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Shambellie House Trust, New Abbey, Dumfries. DG2 8HQ

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Quilt Fling 2024

The Quilters of Shambellie House are busy preparing for their annual ‘Quilt Fling’. Starting on the 11th May and running until the 19th May, there are a range of quilting and textiles workshops and talks on offer, all kindly subsidised by our Quilters of Shambellie House. We have a variety of talented local and international quilting and textiles artists including Paula Rafferty, Ann Hill BEM, Jo Gallant, Elma Graham, Helen Walsh and Rosemary Murray. Workshops include Portrait Quilting, Free Motion Embroidery, Making a Mixed Media Landscape Panel, Starting your Dressmaking Journey, Bargello Panels and Fused Stained Glass Effect Quilting as well as a friendship class and an evening talk.

Entries also open for this years Shambellie Challenge which will be exhibited later this year at the 4th Annual Quilt Festival from 20th Sept – 6th Oct 2024

The theme of the challenge is ‘Flora and Fauna’ and you can download the form here to or enter the challenge or to submit your own quilt(s) for exhibition.

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