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  • Jill C. 4:43 am on October 4, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bangkok, course, , machine quilting, , Sewing machine,   

    Machine Quilting Instructor Certificate Program now in Bangkok 

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    Now for the first time ever in Bangkok, there are 30 available seats in a new program from the International Quilting Instructor Association (I.Q.I.A).  After completing the course, you will receive a certificate stating that you are a pro quilter certified by I.Q.I.A.

    Two famous quilt instructors from Japan have arrived in Thailand to teach the course: Noriko Nozawa and Kayoko Ozono. You’ll start with an introductory 16 hour course to learn machine quilting, on a JANOME Horizon 8900 QCP.

    Next, take the 32 hour Basic course taught by Noriko Nozawa. Learn the latest machine quilting techniques. Explore the many sewing machine functions that apply to machine quilting. After that, continue on to the Advanced course with 48 exciting hours of class time, taught by Kayoko Ozono. Build your skills and learn to professionally machine quilt. Completing this class certifies you as a Machine Quilting Instructor.

    Package A: Tuition is 80,000 baht which includes supplies, equipment, and you’ll receive a diploma from I.Q.I.A.quilt school 04

    Package A+ is the course + sewing machine:  JANOME Horizon 8900 QCP (valued at 120,000 baht). Ask about the special payment plan of 4 payments and 0% interest with participating credit cards.quilt school 02

    Applications accepted now until November 15, 2013. Apply and make your payment by October 31 and you will receive a gift voucher worth 5,000 baht good for fabric and kits from JANOME.

    Location: JANOME Machine Quilting School headquarters on Soi 64 of Rama 3, Chong Nonsi, Bangkok.

    Tel: 02-285-2912-15 ext 128, 129.

    Fax-285-2917

    Hotline: 085-485-7081

    Sewing Lovers Club

    Janome Thailand

    IQIAJanome Horizon sewing machine

    Sponsored by:

    • Wien International Co., Ltd.
    • I.Q.I.A.
    • JANOME
     
  • Jill C. 7:16 pm on March 8, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quilt Classes in Bangkok by Noriko Nozawa 

    Noriko Nozawa classesNoriko Nozawa from Japan will teach two quilt classes. We have enjoyed Noriko’s classes before. She is a wonderful teacher and the classes are lots of fun. Portrait quilts are her signature style.

    Saturday 27 April 2013 at 10.00 – 17.00 Collage Bag of a Nostalgic Woman: bags retro style. Fee 3,750 Baht. Techniques will include making a bag ​​using the retro spring clasp, making a collage quilt, and free motion quilting. Size of the finished project is 32 x 34 cm.

    Sunday 28 April 2013 at 10.00 – 17.00 Rose Arts Quilt Tapestry. Fee 3,650 baht. You will learn shadow applique using tulle, and free motion quilting. The finished project is 32 x 34 cm.

    Enroll in both courses for the special price of 6,800 baht!!!!
    Venue: Sewing Lovers Club Showroom (Rama 3 Soi 64)
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    • Karen 10:36 pm on March 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      So excited to have found your blog! I’ve just moved to Bangkok and used your Chinatown map to find some great fabric lat weekend! I’m still trying to find a good place to buy a machine though, any ideas?

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  • Jill C. 5:35 pm on February 20, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bangkok, , , , , rosie chan   

    Workshops by Rosie Chan, March 16-17, 2013! 

    I’m happy to tell you that Rosie Chan is back from Singapore for two exciting workshops in Bangkok. Rosie Chan is a very popular teacher among expats and local quilters alike! Sign up for one or both, and have fun…

    Gyorin Bag workshop16 March 2013: 9:30 - 17:00 Venue: Pietra Hotel (Ratchadapisek) Fee: 3,250 baht (member*)/3,650 baht Limited to only 25 seats Food and drinks provided

    Gyorin Bag workshop
    16 March 2013: 9:30 – 17:00
    Venue: Pietra Hotel (Ratchadapisek)
    Fee: 3,250 baht (member*)/3,650 baht
    Limited to only 25 seats
    Food and drinks provided

    Heirloom Workshop 17 March 2013: 9:30 - 17:00 Venue: Bernina (Pradipat) Fee 1,500 baht (member*)/1,850 baht

    Heirloom Workshop
    17 March 2013: 9:30 – 17:00
    Venue: Bernina (Pradipat)
    Fee 1,500 baht (member*)/1,850 baht

    Gyorin Bag Workshop Create interesting textures for your quilts. Learn a nice and neat way to make soft bag handles. These fabulous new techniques are taught by Rosie Chan, a lovely Singaporean teacher well known in transforming complicated sewing work into easy techniques. Gyorin Bag Workshop on Saturday March 16, 9:30 to 17:00 at the Pietra Hotel (Ratchadapisek), limited to 25 participants.

