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Thursday, July 20, 2017
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
A 2X

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form.  Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper patte VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Mary Kerr
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 7X, B23
English Paper Piecing is given new life when we recreate designs from a 1940's vintage quilt. Learn the basic techniques while creating this unique variation of a mosaic block – one that inspired the name of the class. Find inspiration in the traditions of yesteryear, and enjoy the peaceful VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 8X, B24
Intimidated? Fear not! The serger is your friend! It’s the perfect companion for your sewing machine, as it always makes you look like a professional (even if you’re not). Knowing your serger, what it can do and how to do it, will take your sewing to a whole new level. Learn how a serger VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cindy Losekamp
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 9X, B25
We’re just like our grandmothers…we love to make quilt tops, but the quilting…not so much. Many of us own wonderful embroidery machines and we love to piece and embroider. But quilting our projects? Well, Cindy says “yes, of course!” Discover just how it all works VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cyndi Souder
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A10X, B26
Learn all about free motion quilting without fear or intimidation, and discover how simple and fun free motion quilting can be. It’s easy! (Cyndi’s serious; you can do this!) Cover basic free motion filler patterns including meander, loop-de-loop, and vines. Discuss personal filler patte VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A11X, B27

Join us for machine embroidery and electronic cutting fun, as you design and make your own garden flag (or door hanger). Experience all the creative benefits the newest technology can deliver as you move through the process with Alicia’s guidance. Learn to create your floral applique desi VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Karen Benke
Thursday 7/20/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
A12X

Become a paper piecing prodigy in just 90 minutes when you get your hands busy! Sometimes confusing in the abstract, this is the perfect piecing method when you’re after the sharpest, most accurate points you’ve ever imagined, regardless of angle or number. Discover the secrets and VIEW MORE...

Deb Canham
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 1
Love all those beautiful, tempting threads? Guess what? You can use them – all those luscious, heavier decorative threads -- on your serger! See where, why and how-to in this comprehensive presentation. Explore various stitches and projects in which they’ve been used as you gather us VIEW MORE...
Louise Cutting
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 3
With 5 pant styles in her pattern line, Louise provides many options from which to choose. Discover how to make the various designs fit your own shape and size, from the updated One Seam® Pants pattern, to the latest slim leg style. See how, by using Louise’s easy chart for hip circumfer VIEW MORE...
Connie Palmer
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 4
Making a nice pillow is easy. Making a decorator pillow, with wonderful details, is also easy. The same applies to garments and other sewing projects. It’s the added detail, often overlooked because we really don’t know how to do them, which makes them especially treasured. Learn to VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 5

Just like a fashion show, with clothes we really wear! No matter what your size, you'll enjoy sewing and wearing clothes copied from television shows. Learn to make pattern changes to improve your overall look, like Kathy's hide-your-belly top; to pick fabrics which make you appear your slimme VIEW MORE...

Connie Spurlock
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 6
Ever hear the phrase..."easy as A, B, C"? Well fusible applique is in that category...anyone can do it. Learn about the versatility of patterns, choosing the right fusible, tracing your pattern pieces and getting the maximum out of the applique pressing sheet. Learn the trick to perfect satin stit VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cynthia Guffey
Thursday 7/20/17
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
A13, B29
Fitting Your Hanger: A Fitting Course
The majority of fitting issues that are encountered in the upper body (jackets, blouses, bodices) originate in the shoulders and upper back: your body’s “hanger”. Once fitted correctly, many wrinkles and unsightly folds disappear,
 VIEW MORE...
John Deer
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B17

This class is all about the fun techniques you can create with embroidery. Explore the steps involved in creating a host of different in-the-hoop effects: appliqué, reverse appliqué and cutwork, fringe embroidery, 3D embroidery, embroidery with Mylar, free-standing lace and much, m VIEW MORE...

Pattie Otto
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B18

While spending her first summer in a sub-tropical zone, Pattie adopted gauze as a wardrobe staple. Learn to sew with this light-weight, airy fabric to make skirts, tops and dresse VIEW MORE...

