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Kantha Quilting

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About the event

Explore Indian Kantha stitching and find out how it can be used to decorate items for the home. Linda will demonstrate how to make a thin summer quilt reusing old house linens, then you will be guided in stitching your own elephant design pouch.

Learning how to use colourful Kantha stitches you will be able to continue this attractive technique at home. By recycling household items such as sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers we are helping reduce landfill and also make something warm and comforting. This versatile stitch is simple and perfect for those new to stitching. All materials are provided.


Where is it taking place?

The Island Arts Centre
BT27 4RL

Who is it suitable for?

No previous experience is required.

When is it taking place?

Friday 18th August
10.30am – 1.30pm

Price and do you need to book?

£35, 12 places available
Booking required online here, or by phone.

Contact details

T:    004428 9244 7506





Additional information

This event is a part of August Craft Month with Craft NI, Northern Ireland’s celebration of craft. Summer 2023 will mark the 17th annual August Craft Month with makers all across Northern Ireland getting involved.



All August Craft Month events are run independently by the event organisers. For questions regarding this event please contact the event organiser directly.

Event Details

Maker: Linda O'Kane

Starts: Fri 18 Aug at 10:30 am

Ends: Fri 18 Aug at 1:30 pm

Craft Type: Textile Making, Textile Patchwork and Quilting

Event Location: Antrim

Event Type: Workshop

Price: £35