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Have you always wanted to quilt but don't know where or how to start? Join us and become a confident quilter in only a few short weeks. In this class we will cover: Tools and equipment, books and magazines, fabric selection, cutting and piecing skills, applying borders, binding the quilt and quilting math. You will complete a 70" x 70" quilt.

Cost: $ 125.00
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: $ 125.00
This is a wonderful technique class

Cost: $ 45.00
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
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: $ 45.00
There are 15 different Little Gems in this book ? all paper pieced and finishing at 12" x 12". While each mini quilt is very intricate ? because it is so small it is also very achievable, these could make great gifts for anyone. There are many ideas for embellishing your project to add that special flair. This is a terrific way to explore more challenging blocks and have the ease of using paper piecing to get those perfect points.

Cost: $ 45.00
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
Open sew - bring your project and a snack to share.

Cost: $ 5.00
Learn the basics of machine quilting in this four hour class. We will cover needles, thread, quilting patterns and more. Polish up your skills or learn new ones.

Cost: $ 50.00
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
These 'catch-all' bags are great for the beach, overnight trips, or toting you fabric stash to class or retreat. The Mondo bag is 'huge' while the Midi Bag is approximately half the size. This is a great place to use Charm Packs, the 2-1/2" square Candies, or your scraps. Both bags are made using 2-1/2" squares and a pre-printed fusible interfacing (included in the pattern) to make stitching all the seams EASY!! (I promise). So fun and easy you won't want to make just one!

Cost: $ 45.00
Make a delightful Wall Hanging, Table Runner, or Small Quilt with a collection of paper pieced outhouses. Have fun with the colors and fabrics - go wild or classic. This is a paper pieced pattern which is one of my favorite techniques, if you haven't tried paper piecing previously this is a great project to begin with.

Cost: $ 45.00
This is a technique class where you'll practice creating the binding strips for doing a double fold continuous binding for a quilt, wall hanging, or table runner. There will be practice for right angle corners and those pesky corners with angles that are NOT right angles (lots of table runners have these). All fabrics will be provided by the instructor.

Cost: $ 35.00
A quilt for anyone on your gift list

Cost: $ 45.00
Taking a simple nine patch block, we are going to turn it into an abstract art quilt by slicing and dicing and adding sashing. This can also be done with an unfinished top or an orphan block. It will be fun and easy. So bring some of your fabric stash and join me for a good time at this workshop.

Cost: $ 50.00
A wonderful design for a baby quilt, the design in the pattern finishes at 37" x 44" but could be made larger very easily. There are no "Y" seams and the cutting is also easy with the recommended ruler.

Cost: $ 45.00
Get ready to make some noise when you see how fast the Stereo quilt comes together! Bold triangles pair up quickly with no Y seams! The recommended ruler makes the cutting go very quickly. I chose to use a 10? Layer Cake for my fabrics. You could also use large and small scale prints as well as solids.

Cost: $ 45.00
The Poinsettia Table cover incorporates a sewing technique called foundation paper piecing is used to assemble the units required to make this quilt. Curved piecing is used to join the units after the foundation piecing is completed. The quilt can be made either round or square. It can be a holiday quilt or not depending on color choice. A good intro quilt to several Judy techniques.

Cost: $ 90.00
Three sizes are great for your tablet, reader, or tools. There is even a bag just for your cord!

Cost: $ 45.00
Who doesn?t love heading out to look for that perfect Christmas tree? ?Vintage Christmas? mixes vintage trucks with tree blocks. It is fun to make and fairly quick to put together too. Since it?s early in the year, you still have time to get this made in time for Christmas. Very do-able!

Cost: $ 45.00
Perfect for toiletries, electronic gear, or sewing supplies, this handy bag will keep you well organized. Simple yet functional, it?s got the room you need for all your essentials but compact enough to fit in a suitcase.

Cost: $ 45.00
A sewing technique called foundation paper piecing is used to assemble the units required to make this quilt. Curved piecing is used to join the units after the foundation piecing is completed. Finally, Judy?s method of machine applique using laser cut stabilizer is used to add the outside detail.

