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This class is for anyone who is terrified of the "A" word but would love to learn applique. It's a foolproof preparation method that can then be stitched down by hand or machine.

Cost: $ 30.00
Bring your misfit clothing items and Stephanie will teach you how to fix or alter them. Simple alterations she can help with include: shortening or hemming pants/skirts, garment is too loose or too light, back of pants gapes, armhole gapes, straps too long/too short, zipper issues.

Cost: $ 25.00
Perhaps you started a bargello quilt in a class with Pat, or ventured out to make one independently. Pat has made many bargello quilts, and is happy to help with yours. Dedicate an afternoon to make progress on your unique bargello masterpiece!

Cost: $ 20.00
Do you have a quilt top finished that you need to sandwich or baste in preparation for quilting? Needing to baste can halt your progress. Many hands make light work! Learn to baste in a frame, one top each, and more if there is time.

Cost: $ 25.00
This class is for anyone who has a serger and needs help from the very beginning. Edith will cover basic threading, inserting needles, adjusting tension, and more.

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn a quick and easy hand quilting stitch that will add a sweet personal touch to your quilts. Cyndi will also teach you a hand embroidery stitch that will make binding your quilts lots of fun.

Cost: $ 20.00
You have pieced your quilt top, basted, and then quilted it. To finish it, all you need is the binding! Learn to make and attach your binding to complete your quilts and other projects, such as placemats.

Cost: $ 20.00
This class is for anyone that can sew in a straight line and doesn't leave the house without a book. If you hate books getting damaged in transit, protect them in style and be the envy of your next book club meeting!

Cost: $ 30.00
Have fun making a 25" diameter braided rug by folding and ironing fabric strips and sewing them into a circle with the zig zag stitch on your machine. You can buy a pre-cut roll of 42 2- 1/2" strips or cut your own strips.

Cost: $ 40.00
Here is a playful way to add curves to your quilt. Circles of different sizes are cut, then layered with raw edges. Sew around, then slice them in quarters, rearrange, and enjoy the serendipity of your design!

Cost: $ 20.00
Do you have a piece of clothing that fits perfectly and you wish to duplicate it? Learn how to take a simple garment and transfer that design to tracing paper, add seam allowances and other details to ensure sewing success. Stephanie will demonstrate with tops and bottoms.

Cost: $ 25.00
Choose a favorite collection of 12 fat quarters, plus a coordinating background fabric. Cyndi will give you tips and lead you through rotary cutting and sewing this delightful 54" x 70" quilt top. Borders could be added to make it bigger.

Cost: $ 40.00
Do you agonize over fabric choices when planning to make a quilt? Learn the language of color, explore the color wheel, and play with fabric combinations.

Cost: $ 20.00
Freshen your style with a new apron! This reversible crisscross apron is made with just 2 yards of fabric. It is a fun project for even a confident beginning sewer. Make one for yourself, another for the person you love spending time in the kitchen with, and several more for gifts!

Cost: $ 30.00
Make a departure from traditional quilts, and exercise freedom and your own creativity by learning to sew and quilt curves. We will explore the techniques of two quilters: the late Ruth White, who taught classes at Quilters Corner, and Karen Eckmeier.

Cost: $ 40.00
Use precut charm packs to give you a wide variety of prints. After some basic piecing and quick rotary cutting, it will look like you have done very intricate piecing! You will be well on your way to completing blocks for a small quilt top or the start of a larger one.

Cost: $ 40.00
Dress up your shelves with a favorite fabric made into a storage basket! It is perfect for organizing sewing supplies, yarns, crafts or even toys. Leather handles give it a professional, designer look.

Cost: $ 30.00
A giraffe, elephant, owl, fox and more! Choose a fabric collage quilt pattern from Laura Heine, and Valerie will help you bring it to life! This is easy enough for a beginner.

Cost: $ 80.00
Greeting cards are fun, creative and a great way to use scraps and explore new stitches and techniques. Sally will supply embellishments, and give you lots of ideas.

Cost: $ 40.00
Become fearless about free-motion quilting on your domestic sewing machine. You will learn about basting, batting options, needle and thread choices, tension, and more.

Cost: $ 40.00
Release your creative spirit! Come explore free form hand embroidery with Sally. Learn basic stitches perfect for embellishing your clothing, quilts, throw pillows and more.

