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Program

Courses

The application deadline for our workshops is 19th April 2020!

Please take note of the conditions and organizational matters concerning the different workshops.

BERNINA sewing machines can be borrowed for the courses for a rental fee.

+ Courses on Friday, 8th May 2020
+ Britta Ankenbauer
3

Little secrets about attractive colour combinations

kurse/704.jpg A wealth of colours is available for fabric creations as well as in wool and other textile materials. Sometimes you would like to pick the right colour combination, often it is the nuances that distinguish an exciting colour concept from a more normal one. How do I find good colour combinations? How do I create my own colour universes? What possibilities are there for translating ideas and themes into colour? What is the icing on the cake in colour design? In the course methods and possibilities are shown how to select, combine and apply colours for personal projects.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: For Beginners and Advanced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Christine Widmer
Sewing nest blankets for dementia patients - from the idea to the project

kurse/708.jpg Patients with dementia and the elderly are often very restless. So-called "nest blankets" offer these people intensive tactile stimuli and calm them down. At the Uster Hospital, such blankets are used in everyday nursing care and patients can take them home if they wish. They are sewn by members of the volunteer team.
The colourful patchwork blankets, similar to quilted blankets, are made of different fabrics and materials and are decorated with ribbons, buttons, bags and so on. Depending on the design of the blankets, the surfaces can trigger beautiful memories and give pleasure - and thus facilitate the stay in the hospital.

Contents of the workshop
- Project phases from the initial idea to implementation
- Cooperation with volunteers and implementation in the "professional" world
- Different possibilities of surface design of nested ceilings

Sewing experience: Basics and safe sewing on the sewing machine are helpful for this workshop.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty: Sewing experience: Basics and safe sewing on the sewing machine are helpful for this workshop.

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
3

Mandala drawing with a sewing machine

kurse/709.jpg With mandalas you can relax and concentrate on yourself. In this training course you will get to know the basics of freemotion quilting with a traditional sewing machine. We will use mandalas that you can select or draw on your own at the course. We want to combine meditative aspects of the mandala drawing with freemotion quilting. Irritating and disturbing experiences are released, thoughts are concentrated on the basics.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for beginners who master the basics of sewing. Also approachers can gain many new insights and learn skills as creativity is required.

Material: Eine Liste mit den Materialien erhalten Sie nach der Anmeldung per E-Mail. Nähmaschinen und zusätzliches Material (z.B. Garne) stehen für jeden Teilnehmer kostenfrei zur Verfügung.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
3

Mandala drawing with a sewing machine

kurse/710.jpg With mandalas you can relax and concentrate on yourself. In this training course you will get to know the basics of freemotion quilting with a traditional sewing machine. We will use mandalas that you can select or draw on your own at the course. We want to combine meditative aspects of the mandala drawing with freemotion quilting. Irritating and disturbing experiences are released, thoughts are concentrated on the basics.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for beginners who master the basics of sewing. Also approachers can gain many new insights and learn skills as creativity is required.

Material: Eine Liste mit den Materialien erhalten Sie nach der Anmeldung per E-Mail. Nähmaschinen und zusätzliches Material (z.B. Garne) stehen für jeden Teilnehmer kostenfrei zur Verfügung.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 13:30 - 16:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Isabelle Wiessler
Let’s play with transfer dyes

kurse/717.jpg Transfer dyes can be used to transform and add color to any synthetic and non-woven: synthetic velvet, Pollycoton, Lutradur, Pelmet Vilene, Kunin felt etc.
We will discover how to use those dyes, from applying them on different papers to a variety of other options. Within this transformation we will discoverdifferent accidental and resist techniques. We will also paint with the thickened transfer dyes and transfer crayons as well as different iron techniques.
Come in, get surprised and have fun!

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: All levels

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Janine Wetzels
HotHotHot

kurse/718.jpg Do you recognise these names? Evolon, Lutradur, Tyvek, Bondaweb and MistyFuse?
These are the names of materials, all of synthetic origin, that belong to a new group of creative materials. What does synthetic mean and how can I work with them? In this workshop you will receive a small introduction to a world with new waterials for textile art. We'll work with heatguns and solderingirons, burn, melt, connect, color and print with as result a samplebook with new creative possibilities.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: beginner to experienced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email. It is recommended to buy a material package of 10 € on site.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Karen Ackva
Curves, Curves, Curves

kurse/719.jpg You know the basics and now want something more challenging to sew like curves but are a little intimidated? Don’t worry. We will take away your fear and show you how to sew circles with
confidence and ease without puckers. You will learn how to cut patches for a Drunkard’s Patch block
with minimal waste, how to insert a circle and how to freestyle cut curves. Handouts and a few curved rulers will be available for purchase in class.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: beginner to experienced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 15:30

Fee: 90.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

FACED BINDING

kurse/722.jpg Have you noticed at quilting exhibitions that most quilts without traditional binding
be exhibited? Would you like your quilt design to be "frameless"? In
In this course you will learn how to frame your quilt. You will be taught two
Various methods for invisible bordering presented and practiced.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: for all

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

tonal value

kurse/723.jpg How do you choose colors and fabrics for an impressive quilt? How do you achieve an apparent transparency of fabrics? How do you choose a color concept appealing to the eye?
Quilting allows a great variety in the composition of different patterns and fabrics. Depending on the interplay of the selected shades, your work results in a harmonious or dissonant overall picture. Due to different arrangements of light-dark contrasts deliberately desired effects can be achieved. In this course you will learn how to use the tonal value to make a convincing choice of colors and fabric patterns.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: for all

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:30 - 16:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lydia Daume
Sewing on Freezer Paper

kurse/728.jpg Sewing on Freezer Paper is a new, extremely simplified method for "painting" for numbers with fabric. The paper is simply ironed on to the fabric and can be used several times. Flowers or stars are produced. A tedious removal of the paper from the fabric is spared. So it's really fun to sew by numbers.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: For Beginners and Advanced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Pia Welsch
5

Fabric, coffee and gold!

kurse/732.jpg If one of you brings a coffee to go, we can start...
First you design your own little ornament. Don't worry, mine will serve as a template and I'll show you how you can change it.
Then it is quilted freely, painted with coffee and a hint of colour is added. A little bit of hand embroidery should not be missing either. The background and the pages will be quilted next. The crowning finish is the real gold leaf I bring with me.
I will then show you how the fabric is pulled onto the 3.5cm high stretcher frame.
The format is 10x20cm and is perfect as a gift or you go into series with a whole range of motifs.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: from intermediate

Material: After registration you get a list with the needed material.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Saskia Niemann
BlocLoc - Fast and easy to the perfect block!

kurse/734.jpg With the BlocLoc rulers, even difficult blocks can be quickly and easily
Cut and sew.
In this course you will get to know different rulers and their handling.
The result is a cheerfully colorful quilt.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: experienced beginners

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 – 15:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Ulla Hoppe
"Free embroidery on quilts" using the quilt "Rests in the square"

kurse/739.jpg The darling of the summer 2019 "Reste im Quadrat" is coming to Karlsruhe!