Rae Cumbie
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
B19X

Knit garments are essential to any modern wardrobe, but how do you get started… and how do you finish? Explore the range of construction techniques for seams, necklines, sleeves and hems. As Rae demonstrates, she provides the where/how/why for each. Get a feel for several different type VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B20

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B21
Sewing and fitting technologies have made major advancements since the ‘good old days’, and it’s time for you to update your own fitting methods, too. As Lorraine shares some of the older methods and their unintended consequences, she’ll help you understand the benefits of t VIEW MORE...
Heather Kojan
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B22
Start by talking about the math behind all the squares, rectangles, triangles and wedges. Follow that with an introduction to a simple way to dip your toes into a bit of improv quilting. Finish up with a discussion about Fibonacci - a 12th century mathematician who should have been a quilter! VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Thursday 7/20/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
B28X
Seams are not just the basic structure holding a garment together. They can also make a decorative statement, either bold or subtle. Discover a series of seams: Barb's short-cut method for Hong Kong seams for a decorative touch to either the inside or outside of your project; twin needle effects VIEW MORE...
Pattie Otto
Thursday 7/20/17
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C36X
Elastic waistbands, the ultimate in comfort for skirts, pants and shorts can be sewn with professional results every time. This class will show fool proof tips for both insertion and hidden applications that eliminates bulk. Pattie will discuss the appropriate elastic types, show you how to measure, VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 7/20/17
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C38X

Today’s electronic cutting machines are not just for cardstock and other lightweight or thin materials! See just how far you can go as you make a lacey key fob using KraftTex and cotton webbing, then create an adorable companion gift box using corrugated paper and heavy cardstock.

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Hands on Workshop
Mary Kerr
Thursday 7/20/17
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C43X
Perfect points and matched corners can be yours! Whether you’re just starting to piece or want to take your confidence and precision up a notch, you’ll learn not only the basics, but have a chance to test your wings and perfect your technique. You’ll use your new skills to make t VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Kathy McMakin
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C33
When sewists talk about sergers do you feel like you need a translator? Upper loopers…lower loopers… chain loopers…differential feed…five needles….WHAT??? You have got to be kidding! Kathy will start at the VERY BEGINNING, explaining the ins and outs of sergers an VIEW MORE...
Connie Spurlock
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C34

After 40 years of sewing, we have figured out more than a few shortcuts and helpful methods for making things easier and faster. Discover invaluable techniques as Connie shares her best-loved tricks for finishing your projects. You’ll take that last stitch sooner, and have more fun along VIEW MORE...

Sandy Miller
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C35

Like so many of us, you’ve probably gone on vacation with a heavy suitcase but upon arrival didn’t have the outfits you really needed. Regardless of the weight (or not) of your suitcase, be sure you have comfortable, coordinated, versatile and attractive looks. Through years of trav VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C37

If you find pattern directions confusing and aren’t happy with your results, here’s a chance to turn it all around. Learn the proper order for easy construction as Kathy shares her original techniques to turn out a successful garment the first time around, even for beginners. Learn VIEW MORE...

Nancy Sapin
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C39

Water soluble stabilizers can be useful in so many different ways! Explore a variety of applications, including free-motion quilting, 3-D applique, machine embroidery, paper piecing, making designer scarves and much, much more. Learn the "ins and outs" of proper storage, printing on a stabilize VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Deb Canham
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
C40, D56, E72

Learn to use a serger, discover why it’s such an asset in your sewing room and create a wonderful kimono robe in the process. Using a gorgeous, contemporary print from Kaffe Fasset, you’ll explore the proper seam sequence and pick up a collection of helpful tips to use with all your VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C41, D57XY
Make this stunning modern quilt using the Quick Curve Ruler. Easy curves, precise trimming and clever fabric placement make this one of the most popular quilt patterns on the market. Now’s the time to make one yourself! 

