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September 2019 Classes

Beginning Hand Embroidery

Level: Beginner
Instructors: Toni Owens
Friday, September 20, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Cost: $10
#106358      Click here to enroll     Click here for Supply List

Would you like to learn the art of Hand Embroidery? In this beginning class we will start with the basic stitches; back stitch, running stitch, chain/lazy daisy, French knots and the fern stitch. A pattern will be provided with this class.


Fussy Cutting Workshop

Level: Beginner
Instructor: Kathy Spivey
Saturday, September 21, 11:30am – 1:30pm
Cost $5
#106824       Click here to enroll     Click here for Supply List

Fussy cutting is very popular right now. We will go over a variety of techniques for fussy cutting your fabric for use in piecing, applique, and especially English Paper Piecing (EPP). We will cover what fabrics work best for fussy cutting and will practice creating a simple EPP sample that you can take home. This would be an excellent class to take if you are planning on taking any of our EPP classes (such as Lucy Boston or Brimfield Meadows & Blooming Star). Fussy cutting will take your blocks to a whole new level.

Note: Fabric and template kit must be purchased from the instructor at the time of the class for $5 (this is in addition to the cost of the class).


Lucy Boston

Level: Beginner
Instructor: Toni Owens
Saturday, September 21, 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Cost $10
#106362     Click here to enroll      Click here for Supply List

Lucy Boston was a British novelist who also loved to make quilts. Her most famous quilt pattern is Patchwork of the Crosses. With the resurgence of English Paper Piecing in popularity, this quilt pattern and others using the original cross block, now known simply as Lucy Boston, are showing up at shows and on many quilters’ bucket list. In fact, a Lucy Boston won best of show at the COQG Quilt Show this summer.

In this class, you will learn how to create templates, create EPP pieces, and sew them together using the shapes necessary to create the Lucy Boston block, while also becoming familiar with the various designs that use this very versatile block.


Geranium Dress

Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Edwards
2-part class
Mondays, September 23 & 30, 1:00pm – 4:30pm
Cost $25
#106359     Click here to enroll

Have you ever wanted to learn to sew a little dress for your daughter, granddaughter, niece? This beautiful dress is perfect for a beginner wanting to gift a precious little one with something handmade. Start now and the dress will be ready for spring and Easter. In the first class, you will learn to read a pattern, fit the pattern to the size you need, and cut out the garment. In the second class, you will sew the garment together and learn about how to do the basic finishing touches and embellishing.


Collage Quilting

Level: All
Instructor: Jill Banta
Thursday, September 26, 9:30am – 5:00pm
Cost $45
#107063     Click here to enroll

Jill will help you get started on the collage of your choice or help you to finish one you have started. Come learn some tips and Jill’s favorite techniques, including fusible applique. We have many Laura Heine collage patterns to choose from if you are starting one from scratch.


Beginning Quiltmaking

Level: Beginner
Instructor: Toni Owens
3-part class
Saturdays, September 28, October 12 & November 2,  9:30am to 3:00pm
Cost: $65
#106047      Click here to enroll      Click here for Supply List

This is a 3-part class specializing in individual attention and hands-on training. In this class, you will learn the basics on how to straighten fabric, properly use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut strips to make your first quilt blocks, and how to master that ¼” seam used in quiltmaking. In addition, we will learn to make various fundamental quilt blocks often used in both traditional and modern quiltmaking. This class does not cover binding or quilting.

August 2019 Classes

Sashiko Embroidery

Beginner Level
Instructor: Toni Owens
Friday, August 30, 1:00pm – 4:00pm 

Sashiko is a style of Japanese Folk Embroidery. Come learn this classic form of embroidery and choose from several designs and thread colors.



Grandmother’s Flower Garden

Class Level: Beginner
Instructor: Toni Owens
Saturday, August 31, 1:00pm – 3:30pm

This is the first of three different English Paper Piecing Classes we will offer this Fall.  Come learn how to English Paper Piece and create your style of Grandmother’s Flower Garden.

Road to Oklahoma Shop Hop 2019

Begins June 1 through June 30, 2019!

Oklahoma Quiltworks is one of 25 participating shops.
Passports are now available at the shop or at OK Shop Hop.

Four Corners – our Shop Hop block for 2019  

The modern yet distinctly native-looking block was designed by Emilee Dube’.
Block kits will be available for purchase in the shop beginning June 1, 2019 for $6.99.  Pattern for the block is free.