There is a welcome "on the road" alternative to the well-known Hexies: squares, hand sewn, quilted in time and then embroidered, depending on your mood, depending on time and desire. In this course we learn and practice the basic stitches when embroidery, making the small finished quilted and embroidered blocks, their color composition as well as the creative design of the edge with free embroidery stitches, which are also used on any other quilt can find it.




Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty:

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 90.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

WARTELISTE QUESTIONS

+ Petra Susanne Fritz
4

Cutting technique - Measuring - Figure types A - X

kurse/743.jpg Measuring is the be-all and end-all for the perfect matching garment.
Step by step, the individual body measurements are addressed and explained how they are measured correctly.
Each participant gradually adds his or her personal measurements to his or her measurement sheet.
In this course you will learn how to measure the different areas of the body correctly.
Together we will take measurements and analyse the particularities of the different body shapes. No matter if O, A, H, X, or V-type, for each figure there is the optimal cut and style! This course offers valuable tips on which clothing style and cut suits you best!
A course with aha effect!

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 18

Level of difficulty: Beginners, Advanced Experienced

Material: Material list: A material package is offered at a price of 18 €, which can be purchased directly in the course and contains all the necessary materials.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Tilleke Schwarz

Workshop Couching (This is about writing and drawing with a needle)

kurse/747.jpg In the workshop the participant will learn the technique of ‘couching’, this is a kind of drawing and writing with a needle. It is Tilleke’s favorite embroidery technique as you can see at my exhibition. It can be combined with all kind of textile works. For instance when makers would like to add a bit of text to their work (for instance: their name and the title of their work). Tilleke will teach how to make the most of this technique, with color, 3 D effects with a shadow line etc.). The technique is very versatile. The technique originally was used for gold work for church textiles.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty: For beginners

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 14:00 - 15:30

Fee: 45.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Allison Richter
4

“Reverse Applique Method” for combining Simple Piecing & Pieced Blocks.

kurse/749.jpg There are more ways than one to get to the same end result, and reverse
applique can also be an alternative to sewing curves! Not only that, but
combined with simple piecing techniques, or even pieced blocks, can add
even more interest to a project.
Reverse applique is an exciting sewing technique in which the applique
shape is cut from a top layer of fabric, and the raw edges are turned under
and finished to reveal a layer of fabric underneath. Don’t throw those fabric
cut-outs just yet! I’ll also share with you some creative projects to make with
those leftover snippits – every good quilter loves to put all those little scraps to use!
This method uses the spray starch applique method and is finished by a
straight or invisible stitch - which means NO raw edges and NO hand sewing!
After this course, you’ll find yourself looking for ways to finish projects faster, simply by using the reverse applique technique.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:00 - 17:00

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Kasia Hanack

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 16:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Peggy Morgenstern
3

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:15 - 12:15

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Peggy Morgenstern
1

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 13:15 - 14:15

Fee: 5.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Peggy Morgenstern

kurse/757.jpg

info@peggymorgenstern.de

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 15:00 - 17:30

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Courses on Saturday, 9th May 2020
+ Andrea Ullmann-Hülsenberg
7

Creating Magical Ornaments with English Paper Piecing

kurse/701.jpg Sewing by hand, in summer on your terrace, at your doctor´s waiting room, during journeys or simply in front of the TV, is bringing you joy? Yet, you want to do this without disturbing your loved ones with the sounds of your sewing machines? If that is the case, English Paper Piecing (EPP) is going to be the very thing for you.
In my course you are going to learn, how to realize EPP without disturbing and visible seems and by that creating new magical ornaments. The proper selection and the perfect cutting of patterned fabrics (fussy cutting) are going to be two of the main elements of my class. At this time, you will get to know useful tools, create and already use these on your own. Afterwards, you are going to be well prepared for an upcoming bigger project to be started at home.
The technique will be elucidated by using Lucy Boston´s Patchwork of the Crosses as an example, as there is the need of only one shape of stencil.
After the course you will be prepared to sew all the other beautiful variants of English Paper Piecing, such as La Passacaglia by Willyne Hammerstein and others. Experience the exciting phase of choice of cuts and fabrics as well as the preparation of paper pieces in turns with the relaxing almost meditative phase of hand sewing. This course is for beginners as suitable, as for advanced sewers worthwile.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Suitable for beginners as well as for advanced learners

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 16:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Beate Angeloni Baldoni
4

HOW DO I DRAFT MY OWN DESIGN?

kurse/703.jpg The course offers possible ways for the draft of contemporary textile works of all kinds. Playfully we learn how to create fascinating colour and form compositions, principles of ordering the visual parts of a work by using pencils, colours and paper. Based on these principles and design doctrines, we develop our own ideas for our own unique textile works.
Francois Auguste Rodin (1840- 1917): A living art does not repeat the works of the past. She continues.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 8

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for everyone

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Brunhilde Scheidmeir, Fritz Jeromin

Wir bringen Farbe in den Ecoprint!

kurse/707.jpg Ecoprint ergibt wunderschöne Pflanzendrucke auf Stoff, die ausschließlich mit der Naturfarbe bestimmter Laubblättern erzielt werden. Dafür werden diese in zuvor präparierte Stoffe eingerollt und etwa eine Stunde lang Wasserdampf ausgesetzt.
Mit einem besonderen Verfahren bringen Sie jetzt gleichzeitig zusätzliche, leuchtende Farbakzente mit Naturfarben auf Ihre Stoffe!
Die Ecoprints auf Baumwollsatin, die Sie im Kurs herstellen werden, haben hervorragende Wasch- und Lichtechtheiten und lassen sich zuhause für alle möglichen Projekte einsetzen. Sie erhalten wunderschöne, geheimnisvolle Drucke, die sich hervorragend für Patchwork, Collagen, Mixed Media und Bekleidung eignen. Als Extra bekommen Sie noch einige attraktive, farbintensive Pflanzendrucke auf Künstlerpapier.
Dieser Kurs ist gedacht für Einsteiger, die kurz und kompakt alles Wichtige über Ecoprint erfahren möchten. Im Kurs erhalten Sie ein Skript, mit dem Sie zuhause alles Gelernte nachvollziehen können.
Alle benötigten Materialien (vorbehandelter Baumwollsatin, Skript, koloriertes Künstlerpapier, Rohr, Seidenperlgarn, Einmalhandschuhe) sind in einem Paket enthalten, das Sie bei Kursbeginn vor Ort von den Kursleitern zum Preis von
€ 10,- erhalten.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty: Anfänger

Material: Alles ist im Materialpaket, welches bei der Kursleiterin vor Ort zum Preis von € 18,- erworben werden kann,enthalten. Die Teilnehmerinnen brauchen nichts mitzubringen.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 13:00

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
5

meadow flowers

kurse/711.jpg A meadow lives from the colourful confusion. Blades of grass look for the shortest way up to the sun. In between you can see a little flower every now and then. Nothing exciting, but always unique. In this meadow flower course we combine the technique of watercolour painting, the confetti technique and of course freehand quilting.

