Sherrie T Jewson

Sherrie T Jewson Textile Artist


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Textile Resume


Diploma Fashion and design Hobart

Certificate 3 Window Furnishing

Certificate Studio Textiles

Workplace Trainer and Assessor

Teaching at shops

Michelle’s Sewing Basket – long arm quilting

Jiddi’s patch Geelong – patchwork and free motion quilting

Spotlight – free motion quilting, foundation patchwork, painting on fabric, beginners patchwork.

Frangapani quilt shop – free motion quilting

Esme’ quilt shop – painting and stencilling

Teaching at Guilds and groups

Ballarat quilter group – free motion quilting

Gisbourne quilters group – free motion quilting

Ararat quilters group – free motion quilting with stencils

Huon quilters group – free motion quilting for gifts

Nubeena quilt group – free motion and colour theory

A student with the following tutors at AQC    

  • Jenny Bowker
  • Deb Louie
  • Gloria Loughman
  • Susan Brubaker Knapp
  • Judy Coates Perez
  • Michelle Hill
  • Frieda Anderson

A student at Australian Machine Quilters Festival

  • Sherry Rodgers- Harrison
  • Kerrie Ann Riles
  • Michelle Turner
  • Renae Haddadin
  • Kim Brunner
  • Clare Fairless
  • Anne Bright


2013 Hoffman Challenge –   Winner

2013 Island Quilts –     Presidents award as the quilter

2014 Island Quilts –     Highly Commended for Whole Cloth Painted Dahlia

2014 Island Quilts –     5th viewer’s choice for 10 Of Cups

2014 Island Quilts –     4th viewer’s choice for Whole Cloth Painted Dahlia

2012 Hoffman Challenge – Top 20

Ambition for the future  

  • Be considered a generous and knowledgeable tutor providing guidance and direction for those seeking to evolve their painting and designing skills in textile art.
  • Deliver confidence to all students who attend my workshops so they can design more textile art work with confidence.
  • Develop good workshop plans with objectives and outcomes that are possible and of course enjoyable for my students.
  • My teaching calendar is full with workshops and sessions throughout Australia and overseas.
  • To grow my portfolio to keep my future students interested in my designs.
  • To be recognised and acknowledged for my quilts for good design and use of colour.
  • To be chosen as a tutor at AQC.