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Fri, 26 Feb


Online Interactive Workshop

Friday 26 February 2021: Online Workshop (Twin-Needled Appliqué Panel)

Judith Hollies hosts a three-hour Online Interactive Workshop teaching a great skill: Twin-Needled Appliqué!…

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Friday 26 February 2021: Online Workshop (Twin-Needled Appliqué Panel)
Friday 26 February 2021: Online Workshop (Twin-Needled Appliqué Panel)

Time & Location

26 Feb 2021, 18:00 – 21:00 GMT

Online Interactive Workshop

About the Event

Judith Hollies - Friday 26 February 2021 - 6.00pm to 9.00pm (GMT)

Online Interactive Workshop: Twin-Needled Appliqué Panel

We're delighted to once again welcome back the wonderfully talented/engaging Judith Hollies for this technique-based class which teaches you all about Twin-Needled Appliqué!

Introduction by Judith:-

I've been teaching patchwork & quilting for 13 years now. From age 10 I sewed on a Singer Treadle machine, inherited from my dear Granny, not learning how to use an electric machine until I was about 30 years old! I'm a keen 'repurposer' of different textiles in my patchwork & quilting and an absolute lover of fabric scraps! Many of my patterns and designs have been featured in several quilting publications and I can't wait to engage with you all again for this exciting, technique-based class!

What You Will Learn in this Online Interactive Workshop:-

  • How to trace & fuse applique shapes
  • How to set up your machine for twin needling
  • How to appli-quilt using twin needled fusible bias

Skill Level for this Online Interactive Workshop:-

Advanced Beginner/Intermediate – you will have confident use of your sewing-machine (including attaching a Walking Foot) and know how to measure and cut fabric using a rotary cutter & ruler.

Material/Fabric requirements for this Online Interactive Workshop:-

Available to purchase via

  • Background 141/2” square of cotton* or linen*
  • ‘Flower’ Fabrics: 3 fat eighths (or use scraps)
  • Border: 1 fat quarter*
  • Compressed wadding*: 20”/50cm square
  • Calico*: 20”/50cm square
  • 5 metres of 6mm fusible bias tape (contrasting colour to your fabrics)
  • Thread*: 2 matching spools of thread that are same colour as bias tape
  • Basting Spray* (505)
  • ¼ metre Bondaweb*

Equipment requirements for this Online Interactive Workshop:-

  • Rotary Cutter, Ruler and Cutting-Mat
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Greaseproof Paper or Silicon Ironing Sheet
  • Sewing-machine
  • Walking Foot
  • Needles*: Size 80/12 standard needle & Size 80/12 or 90/14 4mm twin needle
  • 2nd Spool Pin (or a tall wine glass!)

Pattern Information relevant to this Online Interactive Workshop:-

A FREE Printable Template is available to download here (please ensure you enlarge it to 169%):

Full Pattern (incl. template) for Mackintosh Flower Cushion is available here:

Additional Information relevant to this Online Interactive Workshop:-

Workshop Prep:

  • Print out and enlarge template to 169%
  • Spray baste wadding and calico together
  • From Border Fabric cut: 2 x (2.5” x 14.5”) and 2 x (2.5” x 18.5”)

Tickets for this Online Interactive Workshop (via the Zoom platform) will be limited & allocated on a first-come/first-served basis! If applicable, any free pattern, or other information, relevant to this course will be forwarded to you after booking and approximately 5 days before the course date. The ticket price of £25.00 is based on ONE person attending this crafting class.

IMPORTANT - Ordering MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT Online For Any Class/Workshop!

In light of the ongoing potential for lockdowns in some/all parts of the UK due to Covid-19 outbreaks & subsequent Government-imposed restrictions to people movement and business operation, we advise everyone to please book your place & order any materials/equipment online in plenty of time ahead of any course dates.


  • Online Workshop: Twin-Needled

    This ticket is for the CraftyMonkies Online Interactive Workshop with Judith Hollies on Friday 26 February 2021 (6.00pm-9.00pm, GMT)

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