Join students and staff from the UNSW Design Department for this exciting day of creativity.
Mel Wimborne, UNSW Design Coordinator, will be demonstrating the use of the Design Department’s new laser cutter. She is an avid quilter and has been cutting her own digital cutting templates for use in quilt making.
With our help, Mel will also be introducing UNSW students to the art of patchwork and quilting, so we need lots of keen sewers there to get the students interested. We’re hoping to start a whole new quilting revolution at UNSW.
The theme will be “recycled” so if you can, please bring in any sewing or items you may have using recycled fabrics.
Four new sewing machines will be available for use on the day* (or BYO machine.) Hand sewers are also welcome. Morning tea will be provided by UNSW and there are numerous food outlets on campus for lunch.
For this particular sewing day there is no limit on numbers - the more Guild members the merrier! But please call the Guild office on 9283 3737 to reserve your place. Any queries please call Robyn Shipton 0412 314 754
* If you would like to use one of the sewing machines provided, please let the office know when phoning to book.
Wednesday 21st October 10am- 3pm
Venue: Ground floor, Material Sciences Building, E10. Enter via Gate 2, High Street Kensington (Paid parking is available on campus or there are frequent buses to the University.)