Cost: $ 30.00
Sewing French Roses is so easy and so much fun that we encourage beginners to try it. The edges are raw to "bloom" when washed. This works well in flannel, woven plaids, and prints.

Cost: $ 40.00
For quilters, the half-square triangle (HST) is one of the most versatile and commonly used shapes. The design possibilities are endless! This class will explore several different and easy methods to make HST's and Kristin will demonstrate some of the handy rulers that make squaring up a breeze.

Cost: $ 30.00
This bag is not just for groceries: it is great for knitting, books, or even an overnight bag. What a fun way to feature a favorite fabric! It is the perfect project for a confident beginner who knows how to use a sewing machine

Cost: $ 30.00
Use up some of those scraps, bust your stress and remember what it is like to play! Bring a theme fabric and lots of scraps or fat quarters and Cyndi will help you loosen up.

Cost: $ 40.00
Learn the basics of English Paper Piecing (EPP) and the delight of hand work. We will explore the many possibilities of using hexies: classic, modern, and trendy. You will create a flower hexie to turn into a trivet, expand into a placemat, or a larger piece. EPP is a perfect portable project.

Cost: $ 25.00
Do sharp points and exact corners elude you? Foundation paper piecing makes it easy to be extremely accurate even when sewing tiny pieces. You need only know how to sew on the straight lines of your foundation paper!

Cost: $ 25.00
So many quilt tops, so little time! Learn some basics about machine quilting that will make you more successful: proper needles, thread, batting, tools and machine features. Then you will practice some simple designs that are beginner-friendly - first with a walking foot and then free-motion - so you can finish your quilts with confidence.

Cost: $ 40.00
In this 4 day camp, students will sew a zippered pouch and a pillowcase. If time allows, they may make a third project. This is a great class for any one ages 8-11 that is new to sewing. Supply list given at time of enrollment.

Cost: $ 100.00
In this 4 day camp, students ages 8-11 will sew a starfish and a drawstring bag shaped like a whale. If time allows, they may make another project. No experience necessary. Machine required, but you may use one of ours.

Cost: $ 132.00
Kids age 10 and up: Learn a new hobby and life skill and make unique things for yourself and your friends! In this 3 part class you will learn to set up and run a sewing machine, how to iron, and use cutting tools. You?ll use your new skills to make a set of pillowcases and a tote bag.

Cost: $ 60.00
Make a pair of leggings for girls or ladies while you learn techniques for working with knits: cutting out, sewing seams, and topstitching for a professional look.

Cost: $ 45.00
In this class we will talk about various woven clothing fibers (silk, cotton, polyester, etc.). You will learn how fiber content and the type of weave affects a fabric's qualities, and what projects it is good for.

Cost: $ 30.00
Join Cyndi and a group of new friends to create a small quilt from start to finish. Learn tips and tricks for fast, safe and accurate cutting and piecing squares and triangles.

Cost: $ 150.00
Making Hexi potholders is fun and fast. They can liven up your kitchen or make great gifts. The heat resistant liner makes them practical. These "stash busters" use 2" strips in a modified log cabin technique, and the playful process is a "stress buster" too!

Cost: $ 30.00
This class is for those who would like to learn different methods of quilting "filler" designs. It is a free-motion class and students will be able to have hands-on experience on the stand-up longarm machine.

Cost: $ 20.00
Learn to create and stitch beautifully digitized embroidery designs in a hoop. All levels of embroiderers are encouraged, and all makes and models of machines are welcome.

Cost: $ 35.00
Are you stuck on a quilting or sewing project or do you not know how to get started? Would you like to finish something you began in another class? Dedicate some time to sew with other like-minded folks. Gather whatever you wish to work on and Cyndi will assist you.

Cost: $ 30.00
Step into summer with a new dress. Linda will help you navigate this beginner-friendly dress pattern featuring complete reversibility - you'll be making two dresses in one! It's practical, with two styles of pockets. The fit is easy, with no bodice darts. Wear it layered or not. We think you'll reach for this dress over and over, all summer long.

Cost: $ 55.00
Take a deep dive into the care and operation of your Pfaff Ambition or Expression sewing machine. Free with purchase of machine at QC, $125 for others.

Cost: $ FREE
Are you unhappy with the fit of your pants and skirts? Stephanie will cover adjustments for tall or petite height, full/flat seat adjustment, thin/full thighs and length. Adjusting patterns for your unique body will give you confidence to sew your own clothing.

