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
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.

Cost: $ 35.00
A great paper pieced project, simple and fun.

Cost: $ 45.00
Learn to make curvy Log Cabin blocks the traditional cut-to-size way or with the Curvy Log Cabin Trim Tool (my favorite method) while stitching straight seams. The blocks can be combined in many different ways to create circles and waves; you can pick your favorite quilt from the book to make. I chose to make the Dotsy Bed Runner using Kaffe fabrics and a solid white background very similar to the one in the book. This technique lends itself to using scraps from your stash or a coordinated look with a bundle of 2-1/2" wide strips.

Cost: $ 45.00
Fierce Ladies is a ?doll house? representation of the beautiful Victorian houses in San Francisco known as The Painted Ladies. Each house on the hill is covered with gingerbread trim in a riot of colors. I made my project 18? x 33?, pattern is 18? x 24? (Painted Ladies project is 60? x 72? and has much larger houses).

Cost: $ 45.00
Use this handy organizer next to your sewing machine, on your desk, or in the bathroom to keep everything at your fingertips. Pop the long organizer into a purse or tote bag, and you're ready to go. There are two sizes included in the pattern: Cube – 6" wide x 6" long x 5" high; Long: 12" wide x 4" deep x 5-1/2" high. There are two outside zipper (easy to insert) pockets and many inside pockets in addition to empty space in the center of the organizer.

Cost: $ 45.00
Bring your projects at any stage and get help putting it all together. Come to one session, or all of them.

Cost: $ 20.00
A fun flying geese quilt.

Cost: $ 45.00
This is a beautiful zigzag stitched bag. No shaping required! Simply made from a rectangle for the sides and an oval for the bottom.

Cost: $ 35.00
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
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
Learn the basics of machine quilting using your own home sewing machine. This is a six 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
Pinwheels done Fast, Fun, and Easy! Pick any of the projects from either of the two books and be set for a magical surprise. I used the Twisted "Sixster" Table Topper, 5" squares and the Lil' Twister Ruler for my sample which finished about 21" x 21". By changing the size of the squares and the Twister Ruler you can make your project larger (or smaller) using rulers by Primitive Gatherings.

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
This project would make a wonderful Holiday or Winter table runner - think of gift giving and make one in the recipients favorite colors. The pieced sections are easy to construct and put together' you'll have this finished in no time. The finished size is 20-1/4" x 43".

Cost: $ 45.00
In 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
Another Skill Builder Mystery

Cost: $ 40.00
Gentle curves are cut without a ruler or template then sewn together to create the main part of your project. This may sound scary but you will find it very freeing and surprisingly easy. Small bits of contrasting color(s) are scattered here and there to create interest in the design (I used all black for mine but you could use several different colors if you wish). I used very narrow strips of the fabrics to get the final look that I wanted but the strips could be made wider also (would go together faster!). I think this could make great placemats as well as a table runner; also a great wall hanging.

Cost: $ 45.00
The Trees in this pattern are based on contrasting groups of fabrics. Choose any group of colors you like providing each selection has good contrast with the others.

Cost: $ 45.00
A quilt for anyone on your gift list

Cost: $ 45.00
This is a technique class that will take the mystery out of doing mitered corners on borders for your next quilt.

Cost: $ 35.00
Corral your cash, cards, and coins in an easy zipper pouch. There are three sized to choose from. Make one to keep and one to give away! Don?t worry ? the zippers really are VERY easy to put in.

Cost: $ 40.00
Boomerang is the quilt that you?ll make again and again. Gather a bundle of your favorite coordinating solids, basics or small scale prints to spring into action. This quilt comes together quickly with no Y seams!

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
Very cute mini quilts that finish 12? square and use easy fusible applique. There are three different designs in this one pattern: Watering Can, Wheelbarrow, and Boots ? choose one or do all three. The designer used rick rack and buttons for finishing detail ? use your imagination ? go wild!

Cost: $ 40.00
This good-sized lap/nap quilt is faster and easier than it looks. This looks great with coordinating fat quarters or mix it up with fabric from your stash.

Cost: $ 45.00
This quilt pattern is a classic. Make it any size, add or delete borders, flannel fabric or plain, this Fat-Quarter-friendly quilt is always a hit. Suitable for an experienced beginner (good rotary-cutting skills and able to maintain a consistent quarter-inch seam).

Cost: $ 45.00
This fun, easy and precut friendly pattern that will go together in a snap.

Cost: $ 45.00
Despite the name, this quilt is wonderful for any time of the year. Brush up on your Flying Geese, Half Square Triangle, and Flip and Sew techniques. There are several different ways of creating either of these techniques and Victoria will explain them to you. The finished size of the project is 56? x 72? (size could be adjusted with deleting bocks or making more blocks.

Cost: $ 45.00
Great sturdy tote bag. This bag can be made by piecing fabrics together for a color block design or use a single fabric (great for a large print). Finishes at 13? tall and 17? wide.

Cost: $ 45.00
The blocks for this quilt can be made using a 10" Layer Cake OR from yardage (or fat quarters); it works well with lots of different fabrics. Victoria used five fabrics in gradation across a small version of the quilt (finished at 41" x 47") and took some liberties with the pieced border.

Cost: $ 45.00
Don?t let the complexity of a Bargello quilt intimidate you. ?Surf Song? uses regular strip-piecing techniques with a range of fabrics that produce a gradation of color from light to dark. Assigning numbers to the fabrics and then following a number chart (also referred to as a ?paint by number? map)

Cost: $ 45.00
For this class you may choose either Outhouse OR Palmetto for your project. Both of these projects are simple paper piecing and are great as a beginning paper piecing project or fun for someone who is familiar with this technique.

Cost: $ 45.00
A great bag for the trip to the beach or shopping with friends; there are six pockets inside the bag and the trim detail on the outside is VERY each to create. The bag is 11" wide at the top by 12-1/2" tall by 4" deep and has an easy to accomplish NO SAG bottom built in. The straps can be resized to be used as a simple tote or longer to slip over your shoulder. The front and back are mirror images but could be a terrific area to highlight a special print on either one or both sides.

Cost: $ 45.00
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
Free your creativity with raw edge applique. Learn the techniques needed by making a landscape quilt using my pattern. But you won?t want to stop there. After this class, you will be ready and eager to tackle your own raw edge landscape.

Cost: $ 50.00
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
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.