These small bags have a hidden bottom that allows them to stand. You'll master easy zipper techniques and add a decorative Rosette if desired. There are two sizes in the pattern (5-1/2" x 9" x 2-1/2" and 4" x 8-1/2" x 2-1/2") and you'll find they make great gifts for all ages.

Cost: $ 35.00
This fun quilt is from Karen Snyder’s first book, Bundles of Fun. The bargello-like pattern looks great in batiks, novelty prints or Christmas fabrics. Gather 12 fat quarters and let Kathi show you how easy it is to get the stair-step effect.

Cost: $ 45.00
This is the third BOM program we've done with Marti Michell and Maywood fabrics and they are all gorgeous! Marti's templates make a complicated-looking block relatively easy to make. Every piece fits nicely to the next. This is a thirteen month program and includes all the fabric for the top and the binding. The cost of the program is $16.95 per month plus a $25 registration fee. We are offering a 15% discount on the total cost of the monthly kits when paid in full before October 20. Demo/lectures will be the third Thursday evenings from 6:pm to 7:pm and the third Saturday afternoons from 4:pm to 5:pm. Come to one or both! We've had a great response to this and have opened another 12 spots, some of which are already taken. Please call to reserve your place.

Cost: $ FREE
There are four different sizes: Large Table Topper – 26"; Medium Table Topper – 23"; Small Table Topper or Place Mat – 17-1/2"; and Extra Small Table Topper or Charger – 15-1/2". There is no binding on this project, just a few hand stitches, some top stitching and you're done!

Cost: $ 45.00
This workshop is for those wanting to make a quilt of their own design, those that have an idea but can't find the pattern, and those that want to resize a quilt pattern. It is the math of quilting: how many, what size, how much.

Cost: $ 35.00
These baskets are fun, easy, and quick to make. Could be a great way to present a small hostess or shower gift. There are three different sized baskets in this pattern, one for every use. A great way to use up scraps or the 2-1/2” pre-cut squares.

Cost: $ 35.00
This six session class covers the basics of quilting from what tools and how to use them, picking fabrics, creating seven different blocks, adding borders, creating your quilt sandwich, and basic quilting techniques.

Cost: $ 100.00
This quilt used to be a layer cake before Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Company worked her magic. Gather up some 10” squares, a periwinkle template and some wacky web paper and you’ll be all set to sew this fun quilt. Kathi will show you how to use the wacky web paper and you’ll have these blocks finished in no time.

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This quilt is very eye-catching with very little effort! Fast and easy, this quilt is suitable for all skill levels (beginners should have good rotary-cutting and piecing skills). Choose which block size you wish to make and which size quilt to complete. Some homework required.

Cost: $ 35.00
Speedy little bags with an easy edge finish – no binding, no fuss! Keep all of life's little necessities where you can easily find them. The pattern includes three different sizes: Mini – 4-1/2" x 6"; Small – 5" x 7-1/2"; Long – 5" x 9-1/2".

Cost: $ 35.00
A great clutch bag that will make a wonderful gift for yourself or a friend! This project is fat quarter friendly and has a very easy zipper installation. There is a pocket on the outside front of the clutch and one on the inside.

Cost: $ 45.00
Many of us know and love the fabulous scrappy quilts of Bonnie Hunter (quiltville.com). This quilt is Bonnie’s Cathedral Stars pattern, but has been tamed by the using only four fabrics and the background color. Or, feel free to go scrappy with your quilt! The two blocks in this quilt are a modified "54-40 or Fight" star block, and a modified "Jacob's Ladder". The pattern makes an approximate 91” x 91” quilt (queen coverlet), with blocks that finish at 9 inches.

Cost: $ 40.00
A simple and fun quilt using 2.5” strips. Make your chains all one color, or mix it up! Brights, pastels, school colors, the sky’s the limit!

