A Gathering Place for Quilters
This is a fun versatile tote that can be used three ways. You can use it completely open with the straps at the top when you need a larger bag. At the top there is a drawstring that is optional to use as a duffle bag. Fold the top part down into the bag and attach the straps to make a sleeker smaller bag. There is an inside pocket and small optional zipper pocket on the outside. This bag is fun to make. Intermediate Beginners and above welcome!

Cost: $ 40.00
Do you want to learn beginning quilting the easy way? You'll discover a wealth of quilting tips, including quilting terms and supplies, rotary cutting, seam allowances, how to choose fabric and prints and understand fabric grain. At the end of two sessions you will have pieced your first quilt top and learn about finishing your quilt.

Cost: $ 50.00
Join the “Slow Stitch” movement in quilting and learn Sahiko, Japanese folk embroidery, which uses a basic running stitch to create an intricate patterned background. Although it looks difficult it is very easy to master and is very and meditative and relaxing. Who wouldn’t want to create fabulous geometric patterns using a simple running stitch?! Seriously, the results are wonderful!

Cost: $ 25.00
This project is a great way to use up leftover fabric scraps. It makes a beautiful, decorative basket that’s also useful. Create your shape and go!

Cost: $ 25.00
Drop this in a corner in any room to tidy up and complement your décor. Or, it’s a great grab-n-go container to take to a class or retreat. Fun & easy to make!

Cost: $ 25.00
Designed by Judy and Bradley Niemeyer, this is the first pattern in a new line of Leaf inspired designs that include Judy’s latest paper piecing technique, involving curved-line paper piecing. How do you trim a quarter-inch seam without an Add-A-Quarter Ruler, and with perfection every time? Well, this pattern teaches you how! Certified Judy Neimeyer instructor, Kathi Carter Sweet will be teaching this class.

Cost: $ 125.00
Piccadilly Square-Linda Ballard I love this quilt and all the different looks you can get just by the fabrics you use! This is a fat quarter friendly quilt, each block a different fabric. This has very easy piecing, you’ll be amazed at how quickly it goes. So get out all those fat quarter bundles you’ve been buying …. It’s time to use them!

Cost: $ 65.00
Perfect for everyday use and this bag also works well for traveling. An I-pad and a small knitting project fit inside it quite nicely, even with everyday purse contents. The original bag uses pre-made handles (which I purchased at my local quilt shop) but there are also instructions in the pattern for making your own. Have I mentioned that it's a great way to use up scraps? The more, the better!

Cost: $ 40.00
Need help with a project? Want to learn to quilt? Puzzled by directions for a dress? Need some hand quilting or piecing help? Just want to sew in a comfortable and congenial atmosphere? Join our experienced teacher every Tuesday night from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. Pat has been quilting for over 20 years and has been sewing garments and home decoration for even longer. You must call ahead to reserve a space.

Cost: $ 10.00
This Big Quilt Bag has a hidden surprise! It has an ironing board that fits right in the bottom of the bag. This pattern includes instruction for making both the big bag that is perfect for carrying a bed-sized quilt to and from your guild meeting and the optional ironing board. Or maybe you need something large to carry all of your supplies to a class or retreat? No matter where you're off too, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it!

Cost: $ 25.00