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: $ 100.00
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
Go small with BQ blocks that are one quarter the size of the original BQ block. Choose your look; all the same or one of each. Placemats are 13-1/2" x 18" and Runners are 18" x 76-1/2" or 18" x 45".

Cost: $ 40.00
Take the fear out of Flying Geese with this technique class, Victoria will show you how to create Flying Geese using FIVE different methods so you can find the one that works best for you! You'll be able to identify where the trouble spots are and how to get the results you've always wanted.

Cost: $ 35.00
Bring your projects at any stage and get help putting it all together. Come to one session, or all of them.

Cost: $ 20.00
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
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: $ 40.00
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
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
The magic of reshuffling turns this block into a lovely evolving quilt. Just when you see a new pattern emerge, another is revealed as the quilt comes together. A great project to use your favorite 10" square pre-cut bundle, yardage, or scraps; the pattern includes five different size quilts from Lap to King.

Cost: $ 45.00
A fun table runner for the Holiday season but depending on the fabrics chosen can be used throughout the year. A terrific way to hone your skills on Flying Geese blocks. The pattern is designed to finish at 15-1/2" x 46-1/2" but can be made longer or shorter to fit your table. A single block of this pattern could make a great gift as a Mug Rug.

Cost: $ 45.00
Make a whole shelf full of these wonderful buckets to hold all sorts of things. Great gifts for a new mom, recent graduate, or new bride. This is a terrific project to use some of the fat quarters you've gathered during shopping trips and then wondered what to do with them.

Cost: $ 35.00
Fun, fast, and easy! You get to decide what size you want your basket to be - is it square or rectangle, tall or short? A great way to organize sewing tools during class - untie the corners and it's flat for transporting back home! These baskets will make great gifts for everyone on your list.

Cost: $ 35.00
Hanging by a Thread is an easy-to-assemble quilt featuring squares and rectangles connected by "thread" blocks in five vertical columns. Easy cutting and simple seaming make this modern design, without borders, a quick-to-assemble quilt top that will showcase your feature fabric.

Cost: $ 45.00
A fun table topper that easily adapts to all seasons!

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn several applique techniques in one day, from freezer paper to needle turn. And the best part is you only need to bring scissors as all supplies will be provided in the kit purchased on the day of the class.

Cost: $ 50.00
No special template required for this project! This contemporary quilt mixes sharp lines with rolling curves and is designed for four sizes from Lap to King. The double pinwheel star doubles the movement. Easy and Forgiving, this quilt is worth a second glance...a double take...you know what I mean.

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: $ 40.00
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
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
Using simple triangles gives the illusion of diagonal rows. This is a great project to use with fat quarters and/or left over fabric from previous projects. The project can be made in multiple sizes: baby - 44"x56"; lap - 62"x74"; twin - 72"x92";,and queen - 92"x104". There are lots of half square triangles in this project and would be a good one to use the new Bloc-Loc Ruler(s) on.

Cost: $ 45.00
A truly fun project for the bird lover or Halloween lover in your life. The design creates a wonderful wall hanging with bird shapes that can represent several different birds - I choose to think of a Halloween scene.

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
You can't help but smile when you look at these fun "wonky" trees. The pattern uses the Creative Grids Spider Web ruler designed by Karla Alexander. Crazy Christmas Trees can be a wall hanging or a table runner - your choice!

Cost: $ 45.00
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
A terrific design to celebrate Fall - use fabrics to replicate the seasons wonderful colors or match your decor. The project finishes at 14" x 48". The project uses simple construction techniques and will go together quickly.

Cost: $ 45.00
This bright and modern quilt is easier than it looks - don't let the hexagons scare you! It uses 2-1/2" strips so a jellyroll makes it fast. Or cut your own strips from your favorite fabrics. The pattern offers four quilt sizes. Suitable for experienced beginners (good rotary cutting and quarter-inch piecing skills), but enjoyable at all levels.

Cost: $ 45.00
Every night feels like a slumber party when you are wearing a pair of pajama pants made from your favorite fabric. These are a great project for the beginner sewer and the seasoned veteran alike. Variations include long or Capri length, with or without pockets, elastic waist or a combo of elastic and tie waist, and/or adding embellishment to the leg. Just think how stylish you'll be at your next quilting retreat!

Cost: $ 40.00
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
Make a great tote bag to match your Pajama Pants to carry all your supplies for an overnight party. The bag finishes at 15" high x 15" long x 7-1/2" wide and it is 'slouchy' and will hold lots of 'stuff'. You can do some top stitching and/or quilting on the outside if you desire or leave it plain. If you've never attempted a bag before this is a terrific project to begin with.

Cost: $ 40.00
There are three different books with several different table runners in each book - you can choose the one you would like to make. These table runners would also make great small wall hangings by doing just one end of the table runner. The techniques are easy for a beginner to learn - easy pieced backgrounds (could also just use one fabric for the entire background) and simple fusible applique.

Cost: $ 40.00
A great table runner in two sizes (although it can easily be made larger if you wish). This is a terrific project to use a 2-1/2" Jelly Roll or strips from your left-overs from previous projects. Also, you can use the excess strips from this project to create the border for the Slice Table Runner shown in the same book - two almost for the price of one. There are two sizes to choose from: 18" x 35-1/2" and 24" x 48".

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
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.