Cost: $ 36.00
Capture a beloved pet in fabric and thread. Students will send a photo to Louise a week before class so she can create a custom pattern. She will walk you through layout, fabric choice, placement, and thread painting.

Cost: $ 110.00
Do you have leftover orphan blocks? Here is a great way to use them, while making a project bag that will help you organize your "projects half done" (PHD). Choose a block 9" square or smaller or a focus fabric of your choice, and come have fun!

Cost: $ 40.00
For those with basic quilt making skills who want to take their piecing up a notch, join Cyndi monthly as she leads you through cutting and piecing harder blocks: diamonds and y-seams, curves, odd shapes and more.

Cost: $ 25.00
The Poolside Tote is a generously sized all-purpose tote. It has an exterior zipper pocket and a slip pocket option, and a handy key loop. It is a fun bag to feature your favorite fabrics! This is a great class for an intermediate sewer.

Cost: $ 40.00
Sew Kind of Wonderful created unique rulers which will give you great success with curved piecing. Choose the Quick Curve Ruler or Mini Quick Curve and one of the many corresponding patterns, and Linda will lead you through the steps to measure, cut, and sew the curve, then trim to square up your block.

Cost: $ 30.00
This class takes you beyond Edith's Beginning Serger class, and is designed for those who can thread their serger and generally understand how it works. We will cover rolled hem, differential feed, and zipper insertion, depending on your machine's capabilities.

Cost: $ 35.00
With its many dividers and zippered compartments, the Sew Together Bag is the ultimate organizer and carrier for sewing notions, toiletries, or crafting supplies. Have fun choosing favorite fabrics, and Sharon will help you create your unique version.

Cost: $ 50.00
Learn to sew panties, using the Bunzies Pattern (sizes XS-4XL). You will learn lots of skills for sewing with knits, such as basics for cutting, sewing seams, assembling bands and topstitching.

Cost: $ 43.00
Here is a great opportunity to make progress, with Linda's help, on a project you have begun in one of her classes: Sewing School, Quick Curve Ruler, Westalee rulers, machine embroidery, and more. She is also happy to assist with patterns to sew clothing. Don't let your UFOs (unfinished objects) pile up!

Cost: $ 30.00
Stephanie will help with your specific questions relating to her class projects, and general questions about pattern adjusting, fitting or changing size of patterns.

Cost: $ 30.00
Do you have a One Block Wonder or a French Roses quilt in progress? Do you need help with a fabric collage quilt? Gather your tools, your project and instructions, dedicate this time to work on it and Valerie will help you finish up.

Cost: $ 40.00
Let your creativity soar! Using Emily Taylor's book Take Flight, students will create beautiful textile collage birds. Valerie has many tips to share that will help you succeed.

Cost: $ 40.00
Perfect for summer, you can make a Tea Party Dress for babies through teens. Gail made our sample in rayon for a light flowing drape. She will share tips to make your dress a success: best practices for working with rayon, deciphering the pattern, options for finishing seams.

Cost: $ 30.00
A handmade "rest" for tablets, e-books, cookbooks, and more is a great gift idea. You will want one too, when you discover how handy it is. Sharon will help you make the cover, then fill it with fiberfill and crushed walnut shells.

Cost: $ 20.00
Students ages 12 and up are welcome to join this 4 day sewing camp to learn to sew a reading pillow - a pillow with a pocket for a favorite book. Class size is kept small and no previous experience is necessary.

Cost: $ 100.00
Join Kristin for the fun and relaxation of hand stitching. This monthly series is designed to help you learn new embroidery stitches, and to offer dedicated time to practice the gentle art of embroidery. Each class will stand alone and feature one or two new stitches.

Cost: $ 20.00
Fill your quilt with flowers and birds, and you will enjoy the feeling of summer all year long! In the first session, we will make flowers following Tilda's pattern. For the second session, Cyndi has redrafted one of Tilda's birds to fit the size of the flowers.

Cost: $ 50.00
Students who have completed the sewing of the tuffet cover may join Krisitn to assemble the upholstered foundation.

Cost: $ 30.00
Everyone needs a tuffet, a one-of-a-kind piece of upholstered furniture for your own home or for a great gift. In this two-session workshop, you will sew a tuffet cover and build the upholstered foundation.

Cost: $ 100.00
Make a t-shirt and learn tips for sewing with knits: cutting out, stitching, neckbands, topstitching and hemming. Stephanie will break down sewing the V-neck step-by-step for more intermediate students. Those new to knits can sew a round neck t-shirt.