Cost: $ 40.00
Spruce up a wall or mantel with Santa and his dancing reindeer. This whimsical wall quilt has a light background and a brightly colored, pieced border for a fresh look. My sample includes only two of the four dancers to make a smaller piece; you can decide how many reindeer will dance with Santa. The finished size of the one in the book is 75-1/2" wide by 27-1/2" high.

These cute zipper pouches are fully lined and easy to make. All it takes is eight seams – honest! The zipper is VERY easy to put in and the unused piece cut off the end can be used as a loop at one or both ends of the zipper (can also use ribbon instead). The pattern also gives directions for creating the pouch to your personal directions.

A terrific folded tote!

Cost: $ 45.00
This is a fun, whimsical table runner that lends itself to almost any celebration – birthday, luncheon, bridal shower, or 'just because'. It uses very simple piecing and appliqué techniques – a great project for a beginner! It would also lend itself very easily to a wall hanging or door banner by doing just half of the project. This project has fun scalloped ends that are simple to accomplish for beginners and is designed to be turned inside out so no binding is required!

This is a simple and fast way to 'explode' a small focal square into a bigger block. I will show you this simple tecnique that looks difficult and the finished projects can be attention grabbers!

Cost: $ 25.00
This is a fun, quick project that can be used for many things: garbage in the sewing room or car, cord catcher for your electronic 'gear', a general 'catch all', etc. The Stacking Pop-Ups are created just a little differently and can use a second fabric for the liner; the sizes are 8" Medium, 10-1/2" Large, and 14" Extra Large. These larger pop-ups could be great for yarn, toys, and/or a small laundry basket. All of the pop-ups will flatten and can be secured with either an elastic band or strap for easy storage.

Cost: $ 35.00
A great first time paper piecing quilt. No points to worry about matching. Easily adjustable by adding or subtracting blocks or rows. This pattern uses foundation paper piecing quilting methods with a top pressing technique.

Perfect your Flying Geese technique with this great project. The pattern is for a throw (64” x 68”) but I made mine smaller; you can enlarge or condense the design to fit your needs. The pattern describes using the ‘no waste’ method of creating flying geese and I will discuss several other methods of achieving great flying geese. A terrific way to use your ‘stash’ or have an excuse to try out the latest fabric line.

Cost: $ 45.00
You’ll learn to make baskets, bowls, and/or totes in this fun class. Wrap cotton clothesline with strips of fabric and then zigzag the clothesline into fabulous shapes. Make a small bowl to hold sewing tools at your machine, a basket to hold skeins of yarn while you knit or crochet, a tote to hold a towel and book to the beach – the possibilities are endless. A wonderful project to use your scraps or that piece of fabric you just HAD to have and now can’t imagine why. The fabrics always take on a life of their own with this method and the surprising results are great. These make great gifts for a friend or family member, or maybe a hostess gift? WARNING: Making these baskets, bowls, and totes can be addictive!

Cost: $ 45.00
Joy in the Woods Victoria Jones Sunday December 2 $40.00 1:00-5:00 Create a table runner for the Winter Holidays; this one could celebrate Winter right on through January. The finished size is 14" x 42"; or you could make just half the table runner, leave off the wording, and use it as a small wall hanging or banner.

Cost: $ 40.00
Fun, quick simple technique that looks much harder than it is. You can take larger print fabric and make it look completely different. Similar to a 1-block wonder, but faster - it only uses 4 repeats for each set of blocks.

Cost: $ 25.00
A tutorial on finishing a quilt with facings rather than the usual binding. This technique is very suitable for smaller quilts – art and miniature usually. It also works for larger quilts and those with edges that aren't straight.

Cost: $ 20.00
Darling little quilts to dress up any home.

Cost: $ 40.00
Decorate your wall or door for the Winter season with this whimsical snowman quilt. Machine appliqué using paper-backed fusible web makes this quilt go together quickly and easily. This design will go right through the Holiday and into the new year. Kim's designs are always fun and make you smile.

