Featuring Patchwork & Quilting Course Information: City & Guilds, leisure classes & workshops, plus galleries of tutor & students’ work.
A Future and a Hope (detail)
Dead Sea Scrolls (detail)
Recycling Boxes (detail)
The Big Apple (detail)
Wheels within Wheels (detail)
2019 – 20 New Course information. Welcome to this website with information about the Patchwork & Quilting classes I teach in Bristol and the South West area. I’ve been teaching since 1996 and I love it – it’s a wonderful world to belong to!
I currently teach a range of leisure classes and City & Guilds courses (for further info click on the link below) however, there’s a change to the C&G courses. It was announced last year the Design & Craft courses would be extended till 2022, but unfortunately City & Guilds haven’t rescinded the decision to bring the registration date forward which has been very problematic. It means I am no longer able to offer the courses, which is a great shame. Looking to the future, I hope to start a leisure class for ‘post-graduate’ C&G students who want to carry on learning and developing new skills, but this will be after 2020 when current C&G students complete their courses. Please note: There will be an exhibition of current students work at the West Country Quilt Show 29-31st August 2019.
New course information is updated as soon as I have all the available information to hand, usually around Easter.
For further details on each of the courses click on the link at the top of the page.
For booking forms and to check availability of places, please contact me via the ‘Contact’ tab (above).
Galleries – click on the first thumbnail picture and follow the arrows to scroll through the Gallery.
Exhibition News – click on this for information on forthcoming exhibitions of students’ work.
Links – there are links to other artists mentioned on the website. The majority of work featured has been designed by students and myself, but where work has been inspired by books and workshops, the authors have been credited and ‘links’ created to their websites, where you can find more information .
I hope you enjoy looking through the inspirational items students have created. It’s a privelage to teach such enthusiastic and talented people – we have a lot of fun!! Get in touch if you’d like to join us!
Lynne Quinn – 2019
P.S. A big thankyou – to Neil at ‘Winterbourne Computer Services’ for helping me create & maintain this site!