Hanging pocket – English quilting
Thursday 12 July 2018
An opportunity to learn how to do traditional quilting and create a useful hanging pocket. In the 18th century every woman would have worn a pair of these under her skirts.
Charlotte Dawber trained as a teacher of dress and textiles, specialising in embroidered and printed textiles and theatrical costume, and is a qualified teacher in the Adult Learning and Skills sector.
She focused my early career on historic textiles, gaining first a teaching qualification and undertaking study at Bath Museum of Costume, with a dissertation on Venetian Lace, a M.Litt in Gallery Studies with a thesis looking at Early English Domestic Embroideries, and a Ph.D in Art History looking at the impact of religion on costume and textiles.
Places are limited to 8 participants. All materials will be supplied. It is advisable to wear layers, as the teaching space can be quite cool.
£60 per person, to include tuition, teas and coffees. Vegetarian refreshments will be provided, if you have any other dietary requirements please let us know in advance.
The Museum café will be open or you can bring a packed lunch.
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