The frosty weather presents us with a time to work on UFOs (unfinished objects) such as this “Greetings” quilt top – now ready for quilting.
You can never have too many Christmas Stockings!
This example includes a variety of techniques, which we explore during our “Sewing for Christmas” course.
Please contact us to for further details.
If you are interested in the traditional craft of making corn dollies, CLIP (Mablethorpe) have a 5 week course starting on 18th September, which also includes some simple willow craft:
It’s never too early to start those Christmas projects. Join us as we sew useful items for the festive period.
Please contact us for further details.
Locally grown willow and Maris Widgeon corn, materials used in the traditional country crafts of willow weaving and making corn dollies.
If these crafts interest you, CLIP (Mablethorpe) will be running a beginners course in traditional country crafts, starting on Tuesday 18th September for 5 weeks:
Please come and say hello. We will be in the sheep marquee, spinning beside the Lincoln Longwools.
Another opportunity to see this fabulous old pumping station at the open day on Sunday 5th August.
You will find us spinning alongside our favourite breed of sheep – the Lincoln Longwools. More information to follow.
The Lincolnshire Show is almost upon us. You will find us spinning alongside the Lincoln Longwool sheep – our fabulous county breed. Why not come and say hello?
Lets hope that the sun will shine on us this year!
Appliqued boat: small section from a quilted sampler worked using a number of patchwork and quilting techniques.
If you are interesting in learning more about appliquė and developing your sewing skills, please get in touch.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, our Crochet for Improvers Course, which was to start in Louth Library on 5th April will not be going ahead. If you were interested in this course, please accept our apologies. If you would like to contact us, we may be able offer an alternative. Many thanks.