Bring your own fabric; see supply list for details VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C42, D58XY
Experience easy ways to achieve a collection of wonderful fine sewing details – the very techniques that elevate a garment and make it truly special. Classically romantic, your hands-on experiences will include decorative bias on sleeves and neck edges, pin stitching, puffing, piping, placket VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Connie Farland
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C44, D60XY

Lemoyne Stars are traditional blocks with a reputation for being impossible to make well. And in the past, they were. But with Studio 180’s Rapid Fire tool and techniques, these blocks can now be produced in 10 different sizes ranging from 3” to 12”, using strip piecing constru VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cyndi Souder
Thursday 7/20/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C45, D61XY
You see these Shiva Paintstiks everywhere, but how do you use them?  This introductory workshop will focuses on two basic ways to apply these Paintstiks to fabric: by rubbing on fabric over texture plates and by using a stencil and a brush.  You'll leave class with a sample of each techniq VIEW MORE...
John Deer
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D49
A happy embroidery machine purrs like a kitten when you feed it a good design, so why does it sometimes growl like an angry dog? John explores the differences between designs, and helps define what makes a design good or bad. Discover how to quickly identify any possible problems and determine if VIEW MORE...
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D50

Learn about tools and notions used in all types of pattern work, and how to use them for better, faster and more accurate results. These are the same tools found in the toolboxes of fashion professionals – they help you to move swiftly and surely through all your pattern work. Whether you& VIEW MORE...

Cynthia Guffey
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D51
Darts can be the starting point for creating a new look or they can be the saving grace for fitting curves. Or both! This single fitting instrument is actually also a versatile, shape-shifting design opportunity, offering creative options and asking only for accuracy in return. Learn to stitch and VIEW MORE...
Rae Cumbie
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D52
Artful clothing goes everywhere, so why not stitch up your own original masterpieces? Explore ideas for surface design techniques that will help you envision and create your own unique wearable art style. Fabric collage, painting, stenciling and quilting will all be considered during this trunk show VIEW MORE...
Lorraine Henry
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D53

The key element in achieving a good fit is working from a proper set of measurements, particularly if you are sewing for yourself. Surprisingly, there are actually many more critical measurements than the four listed on most pattern envelopes. Discover how to separate your back from your front VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
D54XY

Discover the secrets to cutting quilting cottons on an electronic cutter as you make these adorable fabric flowers. Fun to use in so many ways, these flowers require no digital cutting or hand sewing experience – it’s that easy! Imagine the things you’ll be able to make!

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Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
D55, E71
Luscious ribbons of all sizes and colors are folded and stitched in a variety of ways that transform them into beautiful flowers, buds and leaves. Kathy introduces these simple techniques along with how to hold your hands and fingers while twisting, flipping, rotating, or folding the ribbons. Lear VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Mary Kerr
Thursday 7/20/17
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
D59XY
Do you love the look of a half-square border but worry about your points being ‘eaten’? Create two different sizes of Half-Square borders as you start with the basics, test your wings and practice to perfect your technique. Mary’s tips and shared inspiration add to the fun, and y VIEW MORE...
Karen Benke
Thursday 7/20/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E65

Explore how even a single inspiration – an orphan block, a treasured piece of fabric, a photo or another quilt – can become a series of quilts you’ve designed yourself. From the creative mind of Karen Benke comes a robust discussion of favorite techniques, a variety of useful t VIEW MORE...

Barb Callahan
Thursday 7/20/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E66

How many ideas can you absorb in just one hour? See easy, fast and versatile embellishments appropriate for a wide range of projects – garments, accessories like totes and hats, quilts, home décor items and more. Explore applique on fabrics including linen, fleece and wool, dimensi VIEW MORE...