Tatonka – our Shop Hop finishing kit for 2019


And TATONKA, our shop hop finishing quilt, is now hanging in the store!   Tatonka was designed and made by Emilee Dube’.  This quilt is 60″x49″ and is made from the specialty shop hop fabric for this year and our shop hop block, Four Corners.  
Kits are available in the store to purchase!  Price is $87.50 (includes pattern and fabric for the top & binding)


Our Shop Hop Giveaways

1.  All shop-hoppers will be registered to win a $25 gift certificate.
2.  Shop-hoppers spending $50 or more will be registered to win a Fat Quarter Bundle of the specialty shop hop fabrics, including an Indian Blanket panel!


3.  Spend $150 or more and you will be registered to win a Wool Pressing Mat, Flatter, and Flatter Soak along with this great little tool for holding your bottle of Flatter.

Mother’s Day Sale – All Week

Mother’s Day Celebration Week
May 6-11, 2019

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12, and in honor of
all moms and quilters, we are having a week long sale.

Monday, May 6 – Patterns
20% off

Tuesday, May 7 – Books
20% off

Wednesday, May 8 – Notions & Gifts
20% off

Thursday, May 9 – Precuts, Kits & Fat Quarters
20% off

Friday and Saturday, May 10 & 11 – Fabric on the Bolt
25% off
(1/2 yard minimum)

(Sale does not include Gift Cards, wool, sale fabric, block of the months and magazines)

Kids Kamp 2019 Summer Classes


We offer beginner kamps through advanced kamps.  Each child leaves with a finished project.

Registration begins April 15, 2019!
In person at the store.   

Download the Registration form and bring it with you at time of sign-up:

Kids Kamp Registration 2019 Form (pdf)

Kids Kamps

Must be at least 8 years old to take Kids Kamp. 

All Kids Kamp classes are Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Cost $60

Kamp 1 – June 3 – June 7   #266768
Kamp 2 – June 10 – June 14   #266770
Kamp 3 – June 24 – June 28   #266773
Kamp 4 – July 8 – July 12   #266858
Kamp 5 – July 15 – July 19   #266860
Kamp 6 – July 22 – July 26   #266862
Kamp 7 – July 29 – August 2   #266864

If your child wants to learn how to sew and you don’t have the time or knowledge, this class is for them!  We teach students the basic fundamentals of the sewing machine and how to sew a straight seam. (We use our sewing machines – please don’t bring yours).

Children choose their own fabric (front and backing) for this class. Fabrics for the front of the quilt will need to be purchased and cut before class. If you wish, a teacher will cut the fabric for you for a $5 fee. If we are cutting for you, we will need the fabric at least one week before class begins. If you do your own cutting, be sure you cut accurately for your kid’s success.

2nd Time Around Kamps

Must be at least 9 years old and have taken Kids Kamp to take 2nd Time Around.

All 2nd Time Around Classes are Monday – Thursday, 1:30pm – 4:30pm

2nd Time 1 – June 10 – June 13   #266771
2nd Time 2 – June 24 – June 27   #266774
2nd Time 3 – July 8 – July 11   #266859
2nd Time 4 – July 22 – July 25   #266863

Graduates of Kids Kamp will choose their own fabrics for this quilt and pillowcase. We will build on previously learned skills and aim toward an accurate ¼” seam allowance and rows that are the same length. They will also read a simple pattern to determine the order pieces are sewn together.

Kids choose their own fabric for this class (front and backing). Fabric for the front of the quilt will need to be purchased and cut before class. If you wish, a teacher will cut the fabric for you for a $5 fee. If we are cutting for you, we will need the fabric at least one week before class begins. If you do your own cutting, be sure you cut accurately for your kid’s success.

3rd Times a Charm Kamps

In order to take 3rd Time a Charm classes, a student must have successfully completed 2nd Time Around and have approval from the teachers.

Magic Pillow
Monday – Thursday, June 3 – June 6, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Cost $48

It’s a pillow – NO – it’s a quilt – NO – it’s a Magic Pillow Quilt! This project features an Ohio Star pillow that is attached to a quilt. When the quilt is folded and tucked inside, it transforms into a pillow. What fun to take to a sleep-over or on a trip.  Choose your own fabrics to make a stripy quilt and pillow for an item that is uniquely your own. In addition, we will make a cute quilted, zippered bag. What fun!

Modern Hand Embroidery
Monday – Wednesday, July 1 – July 3, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Cost $36

Hand Embroidery is coming back, and you will find many hours of enjoyment learning some basic stitches.  We will start with your initials and add some flair of your own.  Class does require a kit.  Finished project will be a small 8” pillow.