Sewing machines and additional material (e.g. threads) are available free of charge for each participant.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Advanced

Material: Eine Liste mit den Materialien erhalten Sie nach der Anmeldung per E-Mail. Nähmaschinen und zusätzliches Material (z.B. Garne) stehen für jeden Teilnehmer kostenfrei zur Verfügung.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Heide Ulbrecht
New York Beauty for beginners – the tricky fold

kurse/714.jpg Foundation piecing with focus on sewing accurate points and arcs. A guide to precise and fabric-saving cutting

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: Beginners/Advanced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 12:00 - 18:00

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Isabelle Wiessler
Moos and lichen

kurse/716.jpg Moos and Lichen are essential elements in nature representations. They are also infinite sources of inspiration for our fiber art.
We will use them as a basis for surprising creations through hand and machine stitching. We will use colored gauze, many different types of yarn and thread, water soluble stabilizer to stich very expressive Moos and lichen representations. You will be able to use those techniques later for many other elements. You will love it!

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: All levels

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

WARTELISTE QUESTIONS

+ Karen Ackva
5

Quilt Binding

kurse/720.jpg Your quilt is quilted and now it’s time to finish it up! We will attach continuous, double folded (French) binding completely with the sewing machine to the front and back. As an alternative you can close the back by hand. Learn all of the secret tips and tricks on how to do this successfully, get nice, sharp corners and an even sewing line. Different types of binding will be shown in class for you to make samples for reference. A great class to refresh your binding skills. Handouts will be available
for purchase in class.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: beginner to experienced with binding experience

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

«QUILTS IN THE WILD»

kurse/724.jpg How do you manage to choose the "perfect" daylight and create an appealing composition for your "Quilts in the Wild"? How does your image get the desired depth or focus through a blurry background?
In this class you will learn how to finally leave the automatic mode of your DSLR camera and use shutter speed, aperture and ISO specifically. Understanding and adjusting the shutter speed, aperture, and sensor sensitivity (ISO) manually seems to be a well-kept secret for many amateur photographers. In this compact course, you will learn how easy it is to shoot with manual settings and how this will help you to take impressive pictures!
We’ll be practicing in this compact course - a DSLR camera and the knowledge of where to adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO is therefore necessary.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: for all

Material: a DSLR camera and the knowledge of where to adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO is therefore necessary.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

Sew curves

kurse/725.jpg Do you shy away from patterns that include a curve? Have you always been tempted to sew a curve but haven’t found the courage yet? In this class you will learn different techniques and approaches to sew curves. We will deal with quarter circles, semicircles and improv curves.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty:

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:30 - 16:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lydia Daume
Textile Collage

kurse/729.jpg In this workshop, small pictures are sewn to suit all seasons.The variety of different shapes and fabrics (silk, cotton, linen and much more) creates fantastic depth structures.They are then placed according to seasons, free, machine quilted and on stretchers.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: For Beginners and Advanced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Mari-Carmen Pujante & Hilde van Schaardenburg

Teaser Workshop - Quilt Judging

kurse/730.jpg This workshop will introduce you to the process of quilt judging, and give you an opportunity to try it for yourself. You will get a brief theoretical introduction to the process of quilt judging and what it involves. You will judge a group of quilts and you will work in small teams to choose your “winners”. At the end, you will have a better understanding of what judges are looking for when judging quilts.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 16

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for participants who have experience with quilt making, and also for those who have or want to participate in quilt competitions, to better understand the process of quilt judging.

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:00

Fee: 60.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Martina Sebold
3

Workshop „Posamentenknöpfe“

kurse/731.jpg In this workshop, classical buttons such as
"Star Button" and "Smooth Button".
The decorative patterns of the buttons are created by windings with coloured yarns, about wood blanks.
The course teaches terms such as basic structure, tours, windings and the use of different materials.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 6

Level of difficulty: Beginner

Material: The required materials are not available everywhere, therefore the teacher provides a material package for 15 EUR.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 14:00 - 17:00

Fee: 65.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

WARTELISTE QUESTIONS

+ Pia Welsch
5

The decelerated oval in 3D

kurse/733.jpg Nothing we do here will be quick...
First we puzzle together a fabric from real remnants, which can be made of completely different material. We take the time to make a beautiful and splendid little composition from which the oval is then cut. The next step is to embroider it with refinement by hand and decorate it with pearls. The background and the sides are quilted, perhaps an ornamental stitch is also used.
I show them how to finish the oval, how to mount it and how to cover the 3.5 cm high stretcher frame.
Your work will have the size 10x20cm and is perfect as a very personal, individual gift.
When hand embroidering, I would like to show you a few small, very effective ideas, which of course can also be implemented in other projects.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: from intermediate

Material: After registration you get a list with the needed material.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Saskia Niemann

Clam Up Bags

kurse/735.jpg In this class we sew the popular pattern Clam Up of byAnnie.
You will learn how to get the zipper installed and will get to know the wonderful stabilizer Soft and Stable. The result is small, colorful bags that make you want more.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Advanced

Material: After registration you get a list with the needed material.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 14:00

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Stefanie Benz

baby mobile "elephant love"

kurse/736.jpg With a little patience and finger skill you can create a great gift for new ones.
Earth citizen: the baby mobile "elephant love". From felt we work the
different elements and add the colorful elephants, clouds and stars
together in a mobile.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 8

Level of difficulty: beginners

Material: You don't need any material except sewing supplies like scissors, etc. - bring along. In advance you will receive information with all details! Material package (incl. pattern and material) - 25,- Euro