Cynthia Guffey
Thursday 7/20/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E67
Eliminate uncomfortable fit and unsightly drag lines as you increase movement in a jacket or blouse by stitching a properly fitted armhole. Learn to diagnose armhole issues and how to make necessary changes to your pattern which affect neither the look of the cap nor the comfortable fit of the sleev VIEW MORE...
Kaye Koler
Thursday 7/20/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E68
Your friends are talking about them…..you’ve seen these quilts online, on Facebook, on Instagram and Pinterest....are you still wavering? These hypnotic, graphically intricate quilts fascinate us all, whether they’re multi-colored and bright or calmly monochromatic….but ar VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 7/20/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E69
You’ll love how easy it is to "body fit" your fabric and sew with knits – even if you’ve sewn knits many times before! Discussion includes dresses and workout/leisure wear, with focus on pattern sizing, how to handle different stretch factors, plus marking, cutting, needle choice, VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
John Deer
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F86X, G102

Yes, you read the title correctly! This is a hands-on digitizing workshop geared not only to those who are considering digitizing, but also to those who have been digitizing for years. The class is all about the initial foundation of theory John learned from his Schiffli mentor more than 33 yea VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F87X, G103

Discover why draping is the secret to truly fit the body, and develop basic draping and patternmaking skills with hands on experience. Create a draped bodice (back and front), using a standard dress form, then turn the resulting muslin into a pattern using garment industry techniques. The resul VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Chris Dolinar
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F88X, G104
Over the years we’ve moved from hand-piecing as the standard to machine piecing, and now … serger piecing! Discover the benefits of using the serger as you create a traditional block. Begin by learning how to use the serger and what makes the stitch, trimming seams as you sew with perf VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Vickie Clontz
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F89X, G105

Create a beautiful log-cabin style placemat using your choice of pre-cut kits. Real time-savers, pre-cuts help us get right to the sewing machine and start making things! Piece your mat log cabin-style as you take a fresh look at how to coordinate fabrics with different prints, scale and value VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Karen Benke
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F90X, G106
Learn to construct three of the quilt world’s most loved motifs: the four patch block, half-square triangle block and flying geese. You’ll assemble them to make a table topper -- with borders and binding too! Complete your project by the end of class; the basic techniques you’ll VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F91X, G107

This is the perfect bag for carrying your knitting or hand sewing projects, and you’ll complete your first one in class. A wonderful canvas for using favorite fabrics and prints to best advantage, its easy construction and unique closure will make it your go-to bag for your own toting need VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Spurlock
Thursday 7/20/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F92X, G108

The 10 degree ruler is an amazing tool -- and you don't have to be a quilter to take advantage of its benefits! Learn how to easily make table runners, placemats, Christmas tree skirts and quilted centerpieces in a very short time, plus quick, fun and easy to make quilt borders. Class will inc VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cynthia Guffey
Thursday 7/20/17
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
F93, G109
Fitting Your Hanger: A Fitting Course
The majority of fitting issues that are encountered in the upper body (jackets, blouses, bodices) originate in the shoulders and upper back: your body’s “hanger”. Once fitted correctly, many wrinkles and unsightly folds disappear,
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Friday, July 21, 2017
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Hands on Workshop
Kathy Ruddy
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H118X, J134
Learn a series of new techniques which enable you to sew clothes just like the ones you already own and love. In this longer-form interactive demonstration, you'll discuss favorite garments of fellow students (maybe yours!), identify the reasons they're so well liked, then decide what to copy and h VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Lorraine Henry
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H119X, J135
Learn the skills that will enable you to become a better sewer and fitter. No more discarding newly made clothes because of poor fit! Learn from a master "sergeant" the essential elements of pattern alteration including necessary amounts of ease, the three different methods of alterations, how to co VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H120X, J136
Do you love that vintage look but think you don’t have enough sewing time to complete something so intricate? Well, think again! Heirloom details completed on your serger are fast, fun and easy. Never done heirloom before? Absolutely no worries! Kathy will introduce you to the world of heirl VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Vickie Clontz
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H121X, J137

Create a flattering, easy-to-wear vest quickly and simply … with pre-cuts. The softly draped, one-size-fits-most vest created from quilting cottons is a great wardrobe option, and goes together so quickly, you won't want to stop at just one! Explore a variety of embellishments and the fu VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H122X, J138
Get hands-on experience with beautiful details as you learn to create pleated ruffles, rickrack "look alike", double scallops and more in this valuable workshop. You’ll create a notebook of samples to go with your how-to instructions, so you can refer to it over and over again. These versati VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
H123X

Learn the tips and tricks for embroidering the latest in decorative fabrics – cork! Create an in-the-hoop needle case that showcases a decorative spine created from embroidered cork fabric. As a bonus, you will see how easy it is to cut thicker materials using the Brother ScanNCut2.

