Happy Hawaiian Quilt Workshop in Bangkok

Kathy NakajimaKathy Nakajima was born on the island of Maui, Hawaii. She is a popular quilter in Japan, a TV personality and author of many quilt books and DVDs. And now she’s coming to Thailand to teach the art of Hawaiian Quilting! Learn how to translate the vivid colors of nature into a Hawaiian quilt with Kathy.

Elna-Janome Sewing Machines and Sewing Lovers Club present Happy Hawaiian Quilt Workshop. First time in Thailand, taught by Kathy Nakajima. Kathy is celebrating 40 years of quilting!

Learn all the latest Hawaiian Quilting techniques including how to choose color combinations, accurately cut fabric, applique, and quilt! All the accessories you need to make Hawaiian Quilts will be available for sale at the Saha Group Export & Trade Exhibition 2012 from June 28 to July 1 at Queen Sirikit Convention Center. Hours 10:00 to 22:00. Sewing machine sale! Go to the Janome booth to get a good deal on a sewing machine.

The Hawaiian Quilt Workshop takes place in Boardroom 4 and is a one-day workshop on either

  • Saturday 30 June 2012 10.00 – 17.00
  • Sunday 1 July 2012 10.00 – 17.00

Please call 02-689-8520 ext 244 for more information.
Sign up now! Reserve a place.


I live in Bangkok and enjoy quilting. I spend a lot of time on the computer, facebook, my blog, emailing and looking for quilt ideas. Hope you like my blog!

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