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:00 - 16:30

Fee: 65.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Ulla Hoppe
„Crazy Quilts“

kurse/740.jpg Crazy quilts were already in vogue once, hip so to speak. But that was a long time ago. Since then they have slimmed down, become light and airy. They have adapted to our times in style, colour and above all material. But they have not lost their fascination and the magic of luxury.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty:

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 90.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Jutta Hufnagel

EQ8 - ready - go! Designing on the computer for beginners.

kurse/741.jpg This course will introduce you to EQ8, the leading design software for patchwork and quilting. We'll work together on the basics and then focus on the EasyDraw drawing module. The aim of the course is to design a block or a quilt based on the course example. Towards the end of the course, we will discuss how you can use EQ8 as effectively and efficiently as possible to best support cutting and sewing.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: For beginners and beginners with previous knowledge

Material: own laptop/notebook with mouse and power adapter optional: EQ8 full version

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 13:30 - 18:00

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Monika Schiwy-Jessen
Raw-Edge-Collage

kurse/742.jpg You have certainly already designed fabrics with the monoprint technique - these fabrics are the starting point for our collage - monoprints in black and white are best, which we then animate with colorful fabrics.

For those who don't have black and white monoprints, I will have pieces for the participants.

Using a modern method, the fabrics with open edges are processed into small patchwork elements and inserted into the monoprint fabrics.

The method is also well suited for using small remnants from other patchwork work or quilts.
Get to know a modern and simple technique to combine these pieces into individual arrangements. You can create small works that you can present in passepartouts or you can start a larger quilt according to your wishes.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Beginner, Advanced, all levels

Material: After registration you get a list with the needed material.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 16:30

Fee: 90.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Petra Susanne Fritz
4

Cutting technique - Suitable cuts for every woman

kurse/744.jpg Trends know no sizes!
Top - Perfectly fit cuts!
Cutting adjustment is becoming more and more important in view of the quantity of patterns available from retailers. These are made according to standard measurements of series measurements. With the right expert knowledge you can adapt your patterns to your personal measurements!
How do proportions behave and what should be considered when reducing or enlarging? How can sleeves be changed to fit?
Master tailor, lecturer and fashion designer Petra Susanne Fritz brings knowledge and extensive experience in pattern construction from many years of teaching and studio experience.
In the course we discuss different top cuts together. In addition to the extensive course documentation, you can record the additional specialist knowledge with your own notes in order to apply it at home.
I would be pleased if you would bring along your problem parts from the field of outerwear such as shirts, blouses or dresses and if we can provide you with all the specialist knowledge you need in the group.
I am looking forward to your questions and problems in order to offer you a continuation course with a special focus on certain topics.
A course with lots of information that will take you further.

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 18

Level of difficulty: Beginners, Advanced Experienced

Material: A material package is offered at the price of 18 €, which can be purchased directly in the course and contains all the necessary materials.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 9:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Tilleke Schwarz

Workshop Couching (This is about writing and drawing with a needle)

kurse/748.jpg In the workshop the participant will learn the technique of ‘couching’, this is a kind of drawing and writing with a needle. It is Tilleke’s favorite embroidery technique as you can see at my exhibition. It can be combined with all kind of textile works. For instance when makers would like to add a bit of text to their work (for instance: their name and the title of their work). Tilleke will teach how to make the most of this technique, with color, 3 D effects with a shadow line etc.). The technique is very versatile. The technique originally was used for gold work for church textiles.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty: For beginners

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Fee: 45.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Allison Richter
4

“Reverse Applique Method” for combining Simple Piecing & Pieced Blocks.

kurse/750.jpg There are more ways than one to get to the same end result, and reverse
applique can also be an alternative to sewing curves! Not only that, but
combined with simple piecing techniques, or even pieced blocks, can add
even more interest to a project.
Reverse applique is an exciting sewing technique in which the applique
shape is cut from a top layer of fabric, and the raw edges are turned under
and finished to reveal a layer of fabric underneath. Don’t throw those fabric
cut-outs just yet! I’ll also share with you some creative projects to make with
those leftover snippits – every good quilter loves to put all those little scraps to use!
This method uses the spray starch applique method and is finished by a
straight or invisible stitch - which means NO raw edges and NO hand sewing!
After this course, you’ll find yourself looking for ways to finish projects faster, simply by using the reverse applique technique.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:00 - 17:00

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Kasia Hanack

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 16:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Peggy Morgenstern

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:15 - 12:00

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Peggy Morgenstern
1

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 12:30 - 13:30

Fee: 5.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Courses on Sunday, 10th May 2020
+ Andrea Ullmann-Hülsenberg

Patchwork Course: Joyful Composing with My Sewing Machine

kurse/702.jpg Your sewing machines is able to do these superb embroidery stitches, yet, you could never show them off so far?
This is exactly what we are going to change in this course.
We are going to embroider a piece of fabric, which has been previously coloured in our favorite colour with all the special embroidery stitches our machines are capable of sewing.
We are using colourful threads in different thicknesses.
Afterwards little pieces from our treasure box, such as little pearls, can be used to provide the surface with the little extra.
At the end of the class a little bag will be sawn from the fabric, we modified before. Thus, everyone can leave proud for home with a true self-created piece.
This course is suited for all sewing enthusiasts. Prior knowledge is not required.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Interesting for all sewing enthusiasts, previous knowledge is not necessary.

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 9:30 - 16:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Britta Ankenbauer
3

Personal ideas journal for textile projects

kurse/705.jpg In the digital age you only need to look at the internet, there are everything there, pictures, videos, instructions, etc. All the more fun it is to record one's own ideas in a journal "analogously" with creative methods, to collect them and to change or personalize them for one's own needs. The course introduces possibilities and techniques for capturing personal ideas for yourself (or as a gift). Simple steps in the book's design lead to a wonderful personalized journal that can continue to grow. We also work on the development of initial ideas, so that projects can also be planned up to their implementation in the journal and carried out later.

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: For Beginners and Advanced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Brunhilde Scheidmeir, Fritz Jeromin

Moderner Siebdruck mit traditionellen Naturdruckrezepten

kurse/706.jpg In den letzten Jahren hat sich ein großes Interesse für das Arbeiten mit Naturfarben entwickelt. Abgeleitet von alten Rezepturen aus Europa und dem Orient haben wir ein Verfahren getestet und entwickelt, mit dem Sie auf Naturstoffe, sogar auf Baumwolle und Leinen, haltbar drucken können.
In diesem Workshop arbeiten Sie auf verschiedenfarbigen, pflanzengefärbten Baumwollstoffen (handgefärbte Unikate, ca. 30*40cm). Sie drucken traditionelle florale Muster mit modernen Siebdruckschablonen und lernen damit gleichzeitig ein modernes Siebruckverfahren kennen, das sich auch zuhause prima durchführe lässt.
Am Ende des Workshops haben Sie eine Vielfalt an Stoffstücken, die alle miteinander harmonieren und sich hervorragend für Patchwork, Collagen, Mixed Media und Bekleidung eignen.
Dieser Kurs ist gedacht für Einsteiger, die sich kurz und kompakt über ein ungewöhnliches Naturdruckverfahren informieren möchten. Sie lernen neue Wege für Artquilts und Patchwork und eine Bereicherung für Ecoprints kennen! Attraktiv für Bekleidung, Schals, Taschen, Heimdeko.
Im Kurs erhalten Sie ein Skript, mit dem Sie zuhause alles Gelernte nachvollziehen können.