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Hands on Workshop
Mary Kerr
Friday 7/21/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
H124X
Make a Bowtie block without the thought of Y seams causing you to break out in hives! Learn the essential techniques, starting from the basics, then test your wings as you perfect the technique. Mary’s quilts are awesome, and she’ll share tips and much inspiration along the way. Your VIEW MORE...
John Deer
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H113
Being an artist or computer geek is not a prerequisite for digitizing. All you need is a bit of time and the right teacher! Digitizing software may have changed over the years but the theory and properties of stitch types has remained constant. By starting with a simple foundation anyone can learn a VIEW MORE...
Cindy Losekamp
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H114
Adding a little sparkle to your garments is so much fun to do. Admit it…we’re all drawn to things that shine! See many new and exciting ways to add a little or a lot of glitz to your world. Find out what’s new in the embroidery world…how to use Mylar®, cool glittere VIEW MORE...
Louise Cutting
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H115

Do you wonder if you’re making the correct adjustments to your pattern for better fit? Or wonder if you’ve been successful on one pattern, if it’ll translate to another, or to another pattern brand? Why not work with great patterns that fit…so you don’t have to r VIEW MORE...

Deb Canham
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H116
Explore just how much your serger can do for you, and how creative you can become … way beyond finishing ordinary seams! See a collection of fun projects you can make, including how-to tips and all the best methods for serger success. Trunk show includes garments, gifts, home décor i VIEW MORE...
Karen Benke
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H117
Explore and become more confident about using a variety of finishing ideas for your quilts. Discussion follows an extensive handout with photos of techniques, including: unique binding applications, prairie points, scalloped borders, flanges and piping ideas. These applications will take your quilt VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cynthia Guffey
Friday 7/21/17
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
H125, J141
Fitting Your Hanger: A Fitting Course
The majority of fitting issues that are encountered in the upper body (jackets, blouses, bodices) originate in the shoulders and upper back: your body’s “hanger”. Once fitted correctly, many wrinkles and unsightly folds disappear,
 VIEW MORE...
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
J129X

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a form instead of on your own body. Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the pape VIEW MORE...

Rae Cumbie
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J130
Women's bodies come in all shapes and sizes. Using a fitting grid drawn on a pant mock-up, learn to tweak the back and crotch curves to fit real figures. See how to keep the grainline straight as you shape the silhouette, drape in the darts and choose a waist finish, and finally, how to transfer t VIEW MORE...
Pattie Otto
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
J131X
Racks are filled with them, as are your closets and drawers. Knits are everywhere, so why aren’t you sewing with them? A little hesitant? Palms a bit sweaty? Admit it. You're secretly terrified of sewing with knits. Put all your fears to rest during this fun and confidence-building class fill VIEW MORE...
Heather Kojan
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J132

Do you have a love/hate relationship with half square triangles? Love them for their versatility, hate them because they're a bit persnickety? Learn to hate them a little less and love them even more as you explore a dozen different ways to make these alluring building blocks, discussing when i VIEW MORE...

