We are still finalising the class program for the Fat Quarterly Retreat which takes place in London next summer over the weekend of 18-20 July.  Here are some of the teachers we will have for you and we will bring you the finalised teacher and class list in the new year.  In addition to Tacha, Brioni and me teaching, we have:

Amy Smart: US quilt blogger extraordinaire, resides at Diary of a Quilter.  I’m soo excited for Amy to be coming over to the retreat this year.

Jen Kingwell: owner of Amitie Textiles, Melbourne.  Designer of Green Tea and Sweet Beans, The Circle Game, The Gypsy Wife, Bring Me Flowers, Midnight at the Oasis and many most fabulous quilts.  Hand piecer and quilter.  My quilting hero.
Fi Pullen.  Owner, manager, brains behind The Sewing Directory, the UK’s biggest online sewing resource centre.  I consider Fi to be the centre of the UK sewing world with all of us orbiting around her like planets around the sun.
Rachel from House of Pinheiro is one of the UK’s foremost dressmaking bloggers.  On top of which she is a lot of fun and very nice, kind and friendly.  She came to retreat last year and we all agreed we’d love to have her teaching this year/
Thomas Knauer is a quilter and fabric designer with a whole host of lines with Andover.
Jo Avery owns Avery Homestore and is an established quilting and sewing teacher and hosts retreats at her shop in Scotland.
Kerry Green of Very Kerry Berry, my co-author of 500 Quilt Blocks.  An accomplished dressmaking and quilting blogger, Kerry is perhaps best known for her quirky Japanese style of quilting and her Sew-Ichigo paper piecing designs.
Helen Howes is teaching at retreat representing Oakshott shot cottons and will be teaching a class using their fabrics.
Karen Lewis from Blueberry Park is a screen printing textile designer and quilter who splits her time between teaching and creating both screen printing and sewing.
Jenny Fox-Proverbs is the editor of Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine.  She has 15 years experience in the craft publishing industry, first project-managing and commissioning craft books for David & Charles before moving on to work on Future’s craft magazine portfolio.