Patchwork Group

We have reopened on April 27, 2022. Please feel free to come out and visit us while taking precautions against infection. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Patchwork” began as a way to make effective use of small pieces of leftover fabric without wasting them. In the U.S., it is also called “quilt,” and many highly artistic works have been produced. Furukawa Evangelical Free Church holds a “Patchwork Group” for women with the goal of “having fun while making things together. Currently, five to six people gather together.

They make not only patchwork but also Christmas ornaments, bags, knick-knacks, etc., each one of them making whatever they want to make. We help first-timers to start with something easy and gradually improve their skills. There will be plenty of time for chatting while making, and chapel time afterwards. Why don’t you join us? We are looking forward to seeing you.



Date & Time: As a rule, the 1st and 4th Friday of every month from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Click here for the exact date)

Place: Furukawa Evangelical Free Church Chapel

Fee: Free of charge (only the actual cost of materials such as cloth and metal fittings will be charged)

*Observations are always welcome. You are always welcome to visit and chat with us. Please feel free to come.
*Please contact us in advance for the date and time of the workshop, as they are subject to change.


Artwork Gallery

Here are some examples of works that participants are making!

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