Patchwork & Quilting from Stoke-On-Trent & Staffordshire Moorlands


Angie's Patchwork & Quilting Shop... 
3 Queen Street, 
Cheadle, 
Staffordshire. 
ST10 1BQ. 
Telephone 07807530441 Open daily 9:30- 4:30 Closed Wednesdays and Sundays.

Shop closing at 2pm on Saturday 20th December until Friday 2nd January 2015

For up to date information and free tutorials please go to www.angiequilts.blogspot.com












Workshops 2014
If the workshop you want to do is full, we can take your details and will contact you should a place become available on that workshop.

Saturday 25th January.  Make A Beautiful Tote Bag with Sue Oakley £25.00  

Saturday 8th February. Dresden Plate Cushion with Angie £25.00

Saturday 15th February. The Lone Star Block with Dotty Bowers £2500. 

Saturday 22nd February. Sandwich day 10 – 2pm

Saturday 1st March.  Crumbs & Mile A Minute with Angie £25.00

Saturday 15th March. Make A Large, Reversible Bag with Sue Oakley, £25.00

Saturday 22nd March. Sandwich day 10 – 2pm

Dawn Cameron Dick workshops 10 – 4pm. £30.00 Booking requires £15 deposit
Wednesday 26th March, at Caverswall Village Hall.  Feathered Star
Thursday 27th March. Thread-ucation

Saturday 29th March. Sandwich day 10 – 2pm

Saturday 5th April. Quilt As You Go & Apartment joining with reversible binding.

Saturday 12th April. Sandwich day 10 – 2pm

Saturday 3rd May. Is It Too Early To Start?  Square Dance quilt with the Twister template, with My Mum Gwynneth

Saturday 10th May. Is It Too Early To Start? Foundation Paper Piecing with Jenny Barlaston 

Wednesday 14th May at Caverswall Village Hall
Three Times The Fun with Simon Cook 10 – 4pm. £30.00 Booking requires £15 deposit 
Trapunto, Curved Piecing and Free Motion Quilting with a Simon Henry Twist!

Saturday 24 May. Free form appliqué, with Sheila. £30.00 includes kit. 

Saturday 31st May. Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 7th June Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 14th June. Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 21st JuneSandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required


Saturday 28th June. Booty-full Bear with Sue Oakley. £30.00... includes kit.


Saturday 5th July Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required


Saturday 19th July Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required


Saturday 26th July 3D Folded patchwork with Sheila.  £25.00.


Saturday 2nd August Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required


Saturday 9th August. Coach Trip to Festival Of Quilts NEC Birmingham

Sunday 10th  August. Coach Trips to Festival Of Quilts NEC Birmingham

Saturday 16th August. Make A Large, Reversible Bag with Sue Oakley, £25.00

Saturday 23rd August Shop Closed. Bank Holiday weekend

Saturday 30th August Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 6th September TBA

Saturday 13th September Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 20th September Festive Foundation Paper Piecing with Angie. £25.00

Saturday 27th September  Lone Star ... to be confirmed

Saturday 4th October  Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

 Saturday 11th October. Booty-full Bear with Sue Oakley. £30.00... includes kit.

 Saturday 18th October Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 25th October. The very popular, Stack-n-Whack Kaleidoscope... with Angie. £25.00

Saturday 1st  November. Diamond Christmas Tree. Wall hanging or table decoration with Pam and Gwynneth £25.00

Saturday 8th  November Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 15th  November. Our first Double Day workshop. Two workshops in one day.
Crazy Patchwork Stockings and Festive Baubles with Sue Oakley and Fran. £30.00

Saturday 22nd  November  Sandwich day, 10 – 2pm booking required

Saturday 29th  November. Fabric Coiled Pot with Angie £30.00


Saturday 6th December. Double Day workshop. Two workshops in one day.
Crazy Patchwork Stockings and Festive Baubles with Sue Oakley and Fran. £30.00

A £10.00, non refundable, deposit is required to reserve/book all workshops.
Should Angie need to postpone or cancel a workshop, you will be reimbursed.  

For more 'up to date' info and free tutorials, please pop over to my blog...  





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