    • members means you bring your own Bernina machine, otherwise a machine will be supplied

    Register for the Gyorin Workshop, get 20% discount for Heirloom workshop!

    Heirloom Bag Workshop Learn a collection of needlework techniques in fine French style using linen, lace, ribbon, and smocking – which can be applied nicely to costumes, quilts, and home decorations such as napkins, tissue covers, fine curtains, etc. Whether you are a quilter, hobby sewer, dressmaker or even a beginning sewer, this is a really useful workshop for all sewing machine users. Heirloom Workshop on Sunday March 17, 9:30 to 17:00 at Blue Sport Co. Ltd, 169/48-49 Pradipat Road, Samsen Nai, Phayathai, Bangkok.

    Booking: Please transfer the fees for the workshops to Kasikorn Bank, Pradipat branch, acct name Wichuda Thunyawisetsilp, acct # 016-2-74001-6

    Then please call 0-2270-0029 or 0-2270-0030 or 081-894 7309
    Please fax the Pay-in slip to 02-279-0030 or email info@blue-sport.com

    • For more info Tel 081 559 1553
    • For more info Tel 081 487 5887
    • fax 02 279 0030
    • email info@blue-sport.com

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  • Jill C. 10:07 pm on December 7, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , bangkok, , , makeup cases, , , silk shirts, thai silk products, warehouse   

    Jim Thompson Sale at BITEC December 7-8-9, 2012 

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    Jim Thompson SaleThe semi-annual big blowout warehouse Jim Thompson Sale is on! There are thai silk products, cotton fabrics and accessories, clothes, purses, makeup cases, Christmas cards, hats, tote bags, and toys at Hall 106 BITEC 10:00 – 17:00. Cotton fabric is 250 baht per meter, and silk goes for 310 baht per meter. I bought polo shirts for 850 baht marked down from 1600 baht. Clothing is in U.S. sizes and nice cotton.

    There are some items made only for the BITEC sale. There are two sales per year, in June and December. Items are discounted over 50% from retail. BTS sky train station –  Bang Na, exit 1 a short walk to BITEC. You’ll see a large sign. Inside BITEC grounds, catch a shuttle to the entrance.

    There is a coffee shop at the sale so you can have a snack. Upon entering the hall, staff give you a large plastic bag to shop with, and they cover your purse with a plastic bag and tie it. Once inside, fill your bag with items. It’s a madhouse!

    There are tee shirts, silk shirts, purses and bags, bean bag chairs, placemats and table cloths, duvet bed covers, etc. After shopping a while, you can go sit in the middle, which is a roped off area. Here people sit on the floor and spill out the contents of their bags. They sort and reconsider, and rest and wait for other members of their party. Finally, head to the checkout. After paying by cash or credit card, take your receipt out to the lobby to the counter for a free gift if you spent over 6,000 baht. In the lobby there are fruits and veggies, flowers and gift food items. Then at the counter at the front right, get free gift bags and boxes. Just show your receipt. Have fun!

     
  • Jill C. 11:05 am on November 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bangkok, expo, queen sirikit convention center,   

    ASEAN Silk Heritage at Queen Sirikit Convention Center 

    Browse through premium silk and silk products at Asean Silk Heritage 2012

    Find silk at good prices and see weaving demonstrations. Find out about Thai weaving traditions. Silk will be on display from various districts in Thailand. The Nakhon Chai Burin Group of provinces are known for their fabulous silk.

    • Hang-grarok or Squirrel Tail silk woven in Nakhon Ratchasima
    • Mat Mi tie dyed silk from Chaiyaphum
    • Bright colored silk also known as Lava made in Burirum
    • Surin’s famous silk with threads of different colors wound together before weaving

    Silk from these provinces and others will be on sale!

    A fashion show “Silk Style” will showcase the newest fashions. Enter to win a gift voucher for discounts on silk and silk products at the show!

     
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