Language: GERMAN, ENGLISH

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty: Einsteiger, die sich kurz und kompakt über ein ungewöhnliches Naturdruckverfahren informieren möchten.

Material: Alles ist im Materialpaket, welches Sie vor Ort bei der Kursleitung zum Preis von 15,- € erwerben können, enthalten. Die Teilnehmerinnen brauchen nichts mitzubringen.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 13:00

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
5

meadow flowers

kurse/712.jpg A meadow lives from the colourful confusion. Blades of grass look for the shortest way up to the sun. In between you can see a little flower every now and then. Nothing exciting, but always unique. In this meadow flower course we combine the technique of watercolour painting, the confetti technique and of course freehand quilting.

Sewing machines and additional material (e.g. threads) are available free of charge for each participant.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Advanced

Material: Eine Liste mit den Materialien erhalten Sie nach der Anmeldung per E-Mail. Nähmaschinen und zusätzliches Material (z.B. Garne) stehen für jeden Teilnehmer kostenfrei zur Verfügung.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 85.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

WARTELISTE QUESTIONS

+ Heide Ulbrecht
5

Soulstitches, Coming straight from your heart

kurse/713.jpg Creative stitching without counting threads, with no rules…
At first you train several types of stitches. following the instructions
After this you’ll work with different yarns on differents types of fabric.
With „seeds“, „buttonholestitch“, „knots“ a.s.o. you’ll create very unique patterns, perfect for embellishing your quilts or as a work of art of its own.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: Beginners

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 13:00 - 18:00

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Karen Ackva
4

Sewing by numbers on paper -Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP)

kurse/721.jpg Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP) is a unique sewing technique where you sew directly on paper to create quilt blocks. The paper is then removed after the block is completed. Because this technique is very precise, it is a great method to use for Mariner’s Compasses, New York Beauties, Flying Geese as
well as creating images instead of applique. We will walk you through the FPP process from beginning to end and include topics such as using directional fabric and fussy cutting patches for all shapes. We will also take a look at different types of foundation piecing such as paperless and templates with and without seam allowance. Handouts will be available for purchase in class.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: beginner to experienced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

Sew curves

kurse/726.jpg Do you shy away from patterns that include a curve? Have you always been tempted to sew a curve but haven’t found the courage yet? In this class you will learn different techniques and approaches to sew curves. We will deal with quarter circles, semicircles and improv curves.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty:

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

FACED BINDING

kurse/727.jpg Have you noticed at quilting exhibitions that most quilts without traditional binding
be exhibited? Would you like your quilt design to be "frameless"? In
In this course you will learn how to frame your quilt. You will be taught two
Various methods for invisible bordering presented and practiced.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: for all

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:30 - 16:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Stefanie Benz

Small sewing school: Applications 1-2-3

kurse/737.jpg Interested in some basics? Applications are not difficult! Start the
Visit to the fair with a course on "Applications" with the sewing machine.
What is important, how do I proceed and what tricks are there? There are motifs with
different levels of difficulty - we design an application that will
can later be integrated into another plant.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 8

Level of difficulty: beginners

Material: You don't need any material except sewing supplies like scissors, etc. - bring along. In advance you will receive information with all details! Material package (incl. pattern and material) - 15,- Euro

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 10:00 - 13:30

Fee: 65.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Trudy Kleinstein
Creative with squares

kurse/738.jpg We sew with the machine quite different small squares and rectangles. These small mini quilts are decorated and embroidered by hand or the machine. The embroidery work can be done monotonously simple or elaborately with patterns. We are inspired by fabrics, the choice of colours and many new ideas.
We can use these parts individually, lay them on top of each other like a tiled roof, place them next to each other or connect them with ribbons. We can sew them onto a background fabric or add and decorate quilts with them.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: For All

Material: After registration you get a list with the needed material.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 15:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Petra Susanne Fritz
4

Modification of tops - blouses, shirts, dresses and skirts

kurse/745.jpg Modification of tops - blouses, shirts, dresses and skirts
By modifying and altering, great model variants are created!
Making garments for which you have chosen the design and the fabric yourself will make the heart of all sewing enthusiasts beat faster.
With simple technical refinements your patterns can be easily modified.
Seam variations, partitions, neckline shapes, gatherings, pleats, changes in width, changes in shape, sleeve shapes - new, refined garments are created - your unique pieces!
In the course we will change together different patterns into new models. Please bring your patterns, sewn models, ideas, drafts, pictures or photos with you on the course day, so that we can also create your desired pattern!
With the Know - How from this course, valuable tips and detailed course documents you can also create new models at home!
A course with a lot of information that will take you further.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 18

Level of difficulty: Beginners, Advanced Experienced

Material: A material package is offered at the price of 18 €, which can be purchased directly in the course and contains all the necessary materials.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 9:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Tilleke Schwarz
1

LECTURE: Inspired by our strange society About the quirky embroidery of Tilleke Schwarz

kurse/746.jpg Tilleke Schwarz (The Netherlands) stitches visually poetic “maps of modern life”. In her engagement with contemporary life, her work is reminiscent of graffiti. But unlike graffiti her work is hand embroidered with very fine stitches and lovely colors.
Tilleke includes in her work anything that amazes, moves, or intrigues her. Daily life, mass media, traditional stitched samplers, and cats are major sources of inspiration. The result is a humorous reflection on our modern society in textile form. Her work is a mixture of her singular personality, a fine graphic sensibility, and a bit of fooling around.
In this lecture Tilleke will focus on her life and art. Sources of inspiration and favoured techniques (including couching, cross stitch and appliqué) will come together as this renowned artist interprets the world through stitch and thread.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 20

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Fee: 30.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Allison Richter
4

