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Greta Fitchett

My textile work is contemporary in style, and is influenced by places that I visit. I work with a domestic sewing machine and favourite techniques include appliqué, patchwork, embroidery and quilting. Ideas are explored in sketch books and monthly journal quilts.
I have taught patchwork and machine embroidery in local adult education for over 20 years, and also teach day schools, give talks, teach weekly classes, and teach at the Festival of Quilts.
I write projects for the UK patchwork & quilting magazines.
My first book "Applique, a cushion a week" was published in 2009
"Cakes & Candies", Search Press published 2013, a textile project book

I have 4 current talks, "Fire& Water", "Inspired by Colour", "Travellers Tales", and Don't Count the Calories". I bring a lot of quilts to illustrate my talks, and don't use slides.

Dayschools, there are several more of these, but here are just 3, and images are available.
"Reflections & Distortions" free cut patchwork techniques based on the Docklands quilt.
"Juicy Stitches" learn free machine embroidery skills whilst making a small project.
"Oak Leaves" a design of bonded appliqué and machine stitching, using solid and cut out shapes.
Weekly patchwork classes in Derby suitable for beginners and improvers offering structured lessons.
Please look at my website for more information and to see images

Get in touch with me

I am available as a teacher and a speaker.

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