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Patchwork For Beginners


Patchwork for Beginners-an online class introducing you to patchwork and quilting


Do you dream of making a quilt but it just seems so daunting? It doesn’t have to be. Each quilt starts with just one block so, in this online class, I introduce you to two basic building blocks used in quilt making. Start your journey today.

In this class, we will cover the following:
Choosing Fabric
Cutting Fabric
Basic blocks of patchwork-squares and half square triangles
Sewing block together
Simple quilting
Finishing-either as a wall hanging, table topper or small pillow

Not got a sewing machine? Prefer to hand sew? Not a problem, new videos have been added so you can complete the Patchwork for Beginners class without the machine.
Learn how to hand sew your pieces and hand quilt your finished block.

To go along with this class I offer complimentary membership of my craft club for six weeks, with a Facebook group for support and live Q&A session if needed. I am available at any time via email or messenger to answer any questions. You have life time access to the class page with pdf and video instructions.

Loopy’s Place online classes are taught using a mix of recorded video demonstrations – You get lifetime access to each class, meaning you can come back to each class as many times as you require
Downloadable PDFs – so you can refer back at any time
Access to the exclusive Membership Facebook group for ongoing support – the class doesn’t finish, you are able to keep asking questions to refine your skills

Once you have purchased your class, I will contact you via email to set up a password to access the members area and class page on my website.

Additional information

UWCF Colors
UWCF Sizes


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I have had a lifelong love of crafts which started with being taught how to knit at a very young age.  It didn’t take long to realise that great joy and satisfaction came from making things.  Even now, I get a thrill seeing something that started just as an idea, becoming a finished product, whether I make it, or teach someone else how to make it.