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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.
Class fees are due upon sign-up. Cancellation within 48 hours of class time will receive store credit-no refunds please.
Bring your knitting and join Sandy for a cup of coffee or tea as you work and chat.
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.
This class will give you the basisc to begin your sewing journey. We will teach you the parts of the sewing machine, what to include in a sewing kit and how to sew a straight seam. We will use a great PJ kit to construct simple sleep pants.
Allison Will teach you the basics of cast-on, knit, purl, and bind-off. Call the store to arrange a time for these one-on-one lessons.
Socks are fun to knit and wear! We have great sock blends that make fun socks to 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.
A ruana is an ancient wrap from South America worn by natives in the Andes Mountains. With 2 yards of our great Color Catcher woven flannel from Studio E and less than 2 hours of your time, you can have a wrap perfect for those overly air-conditioned restaurants or chilly fall days.
A view of our mountains and forests is featured in flannel on this cozy quilt. Donna will teach you some tricks to make your piecing easier as you construct this quilt.
Join a knit-along group and work each month on a new mitten pattern using Kat Lewinski's 12 Days of Christmas Mitten Garland pattern. Each mitten uses colorwork to create an image representing one of the 12 days of Christmas.Tthese mittens are smaller than regular mittens and can be pinned to a clothes line to create a charming garland for your holiday decorating.
Natural felted wool allows you to soften clothes in one of the mast natural ways possible. Make your own dryer balls to take the place of liquid fabric softeners and dryer sheets. Avoid harmful chemicals and toxic substances, but get the same results. When you place these wool dryer balls in with a load of laundry, they will tumble around to soften fabrics, reduce wrinkles, eliminate static and shorten dryer time. you may decorate your dryer balls with needle felting and add a drop or two of essential oils for variety if you wish.
This class is an introduction to sewing and will teach the basics of sewing, machine safety and how to sew a straight seam. We will then move on to construct a "sleepover" pillowcase from a Benartex kit. The kit i ncludes a pillowcase, large drawstring bag, and small pouch.
Have you ever bought yarn you loved then didn't know what to do with it? Do you have 2 skeins of the same color with different dye lots? This class will help you figure out how to combine those baffling skeins into a beautiful unique shawl, cowl or scarf. The class will include several simple methods for combining and mixing colors.
What an unusual Block-of-the-Month Quilt! Most monthw we will make 2 blocks as we work our way around the LeMoyne Star, In order to make the magic happen there are months where we will need to make more blocks to complete the design. In addition to working with traditional piecing methods, (half-square triangles, flying geese, hourglass, rail fence, diamond-in-a square) this BOM will challenge you to tackle skill building blocks with strings, curves, templates, strip piecing, basic paper piecing and applique. Follow the fabric choices on the pattern or choose your own colorway.
Since this is a teaching Block-of-the-Month, we will be teaching basic piecing as well as more advanced techniques.
Using a basic serger workbook, we will create projects with the serger. these will include item not usually thought of as serger items such as a small quilt and tote bags that show off different derger stitches.