Combing Felt Applique with Quilting or Paper Projects

kurse/751.jpg Adding felt applique can be a fun way to add interest and texture to a
quilting project... or even mixed medium projects. Learn how to create your
own felt appliqué shapes inspired by your favorite fabric designs. Delicate
and filigree cut out shapes can be achieved and highlighted with fun quilting fabrics using a reverse applique technique for that extra added surprise detail. Decorative stitching ideas, tips for securing the applique shapes in place, and machine settings for stitching round out the course.
Choose the medium you would like to work with: create a pillow for a quilting
project, customize a Kraft paper journal, OR design your own project with
Kraft-Tex, a fabric paper.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Experienced

Material: After registration you receive a list with the needed material per email.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Kasia Hanack
4

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

+ Karin Fetz
4

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Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty:

Material: siehe Materialliste

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 13:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT 2020)

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS

Exhibitions
+ Andrea Glittenberg-Pollier: Tribute to Nature
Andrea Glittenberg-Pollier

ausstellungen/kl/ID1.jpg Freehand embroidery is Andrea Glittenberg-Pollier’s favorite design technique, a German textile artist, living now in the French Alpes for 40 years.
Nature takes a great part into the artist’s creative process: by combining various textures and techniques, she recreates its simplicity, beauty and diversity. In her works, she uses organza, organdi, tulle, paper and many other types of fabrics. She dyes materials with natural products like rust, ochre and indigo…
Embroidering with both hand and machine tools, she embellishes her work with beads, threads and ribbons. She brings softness and authenticity adding wool felted by her care. Wool that she spins also on her spinning wheel, intermingling it with silk, cotton, feathers, creating unique threads that she will use afterwards on her loom.
Staged in this way, all these materials, in front of our eyes, are changing into trees, flowers, pebbles and streams …


+ Béatrice Bueche: Life stories
Béatrice Bueche

ausstellungen/kl/ID2.jpg My works tel life stories that I share. Sometimes they are beautiful, sometimes they are sad.
I always look for create beauty to please the eye and the heart!
I like to use colors that are messengers of life and joy.

Creating quilts is a way that helps me to take a step back on the sometimes very hard realities of everyday life.
It is also a way of talking about the wonderful nature that surrounds us and offers us generously so much beauty.
It's a call to preserve it!


+ Gabriele Schultz-Herzberger und Klaus Herzberger: Sewing and sawing
Gabriele Schultz-Herzberger und Klaus Herzberger

ausstellungen/kl/ID3.jpg Sewing and sawing – these are the techniques of Gabriele Schultz-Herzberger und Klaus Herzberger. Already in 2015 the works of these two artists were shown at the Nadelwelt under the title “Opposites”.
Now they present their latest works: quilts for daily use and wallhangings, large abstract sculptures and wooden objects of utility.


+ Hilde van Schaardenburg: Joy of colour
Hilde van Schaardenburg

ausstellungen/kl/ID4.jpg Art has always been prominently present in Hilde van Schaardenburg's life, as a natural companion on her path. An endless stream of ideas is continuously seeking its way towards a material expression. Being a versatile, creative person, she worked with many sorts of materials until eventually focusing on textile, paint and minerals.
Her work is always an expression of the joy of life. Joy and inspiration that comes from the myriad forms and colours in nature.

Her work embraces the following areas: as a textile artist & quilter she exhibits widely in Europe and has won several prizes; she is a coach for the awakening of artistic talents; and as a certified quilt judge she has been trained to evaluate objectively the works of others. Finally, she gives introductory courses in creative stitching and in jurying and judging.


+ LaceTime: Five elements
LaceTime

ausstellungen/kl/ID5.jpg Since 2014, ten lace makers from three countries have been meeting regularly under the name LaceTime. Their aim is to deal with contemporary lace outside of courses and to develop it further.

During their first meetings, the lace makers devoted themselves to the Chinese doctrine of the elements. Unlike the Western European understanding, this teaching is based on five elements: fire, earth, metal, water and wood. These 5 elements must be in harmony with each other to guarantee an optimal flow of energy, as they can nourish, control or even destroy each other. Each of these elements can be found daily in our environment in shapes, colours, tastes, properties and materials. Starting from the characteristic features of the elements, the lace makers have translated their own interpretations into contemporary lace (art) works.


+ Marianne Seelbach: Southwards
Marianne Seelbach

ausstellungen/kl/ID6.jpg When it is getting colder in autumn I remember the warm and sunny days that my husband and I spent in Italy, Austria, Switzerland and the south – west of Germany. I open my drawers and take out the postcards I bought and look at the photos in my albums. I make a list oft he landscapes and buildings I remember: memories are patchwork. Then I start painting and sewing.
The green and white oft he alpine landscape, the brillant blue oft he sky and the water and the warm colours oft he houses and the vineyards in the south bring light into the dark and grey days of November and December. I hang up my „postcard – quilts“ on the doors in our house and look forward to our next holiday in the south.


+ Maya Chaimovich: An Ongoing Story
Maya Chaimovich

ausstellungen/kl/ID7.jpg Throughout my life I have been involved in many crafts such as painting, wood carving, jewelry making, embroidery and work with various types of fabrics and laces.
In 1995, I became acquainted with the world of Quilt, which then occupied my mind.
With the art of Quilt, I express exciting moments which I went through, conveying my feelings with colors and shapes of the fabrics.
I use recycled fabrics, from various clothing items, using all types of materials - such as cotton, lace, velvet, silk, and synthetics.
I cut the fabrics into tiny pieces, and create new quilts in which I am telling my own personal stories.
Every quilt is an expression of an exciting experience or event that has inspired me.


+ Monika Neumann und Heike Rüeck: Zwei mal eins – showing TEXTiles
Monika Neumann und Heike Rüeck

ausstellungen/kl/ID8.jpg "The way we dealt with poems in our last project inspired us to use the text of poems as base for our new project. We, Monika Neumann and Heike Rüeck, agreed on a common text, for example “springtime”. The selection of poems and their interpretation, as the choice of materials and technics make the difference in our presented work. Thus, the realized objects come in pairs.
The realization, as in our previous projects, is shown in pairs in the size of 70 x 50 cm. A peace of the same fabric different in sizes, is the only common thing in all pairs.
All objects are exclusively produced with self dyed fabrics and other natural materials. Unusual materials were also integrated, i.e. fluff from a dryer, vegetable nets, pieces of wood. Traditional aspects as well as modern elements of quilt-art were included. "


+ TeXperanto: Time
TeXperanto

ausstellungen/kl/ID9.jpg During the Nadelwelt 2020 'TeXperanto' will be exhibiting works with the theme: Time, to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

The members of the group met 12 years ago during a two year course by the Dutch Quilt Guild. The course was then set up to deepen current knowledge and promote textile art. For 10 years we worked together in different compositions. Each member works in her own way with textile, two- or three-dimensional. We are celebrating our differences so we can inspire and learn from each other.