Connie Spurlock
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J133

There are soooo many possibilities available to complete a successful one-of-a-kind jacket from a sweatshirt. Some of your choices are critical, others are options. But all result in unique, comfortable and artful jackets. See ideas that will make your process to a completed jacket both fun an VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
J139X

If you like to create with applique, you’ll want to see how much easier an electronic cutter will make the entire process. Create baby’s softest burp cloth, adorned with a spray of applique hearts as you learn all of the tips and tricks for successfully pre-cutting your applique shape VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Friday 7/21/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
J140X
Experiment with both decorative and utilitarian buttonholes as you use and expand upon ones pre-programmed into the machine. Explore corded and bound buttonholes, and see, easy, sturdy and decorative ways to create buttonholes on fleece. Finally, use decorative threads and stitches to enhance VIEW MORE...
Mary Kerr
Friday 7/21/17
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
K150X

When we find ourselves with just a few blocks or even some singles, what can we do with them? Explore a fascinating series of innovative ways to set antique and new blocks when you look at them as creative opportunity. Review and discuss a trunk show of innovative sets in antique and contempora VIEW MORE...

Sandy Miller
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K145

Our first thought always seems to be about the outside appearance of our garments. We may not consider the interior until we’ve sewn the first seam and automatically turn to the serger for fini VIEW MORE...

Cindy Losekamp
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K146

Dimension is so unexpected in embroidery. We’re used to the traditional flat appearance. Well not any longer! Cindy has taken embroidery to the next level…again! In this class you will see samples including wall quilts, garments and items for your home, all embellished with her new a VIEW MORE...

Cynthia Guffey
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K147
Look at and discuss a wide range of pockets, including sewn-on patch pockets with no topstitching and patch pockets with topstitching; side inset pockets (the ones that show up in the side seams of your pants and skirts) and side angle pockets, including directions for how to adjust the pattern to VIEW MORE...
Connie Spurlock
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K148
Because the steps are the opposite of what you traditionally do in sewing, some feel like they can’t conquer paper piecing. That’s simply a myth! Easy steps and a little instruction allow anyone to experience not only paper piecing success, but paper piecing joy! Skeptics welcome (and yo VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K149

All serger owners and prospective serger owners will love this class! Explore how the serger operates from the inside out as you learn how width is used to improve stitches, how to create a perfect balanced-tension control strip to test your stitches for each new fabric and thread you use, a seq VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Cyndi Souder
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K151, L167XY
Print your own fabric and create your own designs! Working with woodblocks and fabric paint, learn how to get clean impressions, how to plan overall patterns and how to create focus quilt blocks with single impressions. This trending technique (the woodblocks are wonderful to look at even before yo VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Chris Dolinar
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K152, L168XY
With a choice of piecing methods in your creative toolbox, you’ll find the perfect one for every project. Experience piecing on your serger, as you easily, swiftly and successfully create a tote you’ll use over and over again. Begin by understanding how to create the perfect stitch on VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Soni Grint
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K153, L169XY
Oh, the joys of knits! We love to wear them, surround our babies in them…. and yet the very properties we adore can create questions when it comes to embroidering on them. Find answers as you discuss different knits and their embroidery personalities, from tee-shirts to baby blankets and be VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kaye Koler
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K154, L170XY

Get those tee shirts out of the box and into a quilt -- the fast way! Using your pre-cut 2 or 3 inch fabric strips and a collection of memory-filled tee shirts, create your unique quilt top in very little time. Best part: little or no math needed! Complete several blocks to complete the first VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K155, L171XY
Learn a variety of different techniques to create your own unique modern log cabin quilt blocks. The blocks are improvised, working with guidelines used to achieve certain looks. The log cabin block is one of the most versatile of all quilt blocks, allowing the creator to fool the eye, direct the e VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kimberly Flannagan
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K156, L172XY

The Galaxy quilt is the result of a beautiful alternating block design using two types of blocks: one with Star A and one with Star B. Because of the color placement and the different angles in the triangles, the interesting interlocking circles appear and the second star block (B) disappears i VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 7/21/17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K157, L173XY

Did you know that most geometric smocking designs are made up of just four basic stitches, configured in different ways? The age-old technique of hand-stitching on pleated fabric is appreciated by all, and can be used in so many ways! Smocking is found not only on vintage garments, but is showi VIEW MORE...

