2016
Guild Executive Committee have proposed an exciting opportunity for tutors in South Australia.
As SA tutors you are invited to have your workshop details included in an advertising brochure which will be put together by the Guild. This information will be available when enquiries are received from interstate or country SA, in fact anywhere, about what tutors in our state have to offer. It will also be used when Guild has an 'information booth' eg at Festival of Quilts and other events. The list will be an extension of the current Tutor list that appears in Patches from time to time & on the webpage. To be included you must be a financial member of the Guild or a member of an affiliated group.
Please follow this template to submit your details:
Brief Description of workshop
Skill Level suggested
Shop where workshop is held (if applicable)
Address of shop (if applicable)
Attach digital photo of your project(s)
If you are on the current teachers list (see Feb/March 2016 issue of Patches) please check the details & confirm that you wish to continue.
Send your information to Heather Ford firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers Forum Facilitator
Julie Abbott - www.julesabbott.com.au - Jules teaches fun, relaxed workshops for all levels, and specialises in colour, embellishment, embroidery, the use of paint, stencils and soldering. Workshops include traditional, Beginners Patchwork & Quilting with a modern twist , ‘Colouring & Design with Zen’, using pencils, pens, paints, stencils, stamps and foils, and ‘Colour, Glitter & Glitz’, where various decorative techniques are taught, including the use of paints, soldering irons, angelina fibres, hand and machine embroidery, foils and collage. Happy to travel
Tracey Browning - constantinequilts.com.au - Machine/longarm/domestic quilting 'Feather Fiasco'
Gina Burgess - email@example.com
Margaret Carberry - firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching at Glandore Community Centre.
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Lorraine Cocker - email@example.com - Phone 0414405157
Machiine quilting, piecing, applique, quilt-as-u-go beginners to advanced. Happy to travel.
Suzanne Gummow - firstname.lastname@example.org - Marden Senior College
Julie Haddrick - email@example.com - An art/ designteacher, Julie teaches a range of creative quiltmaking classes, from designing for contemporary quilts, to hand colouring, painting, printing and hand dyeing of quilt fabric and threads. Raw edge applique for layered and beaded landscapes, Aussie birds and flowers, through to japanese designs. Extend your repertoire of creative quilt skills.
Pam Holland - firstname.lastname@example.org - Taking Quilting one step further
Barbara Mullan - email@example.com - Barbara is a textile artist who specialises in design, particularly colour and composition. Work is layered and stitched using many techniques such as Applique. Passionate about ethnic designs and techniques, whenever possible she travels to remote parts of countries where these techniques are practised. Classes for Embroiderers' and Quilters' Guilds throughout Australia. Phone 08 8363 0263
Lessa Siegele - firstname.lastname@example.org - South Brighton, phone 08 8377 5139
Wendy Whellum - Wendy@legendandlace.com - http://www.legendandlace.com
Mary Williams - www.marywilliamsquilts.com Mary is an experienced tutor willing to travel and teach sewers of all skill levels. Workshops include Traditional Piecing, Quilt As You Go and small creative projects exploring a variety of embellishment techniques, especially thread work.