Contrary Gary by Krisanne Watkins

A skill building project awaits those who participate in this class.  Contrary Husband blocks are surrounded by nine patch blocks, and then framed with on point Churn Dash blocks.  The original quilt was made as a personal challenge to make … Continue reading

Sewing Basket by Francine Berrett

This lovely, light-weight sewing basket holds all of your fabrics and sewing supplies for one project. It is a great way to carry everything you need to class. Friday Morning Class March 28th, 2014 $15 Skill Level: All Skill Levels … Continue reading

Citris Splice by Krisanne Watkins

Take one fairly simple block, and make it in multiple sizes and fabrics.  Add a few basic enhanced blocks for variety. Then put several blocks together into large blocks, put the large blocks together, and you have a beautiful quilt … Continue reading

Postage Stamp Suprise by Carmen Geddes

Piece this CLASSIC quilt top with ease! Perfect intersections, stable, flat blocks, and SUPER FUN to make! Amazing 1 1/2″ FINISHED SQUARES! Use engineered, foundation printed interfacing to make your masterpiece. Learn to create endless layouts for a beautiful heirloom … Continue reading

Chaos at the Courthouse by Heather Porter

This pattern is designed for pre-cut 2 ½” strips. It may look complicated (even a little chaotic!) but it’s very simple to put together. The class will cover: Color coordination, making the blocks, quilt assembly, pressing tips and directions, and … Continue reading

Lecture – Quilter Math by Lisa Bassett

Don’t let the math scare you! This lecture discusses the “magic numbers” you need to know as a quilter, and various easy formulas that make quilting easier and more accurate. Some of the many topics include: Figuring binding, backing requirements, … Continue reading

Divine by Emily Bailey

Learn to machine applique perfect circles. Have fun creating a drunkards path boarder & giant leaves from these circles. It is quick and easy! Don’t let circles scare you anymore! Saturday Morning Class March 29th, 2014 $15 Skill Level: All … Continue reading

Quilting on Home Machine by Madge Linday

CLASS IS NOW FULL This class will teach you about 1. Preparing fabric 2. Batting 3. Making quilt sandwich 4. Threads 5. Free Motion Quilting 6. Meander Quilting 7. Glued binding! Saturday Morning Class March 29th, 2014 $15 Skill Level: Beginner … Continue reading

Tilt-a-Whirl by Heather Porter

ONLY 2 SEATS LEFT Learn how to make your blocks dance! This class will teach the simple technique required to “tilt” your blocks, and will give instructions for making the large and small blocks, plus the “hidden” pinwheels within the … Continue reading

Ripple by Emily Bailey

Gentle curves create movement in this variation on a rail fence. Learn tricks to get those curves to go together smoothly and lay flat! Saturday Afternoon Class March 29th, 2014 $15 Skill Level: All Skill Levels Documents Supply List Click … Continue reading

Super Simple Geese by Lisa Bassett

ONLY 5 SEATS LEFT! Yes, these geese really are super simple to make. No diagonal cuts or bias piecing. Instead, raw edge machine appliqué, one quick cut and you’ll be done. The wall hanging is just the beginning. Who knows … Continue reading

Liberty Crown by Carmen Geddes

Could you believe this Quilt is Easy? Perfect Points! No Curved Piecing! Fun, Fast, It’s a Beauty! Finished 12” Block! Saturday All-Day Class March 29th, 2014 $30 Skill Level: All Skill Levels Documents Click here to download the supply list, or … Continue reading

Log Cabin by Janet Houts

Fun, fast and perfect log cabin blocks with this new no-math, no-measuring method. Trimming each round after each fabric strip is sewn insures a perfectly pieced block with more sewing and less cutting. The Log Cabin Trim Tool designed by … Continue reading

Whirligigs by Susan Garrity

This is a paper pieced pattern.  This class will include: v  Learning to draft a log cabin block in a triangle v  Learning the importance of completing a road map for construction of the quilt v  Discussion of color values … Continue reading