Cost: $ 45.00
Adorable mat for the center of your table ? or anywhere! Great for seasonal decorating. Uses a fat quarter for the center and 1-1/2? wide strips of fabric. Very fast and easy. Finishes as a 21? octagon.

Cost: $ 35.00
Adorable mat for the center of your table ? or anywhere! Great for seasonal decorating. Uses a fat quarter for the center and 1-1/2? wide strips of fabric. Very fast and easy. Finishes as a 21? octagon.

Cost: $ 35.00
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
A fun zippered bag in four sizes: Small (7-1/2? x 6-1//4?), Medium (9-1/2? x 6-1/2?), Large (11-1/2? x 9-1/2?), and Extra Large (14? x 9?). A terrific project to show off a favorite fabric and/or create a fun braid trim. These would make fabulous gifts for birthdays, holidays, or any special occasion.

Cost: $ 45.00
How to make Baskets & Bowls using your sewing machine.

Cost: $ 45.00
Great projects to use scraps for the ?patchwork? portion of these patterns. The Apple and Tree are fused onto the background pieces. The patterns show these patchwork pieces used in a Table Runner but could easily be done into a small wall hanging, sides for a tote bag, etc.

Cost: $ 45.00
A wonderful pattern for using 2-1/2? strips, 10? square pre-cuts, or Fat Quarters. The actual block is not what you would expect. Each block finishes at 8? x 8?.

Cost: $ 45.00
The Fractured Star was designed as a beginner pattern to introduce quilters to paper piecing. The project is fast, uses only one foundation block, employs simple cutting techniques, and is an affordable and fun way to jump into your first paper piecing project. It is meant to make those new to the process find confidence, understanding, and success. The large throw is a very dramatic beginning quilt.

Cost: $ 90.00
This book is truly an inspiration ? so many quilts I wish to make from it. You get to choose the project that best suits your needs; with a few exceptions the techniques are the same for all the quilts. I?ve made at least four of these and had fun with each of them.

Cost: $ 45.00
This is a fun project that can use stash fabric or pick up fat quarters to create your neighborhood. The wedges are stitched together then attached to the background. You?ll create roofs, doors, and windows to be fused onto your buildings. A center circle will be attached at the end to cover the raw edges in the center. Let your inner child out and have fun! This project finishes at 24? x 24? but can be made into a larger quilt by creating more neighborhoods.

Cost: $ 45.00
Bring your collection of selvages and begin making new fabric from them. You can get a head-start on a future project (a bag, notebook cover, hot coffee holder, needle case, etc.) or do a quilt-as-you-go mug rug. If you have no collection yet, start cutting from your fabric stash and ask your friends to save theirs for you. The teacher will have some to share.

Cost: $ 30.00
Whole cloth channel stitched baskets in 3 sizes. Use fabric with lines in the print for easier channel stitching. Wine caddy makes a wonderful table decoration or hostess gift!

Cost: $ 45.00
Squares and rectangles never looked so good! Easy piecing makes this a snap. Create a quilt, table or bed runner, or fun border for a panel. Fat Quarter friendly.

Cost: $ 45.00
A great table runner, bed runner, or wall hanging; this project goes together very quickly and is perfect for using your stash. You can make it scrappy or not ? your choice! The pattern finished at 16-1/2" x 72" or you could make it any size by changing the number of units in your design. My design is 17" x 54" finished.

Cost: $ 45.00
This is an easy pattern just for panels. Grab your favorite panel and coordinating fabrics and join the fun. Pattern works for three different sized panels, but quilt math makes it all adjustable! Suitable for experienced beginners and beyond.

Cost: $ 35.00
This dedicated group of quilters welcomes anyone wishing to make a quilt for our wounded troops. Help is appreciated in all areas: making blocks, sewing blocks into tops, binding, and more. Fabric and patterns can be provided.

This Block of the Month is looking more and more exciting all the time. A 10 month program starting September 21st. You will be making 9 (nine) blocks per month in three different sizes. It may sound like a lot to handle but we know you can do this....

Cost: $ 90.00