PATCHWORK AT HOMESPUN

Mariana Cuza, who risked death to flee communist Romania, now helps other refugees at the Ishar Women’s Multicultural Centre.
Mariana Cuza, who risked death to flee communist Romania, now helps other refugees at the Ishar Women’s Multicultural Centre.

Ten years later, almost 120 customers attend their sewing classes each week.

From humble beginnings, Patchwork at Homespun now takes more than 10 classes a week, catering to every skill level.

‘Our stock of patterns, books, equipment, threads and many other bits and pieces, will keep a customer’s interest for some time,’ Ms Watkins said.

Many beautiful quilts are on display and Patchwork at Homespun sells Janome sewing machines.

Stock take specials are available in store now at shop 6, 6 Harrison Street Willagee, for class details call 9337 7182.