Create a three dimensional, reversible bowl that is both unique and functional. With a piece of heavy interfacing, fabric scraps and your sewing machine you will learn how to create an awesome artistic bowl. A basic Bowlie is approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter and 2 1/2 inches high. Learn how to cut and sew the basic foundation, then turn your creative spirit free by mixing raw edge appliqué and decorative stitches, and maybe even a little free motion quilting. A fun addition to your home décor or a perfect gift to a friend. Come make a Bowlie with me!
The Beauty of the Braided Twist is in its' simplicity! No Quilting, No Binding, No Handwork!! How?... The magic is in hidden center seam!! YOU JUST TWIST! Come see all the samples in the shop and join us in class to learn the secrets of this great project.
This thread catcher and organizer is a “must” for every sewing room and every sewer. Whether you sew by hand or machine you will have things at your fingertips. This class will not only teach the construction of this thread catcher but also how to use iron-on vinyl. This makes it easier to clean out those threads. Make one for yourself or what a great gift for your sewing family and friends.
Do you have a collection of quilt tops just waiting to be quilted, but are unsure of how to begin to finish them? Here is the perfect class for you to learn how to quilt those quilts at home, on your own sewing machine. Learn about needles, batting, thread, and marking tools. The first night we will cover machine guided quilting using your walking foot. The second night we will put on your darning foot and you will see just how easy free motion quilting can be. This class will help develop the confidence needed to quilt your own quilts.
This pattern will make 4 Placemats measuring 12"X 16". The Double Hexagon flower is pieced by hand using Hexagon paper pieces and Charm squares, plus yardages. This two part class is a great beginner pattern to learn all the ins and outs of English Paper Piecing (EPP) from basting, hand stitching,and then machine stitching to the place mat base. The first class will focus on EPP and the second class putting it all together. If you are looking for a new, portable, hand project, EPP is for you!
Skill level: Start Quilting Graduate
Instructor: Theresa Kennedy
Class Fee: $40
Sessions: Two 3 hour sessions
Date: Part 1 Saturday, March 14th 10:30 am - 1:30pm
Whether you have made clothes in the past or are just a beginner this jacket is quick and easy to do. I will teach you the proper techniques in apparel sewing. NOTE: we will be working with COTTON FABIC ONLY.
Want to know how to appliqué? This course concentrates on different stitch techniques for machine appliquéing. You will learn about needles, threads, tensions, machine settings, stabilizers and fusible web. You will also practice on different shapes using your zig-zag, satin and/or blanket stitches.