Classes and Upcoming Events
Club Meeting is every first Monday of the month at the Staunton VFW at 10am. where we get together as a group to show off our projects. There is a project, tip and technique and of course our fabulous sew in tell. Next meeting is June 3rd. There will be no Club Meeting during the month of July.
We are currently working on our class events. We will have pictures and dates finalized by the 2nd week of June. Here is what we have in the works.
Mystery Quilt Starting August Club Meeting
Panel Quilt taught by Kay. Learn how to piece a quilt top around a panel.
Twister taught by Kay. Learn how to use the Twister ruler and how to make a unique border with it.
Wool bag taught by Cindy. Learn how to embellish a cute wool bag. Kits available
Cork Tote taught by Cindy. Learn how to sew and make a tote with the new cork fabrics. Kits available
Boho Purse taught by Cindy. Learn how to use the new Jelly Roll Sasher Tool to make this cute purse.
Sew Steady/ Ruler Bag taught by Linda. Make this quilted large bag with unique pocket for carry your sew steady/ ruler and cutting mat.
Needle Punch taught by Tamara, Sat. July 27th Kits available (your choice from or prepackaged kits)
Luminosity Sat August 10th. Paper Piecing by Jacqueline deJonge Be Colorful Quilts taught by Tamara. Kits and patterns available
Beginner Machine Applique Sat Sept. 7th taught by Tamara. Learn the art of machine applique. Kits available (towel, fabric and pattern)
Tara Block of the Month By Windham Fabrics Starts in Sept.
I do not require that you must buy your supplies at my shop in order to take any of the classes, I love the fact that you can use whatever makes you happy and use up those wonderful scraps! You can borrow rulers from friends...etc...I only ask that you purchase your pattern that is being used and it does not have to be with me. Quilting is so fun, no need to stress over these little things!
Please remember not to wear perfumes or colognes to Classes or Club Meetings for those of us who are allergic
Keep on Stitch'n, Tamara