Camp in the City was started in 2007 and has proved to be very popular ever since.
We’ve found it is a great way to get together and have a whole weekend working on projects that you either want to start or complete while others also keen on quilting and patch working do the same – it couldn’t be better.
It’s fair to say we have a lot of fun!
Camp in the City Dates for 2018
Friday 24 August to Sunday 25 August 2018
Friday 9 November to Sunday 11 November 2018
Bayfield High School, T Block
Friday 5.30pm to 9pm
Saturday 9am to 9pm
Sunday 9.30am to 4pm
$20 for the full weekend (or $5 for Friday night, $10 for Saturday and $10 for Sunday)
If you have any queries contact us!
What to Bring
Something to share for morning and afternoon tea, your sewing machine and plenty of projects, your lunch and tea- or buy it- its up to you.
Mary Jane Sneyd is holding a techniques class on Saturday 25 August 2018 at Bayfield High School. You will learn techniques that can be applied to portraits, nudes etc. The class is aimed at intermediate quilters. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE ABLE TO DRAW.
This class does not require a sewing machine however another class will be run later as a continuation of this class where you will learn stitching, appliqueing and finishing methods.
If you want to attend this class contact Cathy Whyte firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 0695 152
9 June 2018 monthly meeting will be held at Bayfield High School, Shore Street Dunedin in the technology block from 10am to 2pm
New members very welcome
The speaker will be Sara Crow from the Dunedin Curtain Bank. The Curtain Bank have wonderful fabrics not suitable for curtains so they are branching out and making bags and lap top bags.
Our activity for the day will be making lap top bags for the Curtain Bank to sell to raise funds at the market on 7 July 2018. Sara will bring some kits or bring your own fabric if you prefer. Please bring your sewing machines, thread etc.
This year the theme is Monochromatic.
Think outside the square and enter this years challenge by making a quilt, a cushion, a wall hanging or a bag.
The quilt can be of any size, may contain different hues of the chosen colour, must give an overall effect of the chosen colour/ contain 80% of the chosen colour. The binding and backing must be of the chosen colour (or lighter/darker shade).
The completed quilt is to be handed in by our September meeting so that judging can occur and the prizes will be handed out at the AGM in October.
Prizes will be awarded:
The Prue Paape Award for overall excellance
The Liddy Rekker Cup for machine quilting
Quilters & Patchworkers of Otago Award for hand quilting