There is much to say about the topic of time. We would like to surprise you with our imagination of this theme in textile pictures.


+ Tilleke Schwarz: Stiched Poetry
Tilleke Schwarz

ausstellungen/kl/ID10.jpg The Dutch artist Tilleke Schwarz is internationally known for her hand embroidery on linen. Her work relates to the modern world around us. She includes anything that moves, amazes or intrigues her. The result is a kind of visual poetry made up of a mixture of content, graphic quality, fooling around, and elements of storytelling. Her humorous work relate to the history of humanity that is determined through stories.

Tilleke’s narrative compositions are left incomplete with no beginning, no storyline, and no end. It is intended as a form of communication with the viewer who is invited to create connections. It can become a kind of interplay between the viewer and the artist. For a better impression check her website: www.tillekeschwarz.com


+ Trudy Kleinstein: RECTANGLES
Trudy Kleinstein

ausstellungen/kl/ID11.jpg In search of the name of this exhibition, the question was for me:
How did I come up with these designs. The forms are repeated without them choose consciously. On one side, it has developed intuitively, on the other side I love the repetitions, the clean lines. But also new approaches and ideas search and develop them without having to work in series.
The squares, rectangles and squares offer an inexhaustible variety of options.

I can cut these pieces, embroider them by hand or machine, apply, deposit, layer, fill and rearrange in a variety of ways.
Hundreds, thousands of individual pieces create new quilts, many of them hand sewn and embroidered.
A color harmony tone on tone and work with contrasting colors.


+ tex21: HORIZONTAL - VERTICAL
tex21

ausstellungen/kl/ID12.jpg Tex21 is a group of textile artists from the Frankfurt Rhine-Main area, having shown their work in group exhibitions since 2001. At Nadelwelt 10 members are now presenting an extended version of a project they had initiated in 2018. It is based on the idea to create a minimum of three pieces of new works within the given dimensions of 25 x 75 cm that can be read horizontally or vertically. These are to be arranged in a way that not only showcases each artist's hand but also allows to be seen as a consistent and compact new work of art.

In addition to the 2018 version of this exhibition, sets of brand new pieces in the original format as well as 25 cm squares and 25 x 50 cm rectangles were integrated.

These are the participating members of tex21: Ute Baunach, Christine Brandstetter, Jutta Briehn, Gisela Hafer, Ulrike Heigl, Friderun Heil, Claudia Kreuzig, Hanna Mühe, Heide Stoll-Weber, and Christine Wagner.


+ Pia Lenhard: Kluge Knit Art
Pia Lenhard

ausstellungen/kl/ID13.jpg Knitting is my biggest passion. After several on and off phases of knitting, I came across an extraordinary knitting technique so called ‘Kluge Strickart’ at the end of 2013. I was fascinated with this technique which is all about knitting pictures and garments. The possibility to develop abstract motives from nature and at the same time creating wearable art with just a thread and a knitting needle, enabled me to give my creativity a whole new expression. My designs are created by combining different shades from the color wheel. Like a painter mixing his colors on a palette, I mix colored threads into the finest nuances, creating a harmonious mood. I am inspired by painters like Paul Klee, Hundertwasser and Tom Schulten. With help of several courses I managed to improve this technique and obtained my certification as a course instructor in ‘Kluge Strickart’.


+ Challenge Textile International: Sites and Wonders of the World
Challenge Textile International

ausstellungen/kl/ID14.jpg A Japanese, a New Zealander and a French woman have developed a challenge together. They proposed 30 wonderful places from all over the world and interpreted each in their own way through a patch.
The exhibition features 90 quilts, all of them very different from each other. The quilts were created by Japanese, New Zealand and French artists and at the same time show the artist's technique, culture and interpretation.


+ The Modern Quilt Guild: Modern quilts by German members
The Modern Quilt Guild

ausstellungen/kl/ID15.jpg The Modern Quilt Guild (MQG) was founded in 2009 in the USA and has over 14.000 members in over 200 guilds worldwide.
The exhibition shows quilts from German members of the MQG that are all original designs.
Since June 2019 Daniela O’Connell is the ambassador for the Modern Quilt Guild in Germany. At the booth you can see fresh, modern quilts and get to know what the Modern Quilt Guild has to offer.


+ Das Quilt Kollektiv: The platform fpr modern quilters
Das Quilt Kollektiv

ausstellungen/kl/ID16.jpg We are the new German platform for modern quilters!
Quilting is so much more than just a hobby. It’s a passion that connects people. On our platform you can connect, discuss and learn from us and each other.
Finding like minded people online is great! But real- life connections are even better! That’s why we’re offering the Quilt Camps: uninterrupted time to sew your own projects, workshops with passionate instructors and active discussions with other quilters. And all of this while spending time in beautiful surroundings with an inspiring atmosphere.
We provide a lot of information in our virtual Quilt Café and discuss recent topics.
Our Quilt Campus offers all the resources you need as a modern quilter. You can decide if you want to get to know us personally at one of our day- events, which we hold all over Germany, or if you want to access the resources conveniently at home from your computer.
Meet us at our booth! We’re excited to meet each and every one of you in person - so please come by and say “Hi!”


+ Die (Nadel)Brieffreunde: Needlebooks…what else?!
Die (Nadel)Brieffreunde

ausstellungen/kl/ID17.jpg From A as in Alabama Chanin to Y as in Yearning, from fairy tales such as Snow White or Rapunzel to Spring Awakening, Silence or Riddles: The weekly topics for the Grand Needlebook Year were as diverse and manifold as the creative realizations by the textile and mixed media artists from Germany, Austria and Switzerland who had joined the fun. The result: Far more than 300 needlebooks on 52 topics. Beautiful artwork and exquisite pieces were created, and a majority of them will be at display at the Nadelwelt.

When viewing the exhibition, it is the close and detailed look that is required. On a needlebook-rectangle of approx. 10x20 cm new techniques and unusual material come to usage and fascinating textures are created. And so, there is only one truth valid for the participating artists: Needlebooks…what else?!


+ Dominique Leleux-Hardy: Folks Family
Dominique Leleux-Hardy

Like family portraits with fabrics, thread and paint, I wanted to compose a souvenir gallery of these folk that I would never know. They are or have been like me, inhabitants of the Earth and our lives will never cross and yet they are so close. I created this gallery during my photographic meetings with these folks. Gradually, they are a "Folks Family".


