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.