LINKS TO MEMBER SHOPS/SERVICES
SA Quilters offers the opportunity to financial members to list their services on this page at no additional charge including machine quilters, shops and teachers. You can also find links to various Quilting Guilds in Australia.
Please note that SA Quilters cannot take responsibility for the services offered by any member listed on this page.
For further information please contact us on email SA Quilters
Web Site: Julie Abbott
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.
Phone: 0405 041 311
Rachelle started teaching in 2005 and teaches regularly within South Australia at local shops, SA Quilters and quilting groups within Australia. Her classes include machine quilting, machine appliqué, and beginners. Most of her Patterns are designed as classes and then produced commercially for sale. Rachelle loves to pass on the techniques and knowledge she has gained through her quilting experiences so students then have the skills and confidence to create their own masterpieces.
Phone: 0407 832 995
Linda has been designing and teaching quilting for 20 years.
“I am inspired by traditional designs with an emphasis on reproduction fabrics and appliqué projects. Small projects to large quilts, mystery quilts and retreats. Happy to travel.” Linda.
Phone: 0407 795 059
I’ve been teaching quilting and textile art for a long time, at least 25 years now.
My ideas and techniques have changed a great deal over that time, and I now work mainly from my photographic imagery which I transfer to cloth in one way or another.
I see myself as a journalist in fabric. Each quilt tells a story.
I teach multiple processes in each quilt, which adds to its distinctive effect. However, some of my quilts echo the traditions of traditional quilt making and cultural distinctiveness.
When life gets hectic, I stitch. Slowing down and doing something creative with my hands is the perfect antidote to my busy life as a mum of young kids.
Based in Blackwood, South Australia, I teach slow stitching/sewing to small groups of beginners. Sewing supplies are all provided so you just have to bring yourself. Sessions are two-hours once a fortnight during school terms.
Each session I provide you with a few new notions which are yours keep (scissors, thread, pins, needles etc.) and all the materials you need to work on a small project which you can take home and complete for the next session. By the end of the term you will have your own sewing kit and the skills to build on next term when you can bring your own project ideas, or we can start quilting!
The classes are friendly and relaxed, designed to give you the opportunity to slow down and stitch while you have a cuppa with new friends.