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In case of inclement weather, classes may be rescheduled. If your roads are bad and you must miss a class, we will work with you to ensure you receive all of the class content. This could be a one-on-one session, or a reschedule, so be sure to sign up for all of the classes that peak your interest.
We are opening our classroom for you. It will be available for your use any time we do not have a class scheduled. Take advantage of our large tables and big ironing board to make your quilting easier. Call and schedule your studio time with us. Bring a friend and stitch and chat in our great quilting space.
Contact Marianne to plan your instruction sessions for your Elna sewing machine, embroidery machine, and/or serger.
Learn to use your machine and accessories. Sessions include hands-on experience. Workbook pages and fabrics for each technique are provided. Serger, embroidery, and software lessons are scheduled individually.
Start in February and have this charming quilt done before Christmas. It is a 7 month quilt, or you may choose to purchase the whole kit at a small savings.
Sign up by Feb.1, to have your first block ready.Our Block-of-the-Month program:
Each monthly kit contains the pattern, fabric and embellishments for that block and will be ready for pick-up the first of every month.
Cost per month is $29.99. If for some reason you are not able to pick up your block by the 25th of the month, we will mail it to you with an additional charge of $4.00 for postage.
A credit card is required to be kept on file for this purpose.
Socks are fun to knit and wear! Once learned, you can use this method to knit completely seamless socks, cuffs, sleeves, baby sweaters and almost anything you want to! The "magic loop" technique makes the knitting easy. The trick is using a 32" or 40" inch circular needle.
Create a sweet pin using buttons, beads, lace and any other trims you can imagine. Think about a Valentines" theme.
Decorative stitches and beautiful fabrics will make your landscape dreamy.
Come and help us make a quilt to be donated to a local veteran. We will make blocks in the morning and assemble the quilt in the afternoon. Kits for a simple block will be available for purchase at a reduced price or bring you own fabric. Our qult will be a scrappy rail fence, with red white and blue fabrics. Call the store for more information.
Please call ahead to sign up for the workshop. Lunch will be provided.
Do you want to hang a barn quilt square, but don't have a barn? Come and paint a 12" quilt square on canvas. This block will look great in your sewing room.
What a great way to use up some of your fabric scraps and save some money. We'll make washable covers for your furniture and floor dusters.
Linda will teach you the basics of free-motion quilting. She also has great tips and tricks to make your quilting easier. Whether you are new to free motion, or just want to brush up on your technique, this is the class for you. Some pre-class preparation is required.
We will talk about needle sizes, yarns,and knitting terms. We will learn a simple cast-on and basic knitting stitches.
Come in on Feb. 27, between 9:30 and 1:00, and make a small kennel quilt to be donated to an area animal shelter. Bring your scraps or use some of our fabrics. These quilts are also used in times of disasters, such as hurricane Sandy, when shelters are affected by storms.
For more information go to www,quiltpatternmagazine.com.
Learn tender loving care of your sewing machine. Marianne will teach you the basics of machine care: oiling, cleaning and general maintenance. When you take proper care of your machine it will give you many years of sewing satisfaction. Bring your sewing machine, cleaning tools and manual.
Learn the basics of sewing, including threading a machine, sewing a straight seam, cutting fabric and more. When you leave class you will have a beginning knowledge of sewing and a beautiful pillowcase! Reserve a classroom machine or bring your own.
Enhance your quilting skills with fun,easy methods using the walking foot.
The Hunter's Star is a beautiful quilt block, but can be intimidating. With Deb Tucker's method of construction you will love the results. Using her rulers the construction is fast and easy.
Judy and Judel Niemeyer have designed a beautiful table topper using the traditional wedding ring design. Using templates and Charm Elements paper piecing will make this block easy to assemble.
Have you wanted to make a quilt but didn't know how to start? Peggy will teach you all the basics of fabric selection, cutting and piecing as well as how to bind and finish your quilt. You will love your new skills.
Make a useful draw-string project bag as you practice your sewing skills.
Mother's Day is just around the corner, so gather a family group or come yourself anytime that suilts you on Saturday. Sandy will have a special project lined up for you.
Be sure to call ahead to reserve your time slot.
The Stitch on the Double book has fun and easy projects to Sew on the Go! If you want to have sewing you can easily transport and work on away from your machine, this is a class you will love.
This wreath was one of the most popular Christmas projects of 2015. By using seasonal fabrics, you can have beautiful year-round decorations. Make table toppers or door hangings for any season or holiday.