Cost: $ 45.00
I will teach you the basics of a bargello for a small wall hanging. So many possibilities that can have dramatic results. Bargellos are all about color and tones to create the right look. I will teach you the technique and give you ideas on how to finish it and make it your own, you can create your own silhouettes or you can find laser cut fusible appliqué to finish them.

n this class we will use a single large-print fabric to create kaleidoscopes. Kaleidoscope blocks – each one unique – are produced by aligning the printed design on several layers of fabric and then cutting and sewing triangles together. Once all the blocks are made, the kaleidoscopes are used to “paint” a watercolor-like quilt. These quilts look complex but are actually easy, easy, easy – and fun to make besides.

Cost: $ 45.00
Easily master sharp points, smooth curves, and precise piecing with my favorite technique! This will be a technique class on learning how to do paper piecing. If you’ve tried it before and weren’t sure you really ‘got’ it this is perfect for you. We’ll also be stitching curves so you’ll actually practice two different techniques with this class.

Cost: $ 35.00
This book has three different pillow patterns in it and you may pick the one you would like to do. Two of the patterns have zippers in the back and on one the two back pieces overlap. Each of the pillows has a different technique and you can mix and match them as you wish.

Great way to use a striped fabric and make a stunning quilt. This technique only uses a yard and a quarter of a horizontal Striped fabric. Is a fast project if you need a quilt in a bind and you probably have a nice striped fabric in your stash!

Open sew - bring your project and a snack to share.

Cost: $ 5.00
Bring your projects at any stage and get help putting it all together. Come to one session, or all of them.

Cost: $ 10.00
Sandra is back to the fractures, but she has revised the pattern to make it go together in a snap. Come check it out!

Cost: $ 30.00
Traditional pineapple block quilts have been around for a long time, with many books written and templates developed to teach the quilt. This method is definitely “Sew Simple” and you will be excited to make this a go-to quilt for any occasion!

Cost: $ 40.00
This little bag has a surprisingly large capacity! There are three zippered pockets and four open pockets that can hold all the sewing tools you’ll ever need. Great for carrying to classes and retreats! Or maybe use it as a make-up bag. Are you into making hexagons? You can carry your prepared fabric, your templates, and completed hexies, as well as your scissors, thread, and any other supplies you need. You could even sneak in a little chocolate to make your stitching more enjoyable!

Cost: $ 55.00
Are you stuck and need assistance on a project, or just want to get away from the house, sew, and maybe socialize while you're doing it or do you need the structured time? Victoria has started a Sit and Sew every Monday. Come join in, meet new friends and get some projects completed. You can choose either the daytime or evening session - or enjoy both!

Cost: $ 10.00
Are you stuck and need assistance on a project, or just want to get away from the house, sew, and maybe socialize while you're doing it or do you need the structured time? Victoria has started a Sit and Sew every Monday. Come join in, meet new friends and get some projects completed. You can choose either the daytime or evening session - or enjoy both!

Cost: $ 5.00
This has become my favorite bag! Six outer pockets to hold your keys, sunglasses, cell phone, and the inside is big enough to stow all of your essentials! So quick and easy to make, and the fabric combinations are endless!

This quilt makes great use of large prints. It is lap size and goes together quickly. Suitable for beginners with rotary-cutting skills and able to maintain a consistent quarter-inch seam.

Cost: $ 35.00
The squares in each block form a simple grid like the old-fashioned children’s game. The center square in the block is larger because it’s everyone’s favorite. Tic-Tac-Mo was inspired by a tattered old quilt in a Missouri antique shop, and the Mo stands for Missouri.

Bring the best-dressed wine bottle to any party. Zip up two coordinating fabrics with a contrasting zipper and you’ll be celebrating in style! You’ll be amazed at how quickly these go together. This will make a wonderful gift for any occasion. Think about hostess and Holiday gifts.

A whimsically designed table runner for the entire winter season; this one doesn't say 'Christmas only' but could be used into February very easily. It would also lend itself very easily to a fun wall hanging by doing just half of the project.

Cost: $ 45.00
Learn about the latest threads and Stablizers

Cost: $ 49.99
Software Event

Cost: $ 49.99