Cost: $ 60.00
Come quilt with friends! Beginning quilters will learn to cut and piece squares and half-square triangles, and all levels of sewists will enjoy combining favorite fun prints. Nine fat quarters will make a 48" x 64" large lap quilt, but you can always add borders or make more blocks to make it larger.

Cost: $ 40.00
The Wensleydale pattern from Jen Kingwell's book, Quilt Recipes, is blowing up all over social media. The single block design makes this an easy but endlessly interesting project and appeals especially to scrap lovers.

Cost: $ 20.00
Make this handy bowl-shaped pouch, perfect for stashing your wonder clips, coins, lip balm, and more. Learn to install a zipper and a lining. Entire project can be made with 1 fat quarter, but would be especially fun using cork fabric for the bottom.

Cost: $ 34.00
Choose from your stash, our kit, or all new fabrics! This quilt is beautiful with a coordinated or scrappy approach. The Wonder Curve Ruler by Sew Kind of Wonderful, and Linda's tips and guidance will make for easy cutting, piecing and squaring up of your curved pieces and blocks.

Cost: $ 30.00
Using the Babylock Coronet, Liz will cover the things you need to know to get started quilting on a stand-up longarm machine: loading the quilt sandwich, winding bobbins, correct tension, different threads and adjusting for them, beginning free-motion and setting up for ruler work.

Cost: $ 20.00
Learn a quick and easy hand quilting stitch that will add a sweet personal touch to your quilts. Cyndi will also teach you a hand embroidery stitch that will make binding your quilts lots of fun.

Cost: $ 20.00
You have pieced your quilt top, basted, and then quilted it. To finish it, all you need is the binding! Learn to make and attach your binding to complete your quilts and other projects, such as placemats.

Cost: $ 20.00
Here is a playful way to add curves to your quilt. Circles of different sizes are cut, then layered with raw edges. Sew around, then slice them in quarters, rearrange, and enjoy the serendipity of your design!

Cost: $ 20.00
Do you have a piece of clothing that fits perfectly and you wish to duplicate it? Learn how to take a simple garment and transfer that design to tracing paper, add seam allowances and other details to ensure sewing success. Stephanie will demonstrate with tops and bottoms.

Cost: $ 25.00
Choose a favorite collection of 12 fat quarters, plus a coordinating background fabric. Cyndi will give you tips and lead you through rotary cutting and sewing this delightful 54" x 70" quilt top. Borders could be added to make it bigger.

Cost: $ 40.00
Do you agonize over fabric choices when planning to make a quilt? Learn the language of color, explore the color wheel, and play with fabric combinations.

Cost: $ 20.00
This class is for anyone who is terrified of the "A" word but would love to learn applique. It's a foolproof preparation method that can then be stitched down by hand or machine.

Cost: $ 30.00
For quilters, the half-square triangle (HST) is one of the most versatile and commonly used shapes. The design possibilities are endless! This class will explore several different and easy methods to make HST's and Kristin will demonstrate some of the handy rulers that make squaring up a breeze.

Cost: $ 30.00
Use up some of those scraps, bust your stress and remember what it is like to play! Bring a theme fabric and lots of scraps or fat quarters and Cyndi will help you loosen up.

Cost: $ 40.00
Learn the basics of English Paper Piecing (EPP) and the delight of hand work. We will explore the many possibilities of using hexies: classic, modern, and trendy. You will create a flower hexie to turn into a trivet, expand into a placemat, or a larger piece. EPP is a perfect portable project.

Cost: $ 25.00
Do sharp points and exact corners elude you? Foundation paper piecing makes it easy to be extremely accurate even when sewing tiny pieces. You need only know how to sew on the straight lines of your foundation paper!

Cost: $ 25.00
So many quilt tops, so little time! Learn some basics about machine quilting that will make you more successful: proper needles, thread, batting, tools and machine features. Then you will practice some simple designs that are beginner-friendly - first with a walking foot and then free-motion - so you can finish your quilts with confidence.

Cost: $ 40.00
Make your own pair of girls or ladies leggings while you learn techniques for working with knits: cutting out, sewing seams, and topstitching for a professional look.

Cost: $ 45.00
In this class we will talk about various woven clothing fibers (silk, cotton, polyester, etc.). You will learn how fiber content and the type of weave affects a fabric's qualities, and what projects it is good for.