+ Brunhilde Scheidmeir und Jude Kingshott : Colours of Nature
Brunhilde Scheidmeir und Jude Kingshott

ausstellungen/kl/ID19.jpg Jude Kingshott and Brunhilde Scheidmeir have been working collaboratively
together, exchanging ideas, developing joint art pieces.
Both have shared sources of inspiration coming from the colours of nature,
natural forms, music and poetry.
Between them they have many years with teaching and exhibiting both
individually and together.
Their unique specialities contrast, complement and combine to expand the possibilities, they begin with their individual creative processes. Brunhilde works with leaves and other plant materials to achieve unique printed dyed fabrics and papers.
Jude works with indigo dye using stitched resist finally adding her handstitching. For Jude stitching is a meditation which is informed from the cloth or paper. The joint outcome results in abstract, tactile harmonious art pieces.


+ Annemiek Stijnen: African Inspiration
Annemiek Stijnen

Inspired by Africa, inspiring African embroidery and fabrics, inspiring African garments; all these are combined in this exhibition. The garments are so-called 'smock' from Ghana, worn by men. Handwoven stripes (by women), sown by men. The embroidery is Tambani embroidery from South-Africa, the fabrics are batik made at the school of the Baobab Children Foundation in Ghana and shweshwe from South-Africa.
Come, visit and be inspired!


+ Carrefour Européen du Patchwork – European Patchwork Meeting: Opposition
Carrefour Européen du Patchwork – European Patchwork Meeting

"Full of contrasts, discordant or contradictory, the "negative" of the other harms the first one when they coexist.
However, we continue to make opposites coexist, as if one needed the other in order to exist. Don"t we say that opposites attract?
Be inspired by the theme of opposites."

On this theme and after careful deliberation the jury has chosen 34 works out of 130 entries. You will discover at the exhibition which works have received awards, especially the EPM's Grand Prix.


+ Haus 18: Naturally
Haus 18

ausstellungen/kl/ID22.jpg This exhibition shows the personal projects of the yearlong masterclass from the studio “StoffARt” (2019/2020). You will see a range of contemporary textile art, i.e. artquilts, embroidery and sculptural objects. A lot of the work is about the human relationship to nature and urban themes. Britta Ankenbauer, head of the masterclass program and textile artist, offers all participants of the yearlong class a lot of possibilities to develop their own artistic textile work. She is focusing on personal ideas and helps students finding their own voice and an individual approach. The use of different materials and techniques formed the individual textile language. One of the classes, called “CoOpera”, focused on the challenge to work together and to make common projects but to concentrate also on the own specific artistic language.


+ Paola Zanda: From Bark to Abstract Shapes
Paola Zanda

My project comes out from the observation of the barks. I live in a little village, surrounded by woods, in the south of Switzerland. That gives me a lot of inspiration. I love walking inside; taking pictures, observe the images created from different lights and weather conditions.
From that, I begin to sketch some particulars of the bark. Working with colours and shapes, I finally achieve a minimal and abstract design that satisfies me. Then I can start the textile work. I dye the satin cotton fabrics personally with ProcionMX. From the sketch, I create a paper pattern from which I can cut the different fabric parts, I piece them all, and I quilt with simple vertical lines using variegated threads. That is to give movement, depth and highlight all the piecing work. The result is a great and warm visual effect that reflects my love for the colours and admiration for nature and its masterpieces.


+ Patchwork Gilde Deutschland e.V.: No Rules – Just Jeans
Patchwork Gilde Deutschland e.V.

The heading above was the key for a challenge for members of the Patchwork Gilde that came along in cooperation with the Levi- Strauss-Museum Buttenheim. The quilters received an envelope containing some jeans-patches and some thread. They were to use mainly fabric of used jeans and these give-aways.
How versatile and imaginative small works of art can be is proved by the created 59 quilts.
Come along into the world of jeans, captured and presented in a colourful line-up put forth by the creativity of the artists.
“Patchwork heals your soul!” Once again this sentence proves true when looking at the persuasive exhibits.


+ Quilt around the World : Patchwork Puzzles and Coincidence Quilts
Quilt around the World

With the motto "Just do it a little differently" we want to make you curious about innovative, extraordinary and entertaining ways of textile design. Explore new creative territories off the beaten paths of patchwork and quilting, be surprised and playfully open up new sources of inspiration and techniques for the design of unique textile works.

The mysterious block riddles of our Patchwork Puzzles lead you to block-based quilts based on your own designs, including traditional sampler quilts as well as spectacular one-block quilts with exciting secondary patterns.

For our Coincidence Quilts, the dice decide which "ingredients", e.g. design elements and principles, colour compositions and techniques, should be used when designing a textile piece. This results in charming works of art such as the "Little Treasures".


+ Renate Kämmer: Quiltparty
Renate Kämmer

At the Nadelwelt in Karlsruhe 2019 lots of visitors basted hexies at the sewing flashmob that was organised by Renate Kämmer to donate them for the Weserbergländer Herzen helfen e.V. These were made into a quilt called „Hexieparty“ with the english paper piecing method.

And because sewing together is so much fun, another donation quilt was made, the „Brezelparty“, this time we used the foundation paper piecing method and a pattern by Ingrid Alteneder from Joe, June and Mae.

But we will not only show these two quilts, but also offer some small workshops to show the difference between these two sewing methods and all the things that can be made with them.


+ World Quilt Competition 2019: WQC 30 + 3 - The German Quilts Plus Individual Entrants from Europe
World Quilt Competition 2019

ausstellungen/kl/ID31.jpg The WQC 2019 edition has attracted very strong interest. 25 German quilters sent in a total of 30 quilts. As an addition, three ladies from The Netherlands, Austria and Sweden joined the group.
These 33 quilts featuring all sorts of styles, skill levels and techniques give a wonderful overview of quilting in Germany - peeking to our European neighbors.


+ Renée Rudebrant: X-stitch
Renée Rudebrant

The cross stitch is being embroidered all over the world. The cross stitch is often a symbol for conveying safety and a sence of home. However, he does not always get the recognition he deserves.

With her work X-stitch, the artist Renée Rudebrant pays tribute to all those who give this stitch expression and character by creating patterns and images based on a simple X.
For the main workpiece, Renée Rudebrant has been assisted by 10 embroiderers, all of whom contributed by embroidering each one piece designed by the artist.
Every single stitch intends to symbolize the rich treasure of recognition and preservation of the stitch, to which embroiderers all over the world contribute.

In addition to her main work, Renée Rudebrant is presenting a selection of her Scandinavian cross-stitch artworks.


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| 06. - 08. Nov 2020