Gemstones Quilt
Monday – Friday, July 15 – July 19, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Cost $60

Have some fun making your own gemstone blocks using snowball corners. Some are solid and some are 4-patched to give two different looks to your blocks. Put together in a staggered set with some rectangles and you have a modern look that makes your gems shine.

Advanced Kids Kamp

These classes teach advanced sewing techniques. It’s very important that you have mastered the 3rd Times a Charm level before enrolling in these classes.  Students need approval from the teachers and must be 11 or older.

Beginning Hand Piecing
Monday – Friday, July 29 – August 2, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Cost $60

Hand piecing is a relaxing alternative to sewing by machine. It’s also portable, making it possible for you to sew anytime, anywhere. In this class we’ll cover the basics of piecing a quilt by hand. We’ll spend the first three days sewing by hand. If you wish you can continue at home, but it’s not required. On Thursday you’ll finish up your quilt top by machine and on Friday you’ll use the machine to quilt and bind your quilt. Please join us as we share this relaxing art!


Stonehenge 10th Anniversary Challenges

This year,  2019, is the 10th anniversary of Northcott’s Stonehenge fabric line; and to celebrate with the quilt shops and quilters that have made Stonehenge fabrics such a success, Northcott has some exciting events planned for 2019/2020.

Stonehenge Block Party Challenge

One of the events Northcott has organized is a Stonehenge Block Party that includes quilt shops all around the world.  Oklahoma Quiltworks is happy to announce we are participating in the Stonehenge Block Party!  And we would like to introduce our block, designed and made by Emilee Dube’.

This unique block pattern uses fabrics from the new Stonehenge Solstice and Stonehenge gradations collections.

The Stonehenge Block Party Challenge, if you choose to participate, is to create a quilt using at least 12 blocks in the quilt design.  You can purchase blocks from as many participating stores as you would like.  Then, submit a photo of your completed quilt to Northcott by September 30, 2019.  The Grand Prize winner will get a 9-day trip for two to England and a private tour of Stonehenge!  Second place prize is $1,000 USD and a Stonehenge fabric prize pack valued at $250.  Third place prize is $500 USD and a Stonehenge fabric prize pack valued at $100.

You can purchase the Oklahoma Quiltworks Block Kit, which includes pattern and fabric, for $10.50 from March 15, 2019 through September 30, 2019.

Stonehenge Solstice Panel Quilt Challenge

Oklahoma Quiltworks will be hosting a Stonehenge Solstice Panel Quilt Challenge in our shop. Participants are to purchase and use the Solstice panel in a creative way to make a quilt no larger than 60″ x 60″ for a contest at Oklahoma Quiltworks.  The winner will be chosen by the shop (rules are available at OKQW) and the winner will be awarded a Stonehenge Precut prize pack.  The deadline for submission of this panel quilt challenge is November 30, 2019.

You can purchase the Stonehenge Solstice Panel for $11.95 from March 15, 2019 through November 30, 2019.

Oklahoma Quiltworks Stonehenge Solstice Online Store

March 2019 Classes

Please note the following changes to our original March 2019 class schedule:

  • Added Beginning Hand Embroidery on March 15.
  • Moved Beginning Sewing & Smocking part 1 to March 18 (from March 11).
  • Moved Crazy Patch Santa to May.


Basic Quiltmaking 201 – On Point Table Runner
Level – Beginner II – pre-req Basic Quiltmaking
Instructor:  Toni Owens
3 Part Class

Saturday, March 2, 9 and 23, 12:30pm – 3:30pm

In this next step class, the focus is on three different blocks, the Ohio Star, the Sawtooth Star and the Dancing Bear – in an on-point setting.  Learn to calculate yardage for on-point quilts, preparing your project for quilting and simple straight-line quilting.

Decorate a T-Towel
Level:  Beginner II
Instructor:  Gigi McEver

Friday, March 8, 10:00am – 12:00pm

My favorite gift to make is a trimmed tea towel. It’s really quite easy and the recipients enjoy something practical and personalized. You’ll learn how to prep your towels and fabrics and get pointers on assembly. We’ll also brainstorm on ways to personalize your towels.

IMPORTANT: You will need to pre-wash your fabric and towel before class.

Artsy Bowlies

Class Level: Beginner II – Intermediate
Instructor: Kathy Spivey

Tuesday, March 12, 1:00pm – 4:30pm 

Bowlies are 3-dimensional and are as unique as they are functional.  With a piece of heavy interfacing, fabric scraps, and a sewing machine, you will create a wonderful artistic bowl to use for utility or decor.  The pattern provides for a variety of sizes, shapes and application styles.  We will be making an 8” diameter, 2½” tall bowl with a beautiful applique flower in the bottom. In addition, you will learn a little bit of everything including how to draw circle, sew darts, sewing on 3-dimensional objects, applique and simple binding.  Come enjoy and let your inner artist have some fun!



