Meet with like-minded quilters to expand your color horizons and free your piecing imagination. Kim and Kat will encourage you to break "the rules", and play with your fabric in ways you may not have considered. Bring some stash, your machine, and basic sewing supplies.
Turn a plain Jane composition book into a beautiful journal. It’s a great place to practice new techniques and fabrics, too! Try Boro stitching, use cork, do a little Zentangle...it’s all fun!
Thursday Nov 30th, 10:30am
Now that you have learned the basics of sewing, continue the adventure while learning advanced techniques. Construct a skirt with fitted waistband, darts and a zipper. Prerequisite: sewing I or basic sewing skills.
Join Marla to make pet beds. The beds are donated to local rescues and shelters for the cats and dogs in their care. Since we began this program, we have delivered hundreds of pet beds. We need people to sew, stuff, and cut. If you want to sew, please bring your machine and basic sewing supplies.
Wednesday Dec 6th, 10:30am
If you have wanted to learn to read a pattern, sew a simple project, or just need a little confidence then this class is for you. In this series we will explore and learn using a sewing machine to make three (3) simple projects. Each class is designed to increase your sewing skills. Class # 2: Learn to read a pattern, top and edge stitching, sew a...
Do you find yourself always avoiding zippers? Well you don't have to anymore! Come and join us to learn about different zippers and how they are used. Practice installing regular, centered and lapped zippers. Plus learn an easy technique for invisible zippers that you can use on different types of fabrics.
Tuesday Dec 5th, 10am
This class, for total beginners, teaches basic sewing techniques including machine basics, how to read and use a pattern. Learn to make two easy projects (a tote bag and pajama pants) to prepare you for more advanced sewing classes.You'll start by learning the basics of using a sewing machine and use those skills to sew a tote bag. Then you will learn...
Students will bring a chair of their choice to class and reupholster it. Some sewing is involved in the majority of chairs brought in. A supply list will be handed out on the first day of class. Our apologies, no storage facilities are available.
Does your thread break a lot? Can't get the metallic threads to work? Barbara can unravel these mysteries for you. Learn how needles and thread work together to give you the best possible outcome.
Wednesday Nov 29th, 10:30am
This easy-to-sew reversible dress ties at the shoulders to help create a perfect fit while making it easy to get on and off. Layer it with a turtle neck and tights for cooler weather! Wouldn't this be a nice gift for your favorite little girl?
Tuesday Nov 28th, 1:30pm
A simple technique for your fashion design. From the method of ESMOD, the French Design school, Raia will teach you simple techniques for creating your own designed clothes by draping your fabric around the dress form. You don't need to use a flat pattern or sloper.
Thursday Nov 30th, 10am
Dye a cotton, tencel, or linen warp using fiber reactive dyes. Winding the warp onto a loom is demonstrated. A materials fee of $25 is payable to the instructor.
Tuesday Nov 28th, 10am
In this class you will be able to learn to do all of your hand sewing alterations! we will practice basic hemming stitches that will include hand serger, basting and a slip stitch for invisible seams. Sew on a button, snap and hook and eye.
Tuesday Dec 12th, 10am
Don't have enough room in your house to easily sandwich a quilt? Bring your top backing batting and supplies to us and we will help you sandwich that quilt in no time! Sandwiching services are offered twice a month once during the day and once during the evening. Supply List: quilt top quilt back: if it needs to be pieced, you should...