Deb Canham
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L161
Love all those beautiful, tempting threads? Guess what? You can use them – all those luscious, heavier decorative threads -- on your serger! See where, why and how-to in this comprehensive presentation. Explore various stitches and projects in which they’ve been used as you gather us VIEW MORE...
Connie Palmer
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L162

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as VIEW MORE...

Rae Cumbie
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L163

If you want to sew jeans, you must master the details that make them iconic. Discover exactly how to professionally execute the most important details: jean pockets, seams, a fly front jean zipper and more, as Rae shares her favorite tips and stress-free methods. Learn about the critical techn VIEW MORE...

Pattie Otto
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L164

Creating elegant household linens and memorable garments using this uniquely shaped needle is easy. With her extensive collection of wing needle samples, including both garments and home déc VIEW MORE...

Barb Callahan
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L165

As a pallet for creativity, bags, purses, clutches and totes offer tons of potential. Barb’s latest collection incorporates a new group of closures, construction techniques and embellishments. She’s gone wild with embellishments, too, truth be told! Explore using unusual upcycled el VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 7/21/17
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
L166XY

Learn to use a grading ruler to change up or change down an existing pattern. Knowing how to grade a pattern allows you to achieve correct size for all parts of the body, regardless of what size your pattern is. You can adapt a single pattern for multiple sizes (think bridal party), use patterns VIEW MORE...

John Deer
Friday 7/21/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M177
We all know it’s important to love what you do… so why not make money doing it? It’s simple… the more money you make… the more toys you can buy! This class will cover all the basics: choosing the right machine, setting up shop, where to buy and what to sell, how muc VIEW MORE...
Alicia Welcher
Friday 7/21/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M178
For years we’ve created Australian Windowpanes by sewing machine, and today we take another step forward. See just how easy it is to create the same beautiful organza windowpanes on an embroidery machine! Once you learn this technique, you may never want to go back to the old way again, but VIEW MORE...
Cynthia Guffey
Friday 7/21/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M179
We all see triangles, circles and squares on our pattern pieces. What’s the difference? How important are they? Learn your way around these printed matchpoints and discover how they’ll help streamline your sewing. Then …. learn about the matchpoints you don’t see, which a VIEW MORE...
Mary Kerr
Friday 7/21/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M180
Many questions arise when we consider finishing our vintage textiles. Can we machine quilt them, what do we need to think about, will we destroy the value, will the quilt police come and haunt us…? Explore those questions and more in a lively and engaging trunk show that focuses on the pros VIEW MORE...
Lorraine Henry
Friday 7/21/17
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M181
As sewists we are clothing architects, and use many of the same tools as building architects. We have blueprints (patterns) and guidelines that if followed, will give us better results in the finished structure. Learn the order and relationship between measurements that will provide the best fit for VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cindy Losekamp
Friday 7/21/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N201X, P217
Join us for an evening of sheer pleasure while creating something beautiful. We’ll be starting with a plain sweatshirt, then use a collection of wonderful embellishment techniques to complete it. With black as your base and one of Cindy’s gorgeous kits to add the color, use fresh and si VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cyndi Souder
Friday 7/21/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N202X, P218
She’s learned a few things over the years (we won’t say how many), and Cyndi is happy to share! Learn and practice her 3 simple and effective ways to mark your free motion quilting designs before you quilt them. Especially appropriate for those of us who seek more control in our free-mot VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kimberly Flannagan
Friday 7/21/17
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N203X, P219

Can you believe it is possible to make a Hunter Star without cutting diamonds? And without any Y seams? Instead, how about using strip piecing? Learn how to do just that as you sew strips to make your diamonds in slightly oversized blocks, then trim to the perfect size. This method and nearly VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Friday 7/21/17
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
N204XX
Adapt folding ideas from the Japanese art of Origami to making a bag. Create yours using two different quilting cottons and two gathered fabric flowers, each embellished with one of Barb’s vintage buttons. The finished bag features a single main compartment and several outside pockets. Your VIEW MORE...
 