Beginning Hand Embroidery
Level – Beginner
Instructor:  Toni Owens

Friday, March 15, 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Would you like to learn the art of Hand Embroidery?  In this beginning class we will start with the basic stitches: back stitch, running stitch, chain / lazy daisy, French knots and the fern stitch.  A pattern will be provided with this class.

Beginning Sewing & Smocking
Level – Beginner
Instructor:  Mary Edwards
2 Part Class

Monday, March 18 and Monday April 8, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Learn smocking and French seaming as you sew a beautiful nightgown. You will learn basic machine and hand sewing in this class.  So…if you have wanted to learn to sew, this is the class for you!

Quilt Camp
Open to all Levels

Friday & Saturday, March 29 & 30, 9:30am – 9:30pm

WHAT IS A QUILT CAMP? If you have never attended, you may have no idea what we are talking about. It is designed to provide space to spread out for two days, without interruption from family members, household duties or anything else that gets in your way of productive sewing time. You may come with projects you need to complete or bring new projects you want to start. The only thing we don’t do at this camp is spend the night.

If you need help in certain areas or some advice to spur you on in the right direction, this is the place to be. You may simply want to be left alone to do your own thing and that is OK too. Lunch and dinner are provided Friday and Saturday.   Note:  The class room has been reserved on Thursday, March 28 and Thursday, May 30 so that campers can arrive early, set-up and sew all day if they choose.

February 2019 Classes

Note:  See complete class schedule under Oklahoma Quiltworks/Customer Information in the left hand menu on this blog.

Note:  See detour information for street construction on W Britton Road between May and Pennsylvania under Oklahoma Quiltworks/Detour Map in the left hand menu on this blog.

Paper Piecing Class
Level:  Beginner
Instructor:  Andrea Stallings
Saturday, February 2, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Cost:  $25

Have you heard the term “machine paper piecing” and wondered exactly what it was?  Have you seen those numbered patterns in books or magazines and wondered how to use them?  Have you seen the perfect quilt resulting from machine paper piecing and wondered if you could do that?  Then this class is for you!  This class will teach you how to paper piece and ensure that points are always perfect!


Beginner Hand Appliqué
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Dianne Lee
Thursday, February 7, 9:30am – 12:30pm
Cost: $35

Dianne Lee (Appliqué Addict) will share her love of this fine hand needlework technique. She will share how to select fabrics to create texture & eye-catching visual interest, and how to layer pieces to reduce bulk. In the class, you will learn how to make thin stems, smooth curves, sharp points, and circles and V’s. By the end of class, you will be looking for items to appliqué! This class is a great way to use up scraps and Charm Squares.


Bias Binding
Level:  Beginner II / Intermediate
Instructor:  Gigi McEver
Friday, February 8, 2019, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
Cost:  $20

Do you cringe at the thought of making a bias binding? Well, cringe no more. In this class you’ll learn how to make a “continuous” bias binding. It’s really quite simple. Bias bindings are perfect for curved edges and a bias stripe makes a dramatic finish to many quilts. You’ll make a “practice” binding out of a fat quarter. There should also be time to make the binding of your choice for your next quilting project. Hope to see you!


Hand Quilting Workshop – Come and Go
Level:  Beginner
Instructors:  Sandy Clapp and Gigi McEver
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Free demo

It seems we live in a hurry up, get it done world. Sometimes it is good to just sit back and enjoy the journey. Hand quilting is a time-honored skill that allows you to de-stress, go with the flow of the needle and create something of lasting beauty. Machine quilting is beautiful and has its place, but if you have wanted to give hand quilting a try, join Gigi and Sandy for a come and go, hands-on experience with hand quilting. We will have supplies for you to use to give hand quilting a try, will answer questions, and discuss techniques and supplies. Come when you can and stay as long as you want. You can also bring your own project and just join us for quilting and conversation.


Hand Embroidery II – Crazy Patch Blocks
Level:  Beginner II / Intermediate
Instructor:  Toni Owens
Friday, February 15, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Cost $20

In this next step hand embroidery class will focus on the ‘Crazy Patch Block” by learning these stitches; Blanket Stitch, Feather Stitch, Chevron, Drizzle Stitch and Bullion.


