Quaker Meeting House: Christmas Quilling Workshop

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    Quaker Meeting House: Christmas Quilling Workshop


    Venue: Quakers Meeting House
    Dates: 03/12/16
    Times: 10:30 - 15:30


    Christmas Quilling Workshop
    Saturday 3rd December 2016 10.30am – 3.30pm
    £15 (materials and tea and coffee included)
    Venue:  The Fox Room, Friends Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool. L1 3BT  
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    http://www.liverpoolquakers.org.uk

    Join experienced quiller Josie Jenkins to learn the beautiful art of quilling and leave with your own quilled card or decoration.
    This workshop is for beginners and intermediate level quillers alike.

    We will have access to a small kitchen, so you can bring a packed lunch, or lunch can be bought locally as we are in a great city centre location.  There is also a Friends Meeting House Cafe on the ground floor which you can visit for lunch http://meetinghousecafe.co.uk
    Tea and coffee will be available for free throughout the workshop.
    Booking is essential.  To book your place contact Josie by emailing info@josiejenkins.co.uk
    About Josie Jenkins
    Josie Jenkins has a lifetime’s experience of quilling from growing up in a quilling mad household. Her parents Jane and Paul Jenkins are Honorary Vice Presidents of the Quilling Guild and Jane is author of the Search Press Books “Quilling Techniques and Inspirations” and “3D Quilling”.
    Josie has been a member of the Quilling Guild since an early age and part of the Quilling Guild committee since 2008, her current post being the Chair for the Quilling Guild.  In 2014 she was awarded a Fellowship by the Quilling Guild.
    Josie lives and works in Liverpool as a visual artist, specialising in painting and quilling.  As a quiller, Josie presents talks and demonstrations and teaches classes and workshops for beginners and advanced quillers to galleries, museums and local groups.
    Josie is interested in traditional quilling techniques, but also in pushing the boundries to see what can be made using paper strips and by using original, contemporary designs.