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Whether you’re an expert quilter or a beginning sewist, there’s always something new to learn. Join us and share our love of sewing.

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Classes


Create amazingly accurate, elaborate looking star blocks using simple paper piecing techniques.

Cost: $ 21.00
An event for embroidery enthusiasts.

Cost: $ 120.00
Get to know your sewing machine and how to use and take care of it.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn how to place, stitch, and finish a variety of buttonholes.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn how to sew garment facings.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn several different types of seams and use some in a unisex bathrobe

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn different techniques for installing zippers.

Cost: $ 25.00
Let your embroidery machine do your quilting for you on this adorable baby quilt.

Cost: $ 42.00
Stitch this windy Autumn themed wall hanging.

Cost: $ 60.00
Eight whimsical birds strut their stuff in this fun embroidered block of the month.

Cost: $ 21.00
Get familiar with the fantastic features of your 15000.

Learn the basics of your embroidery machine.

Cost: $ FREE
This small poinsettia wall-hanging combines machine appliqu? with machine embroidery.

Cost: $ 35.00
Make this stunning kaleidoscopic quilt in your embroidery hoop--one block at a time.

Cost: $ 21.00
Celebrate every month with these sweet applique bench pillows.

Cost: $ 42.00
Create a custom covered cushion or a cover for an existing cushion.

Cost: $ 42.00
This stunning bargello quilt features offset interlocking hearts.

Cost: $ 63.00
Serge or sew this fun, swingy skirt for summer.

Cost: $ 21.00
Stitch up this lovely stained glass-style wall hanging.

Cost: $ 63.00
This happy, smiling guy is just waiting for you to stitch him up so he can follow you home and shower you with llama love.

Cost: $ 42.00
This apron's criss-cross straps make it a breeze to slip on, and it?s longer length and ample wrap will keep your clothes tidy and clean.

Cost: $ 42.00
Sew, socialize, and share skills with others.

Cost: $ 5.00
This fun quilt finishes at 54" x 60" -- perfect for a cuddle blanket or throw.

Cost: $ 42.00
This sassy summer table runner features breezy appliqu? and a pillowcase edge.

Cost: $ 42.00
This multi-purpose, unisex bag is ideal for work, travel, or everyday.

Cost: $ 42.00
Create stunning textured fabric art.

Cost: $ 21.00
Flip boring pillows on their head with the Lil' Twister tool.

Cost: $ 42.00
Craft coiled bowls and baskets without the clothesline.

Cost: $ 21.00
Learn the basics of free-motion quilting while practicing a variety of beginning designs.

Cost: $ 21.00
Learn the skills you need to confidently use your serger for many different projects.

Cost: $ 85.00
Get familiar with your digital cutter and cutting software while making fun, simple projects.

Cost: $ 25.00
Create an embroidery from start to finish while exploring the tools in your software.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn how to use your My Lace Maker software to design beautiful lace.

Cost: $ FREE
Create an embroidery design from start to finish while exploring the tools in your software.

Cost: $ 25.00
Create an embroidery design from start to finish while exploring the tools in your software.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn the basics of how to use and maintain your Janome sewing machine in this first class in our Janome usage series.

Learn to wind a bobbin and thread your machine, how to use the basic feet and their correlating stitches and how to keep your machine in good working order. We'll also present information about needles, threads & notions.

Learn to use the feet and stitches that will be useful for piecing and quilting.

Learn about serger anatomy, threading, needles, notions, and basic stitches.

Janome owners will learn to use the feet and stitches that make sewing tasks easier