Mamma Llama
Level: Beginner II / Intermediate
Instructor:  Jill Banta
Thursday, February 28, 10:00am – 4:00pm
Cost $35

Who doesn’t love a llama, especially a ‘Mama Llama’.  This is a great class to get creative.  Go on the wild side and design a wall hanging for yourself or a friend with these adorable Mamma and Baby llamas.

January 2019 Classes

Note:  Beginning in January we will be closing at 6:30pm on Thursdays during the Winter Months.
We will resume our normal Thursday night hours starting in April. 

Basic Quiltmaking
Beginner Level
Instructor:  Toni Owens
This is a 3-part class
Saturday, January 12, 26 and February 9, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Cost $65

This class is designed for the person who knows nothing about quilting, yet also provides helpful hints and tips for those looking to improve their present skills. We start right at the beginning by looking at Fabrics, Color and Notions, then moving on to the correct usage of the rotary cutter, rulers and how to master that quarter-inch seam used in quilt making. You only need to know how to sew a straight stitch.  The class specializes in individual attention and hands on training.


Beginning Hand Embroidery
Level:  Beginner
Instructor:  Toni Owens
Friday, January 18, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Cost:  $10

Would you like to learn the art of Hand Embroidery?  In this beginning class we will start with the basic stitches; back stitch, running stitch, chain / lazy daisy, French knots and the fern stitch.  A Pattern will be provided with this class.


Beginning Hand Piecing
Level:  Beginner
Instructor:  Gigi McEver
Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 9:30am – 12:00pm
Cost:  $25

Before we had sewing machines, we just used a needle & thread. While I don’t plan to ditch my sewing machine, I do still love to hand piece. It’s quiet. It’s portable. It allows wandering thoughts. It encourages conversation. It’s so very relaxing. Come learn a few basics with the classic nine-patch block. You’ll learn how to piece straight seams and match points. Trust me, it’s much easier to match points using a needle & thread than it is with a sewing machine. Hope to see you!


Make and Take Week

Just in time for the gift-giving season, Oklahoma Quiltworks is offering a week of Make and Take classes. 

What is a Make and Take?  Make and Takes are DIY projects you will make at the shop and then take home as lovely gifts or home decorations. Choose a project or projects from the list below, show up at the shop on the specified date and time, and an instructor will guide you through making the project.  You can then take home a wonderfully homemade quilty-crafted goody to wrap and give to someone special (or keep for yourself).
Costs for kits will range from $5 – $25.

We will have sewing machines setup in the class room, so no need to bring your own; but be sure you bring general sewing supplies like thread, sewing needles, scissors, etc.

Monday, November 26, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Soup Bowl Cozy

Supply list:

  • 2 – 10″ squares of cotton fabric
  • 2 9-1/2″ squares of all cotton batting


Sandwich Wrap/Placemat


Supply list:

  • 2 fat quarters (pre-washed)
  • 18″ ribbon
  • 15″ Lazy Girl Vinyl


Monday, November 26, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Quilted Container – Small Quilted Bucket Trio

Supply list:

  • 1 fat quarter for outside
  • 1 fat quarter for inside
  • 1 fat quarter for cuffs
  • sewing thread and basic sewing kit
  • Kit (contains 1 fat quarter muslin for quilting and 18″x22″ batting)


Key Fob

Supply list:

  • Candy bag (15 oz)
  • Sewing thread and basic sewing kit
  • Kit (contains Key Fob Hardware, vinyl, cotton strapping and jeans needle)


Tuesday, November 27, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Cathedral Window Ornament


Supply list:

  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Thimble (if you use one)
  • Pins
  • Scissors
  • Kit (contains ribbon and button)


Yo-Yo Christmas Tree Ornament


Supply list:

  • Kit (contains fabric, beads, hanger, wooden star and tree base)


Tuesday, November 27, 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Quilted Star Ornament

Supply list:

  • Kit (contains fabric, ribbon, Styrofoam ball and applique pins)


Thursday, November 29, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Oven Mitten


Supply list:

  • 2 fat quarters
  • 1/2 yard InsulBrite


Thursday, November 29, 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Reversible Apron

Supply list:

  • Pattern
  • 7/8 yard of two fabrics
  • 1/3 yard of accent fabric (ties, band, neck strap)


Friday, November 30, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Mug Rug

Supply list:

  • 4 fat quarters
  • Kit


Friday, November 30, 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Applique Notebook


Supply list:

  • 2 fat quarters
  • Scissors, rotary cutter and ruler
  • Kit (contains 2 pcs wood @ 12″x9″, 1 fat quarter InsulBrite, cutting mat @ 8”x11”, felt @ 8″x11”, carpet tape and sand paper @ 8”x11”)