Sunday Marathons: 10:00am-4:00pm, $25.00
September 9, October 7, November 3 (Saturday), November 11, December 2
The Marathon gives you the opportunity to sew for six hours with help as needed. Yes, it is a workshop but it is also a social gathering with other quilters. Answer this email, call 508-668-0145 or come in to register. We will reserve spaces for the first twelve who pay in advance.
Just Do It
Karen Whiting – 10:00am-1:00pm
Venera Emmi – 6:00pm-9:00pm
Bring your project or idea to this class and receive instruction from a very experienced quilter. both instructors will take you to the next level no matter where you are now. They are equally adept with beginners and quilters of every experience level. They can recommend a project to match your skill level or help you finish a UFO. Use their expertise in fabric selection as it pertains to color, pattern and texture.
Beginner/Continuing Machine Piecing
Margie Murphy and Margaret Ransom – 9:30am-12:30pm or 6:00pm-9:00pm
This class serves the absolute beginner by featuring cutting accuracy with the rotary cutter, precision machine piecing and basic quilt construction. A five-week session moves through blocks, rows, borders and basic finishing techniques. Many continue to the next step and stay with the class for guidance in more complex projects. The Four Patch sample is an ideal starting place and insures success for a new quilter.
Just Do It
Peg McGowan – 10:00am-1:00pm or 6:00pm-9:00pm
Peg can guide anyone through any quilt or project. Her class allows for the ultimate individuality. Peg specializes in creating practical projects as well as quilts. She has a repertoire of bags and totes on hand and often features great holiday decoration and gift items. In addition, Peg finds unique patterns which always become popular in her classes beyond.
Beginner/Continuing Quilting Class
Peg McGowan 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Karen Whiting – 6:00pm-9:00pm
Karen quilts with a fine attention to detail. Her professional background and knowledge insure that she will present information about quilting techniques in a step by step fashion. She is an excellent instructor for new students and has a wealth of knowledge for the more advanced student. Karen enjoys experimenting with new rulers and new techniques.
Class Enrollment is Limited
We strongly suggest registering early to ensure that the class you want will be offered and to reserve your place in it. We will require payment in full for all classes at registration. Class time is not always adequate for the completion of the project. Homework may be necessary and/or required. Class materials must be purchased prior to the first class unless specified by the teacher. Students receive a 10% discount on all class materials, exclusive of other discounts. If you are required to bring a sewing machine to class, please be sure it is in good working condition. Be familiar with its basic operations. Don’t forget your foot pedal and instruction book!
If you must cancel your class, you must notify us at least 10 days before the class is to begin to receive a store credit. Unfortunately, fees cannot be returned for cancellations made with fewer than 10 days notice.