Cost: $ 30.00
Join Cyndi and a group of new friends to create a small quilt from start to finish. Learn tips and tricks for fast, safe and accurate cutting and piecing squares and triangles.

Cost: $ 150.00
Making Hexi potholders is fun and fast. They can liven up your kitchen or make great gifts. The heat resistant liner makes them practical. These "stash busters" use 2" strips in a modified log cabin technique, and the playful process is a "stress buster" too!

Cost: $ 30.00
Learn to create and stitch beautifully digitized embroidery designs in a hoop. All levels of embroiderers are encouraged, and all makes and models of machines are welcome.

Cost: $ 35.00
Are you stuck on a quilting or sewing project or do you not know how to get started? Would you like to finish something you began in another class? Dedicate some time to sew with other like-minded folks. Gather whatever you wish to work on and Cyndi will assist you.

Cost: $ 30.00
Step into summer with a new dress. Linda will help you navigate this beginner-friendly dress pattern featuring complete reversibility - you'll be making two dresses in one! It's practical, with two styles of pockets. The fit is easy, with no bodice darts. Wear it layered or not. We think you'll reach for this dress over and over, all summer long.

Cost: $ 55.00
Take a deep dive into the care and operation of your Pfaff Ambition or Expression sewing machine. Free with purchase of machine at QC, $125 for others.

Cost: $ FREE
Are you unhappy with the fit of your pants and skirts? Stephanie will cover adjustments for tall or petite height, full/flat seat adjustment, thin/full thighs and length. Adjusting patterns for your unique body will give you confidence to sew your own clothing.

Cost: $ 36.00
For those with basic quilt making skills who want to take their piecing up a notch, join Cyndi once a month as she leads you through cutting and piecing harder blocks: diamonds and y-seams, curves, odd shapes and more.

Cost: $ 25.00
Sew Kind of Wonderful created unique rulers which will give you great success with curved piecing. Choose the Quick Curve Ruler or Mini Quick Curve Ruler and one of the many corresponding patterns, and Linda will lead you through the steps to measure, cut, and sew the curve, then trim to square up your block.

Cost: $ 30.00
Learn to sew panties, using the Bunzies Pattern (sizes XS-4XL). You will learn lots of skills for sewing with knits, such as basics for cutting, sewing seams, assembling bands and topstitching.

Cost: $ 43.00
Here is a great opportunity to make progress, with Linda's help, on a project you have begun in one of her classes: Sewing School, Quick Curve Ruler, Westalee rulers, machine embroidery, and more. She is also happy to assist with patterns to sew clothing. Don't let your UFOs (unfinished objects) pile up!

Cost: $ 30.00
Stephanie will help with your specific questions relating to her class projects, and general questions about about pattern adjusting, fitting or changing size of patterns.

Cost: $ 30.00
Join Kristin for the fun and relaxation of hand stitching. This monthly series is designed to help you learn new embroidery stitches, and to offer dedicated time to practice the gentle art of embroidery. Each class will stand alone and feature one or two new stitches.

Cost: $ 20.00
Fill your quilt with flowers and birds, and you will enjoy the feeling of summer all year long! In the first session, we will make flowers following Tilda's pattern. For the second session, Cyndi has redrafted one of Tilda's birds to fit the size of the flowers.

Cost: $ 50.00
Make a t-shirt and learn tips for sewing with knits: cutting out, stitching, neckbands, topstitching and hemming. Stephanie will break down sewing the V-neck step-by-step for more intermediate students. Those new to knits can sew a round neck t-shirt.

Cost: $ 60.00
The Wensleydale pattern from Jen Kingwell's book, Quilt Recipes, is blowing up all over social media. The single block design makes this an easy but endlessly interesting project and appeals especially to scrap lovers.

Cost: $ 20.00
Make this handy bowl-shaped pouch, perfect for stashing your wonder clips, coins, lip balm, and more. Learn to install a zipper and a lining. Entire project can be made with 1 fat quarter, but would be especially fun using cork fabric for the bottom.

Cost: $ 34.00
Choose from your stash, our kit, or all new fabrics! This quilt is beautiful with a coordinated or scrappy approach. The Wonder Curve Ruler by Sew Kind of Wonderful, and Linda's tips and guidance will make for easy cutting, piecing and squaring up of your curved pieces and blocks.

Cost: $ 30.00