Saturday, July 22, 2017
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Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Cindy Losekamp
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q225X
Grandma used her hands to crochet tiny, perfect rows of beautiful edgings…if you love the look, now’s your chance to learn how to make them using today’s machines! This wonderful how-to class explores and defines how to create sweet crocheted edges using your machine’s dec VIEW MORE...
Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q226X

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form.  Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper patte VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q229X
Explore a series of techniques which enable you to sew clothes just like the ones you already own and love to wear. Learn Kathy's steps for copying sleeves, darts, seams and gathers, for a whole new wardrobe -- inspired by already favorite looks. You’ll discover how to add facings, seam allo VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q230X

This card is so cute, you just might not want to give it away! Experience how easy it is to use an electronic cutter to cut cardstock and fabric while making this one-of-a-kind card. Create no-sew fabric crazy patch to fill the frame on the front of the card and top it all off with an intricate VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Deb Canham
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q232X, R248

If you love leggings (especially the soft ones from the brand that starts with “L”), why not learn to make them for yourself? They’re fun, fast and easy to make…on a serger! In the process, you’ll discover why sergers are the perfect machine for sewing knits, lear VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q233X, R249
“Little French Bonnet” is loved the world over and is possibly our most well attended class at Martha Pullen. This sweet bonnet is the perfect project for those who have never done any heirloom sewing, those who need a refresher course or those who want a handmade, precious baby gift. T VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q234X, R250

Ready to try something new? Something fun? Ready to dip your toes in a bit of improv? A bit of wonky? Even if you've never tried improv before (especially if you've never tried it before) this class is right for you! Make a variety of different improv/wonky blocks - each of which could be a sta VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Karen Benke
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q235X, R251
Explore the many ways to bind your quilts and other projects as you create a series of samples in class. Discussion includes when to use straight grain vs bias binding and how to cut both with ease and accuracy; adding miters at all angles; creating two-color binding, adding flanges, piping and fa VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Saturday 7/22/17
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q236X

Learn how Barb tames stretchy knits when she doesn’t have her serger handy! See everything from cutting your pattern pieces out to piecing them together on the sewing machine. Experience the proper needles, feet and stitches as you learn to sew seams, hems, necklines and armholes. Leave VIEW MORE...

Connie Spurlock
Saturday 7/22/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q227

Did you know that you could be making and selling items that are actually putting you "in the hole"? Just because you have brought in money does not mean that you are making a profit. Learn what you need to know, assess what your profit is, see where you can cut costs and know your market. Where VIEW MORE...

Louise Cutting
Saturday 7/22/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q228

Updating your wardrobe is as easy as updating your sewing practices! If you’ve been using the same sewing skills over and over, you’ve likely received the same results -- a homemade looking garment. Instead, see what’s being done in designers’ showrooms, so you’ve VIEW MORE...

Kaye Koler
Saturday 7/22/17
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q231
Explore the joys and challenges miniature quilts hold with an award-winning maker. Discuss how to choose appropriate patterns, learn which are likely to be more challenging than others, how to "mini" a full-size block and more. Learn about helpful tools and Kaye's best tips for construction of the VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Cynthia Guffey
Saturday 7/22/17
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Q237, R253
Geoffrey Beene said (more or less) “I’m going to stitch this beautifully by machine, no matter how much hand-basting I have to do to get there!” Explore a collection of Cynthia’s most-used stitches, and discover their hidden charms and valuable benefits in this hands-on exper VIEW MORE...
John Deer
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R241
Regardless of the machine brand you own, the end results should always be the same… beautiful stitches creating soft embroidery! Getting consistent results begins with a firm grasp of the basics. Explore hooping basics, choosing the right stabilizer, selecting appropriate needles and thread, VIEW MORE...
Connie Palmer
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R242

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as VIEW MORE...

Cyndi Souder
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R243

Celebrate your loved ones and your own memories with quilts! Explore the process of creating meaningful quilts, right from the beginning … an idea, a piece of memorabilia or an occasion might be your starting point. As Cyndi shares her collection of practical and artistic tips, including VIEW MORE...

Pattie Otto
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R244

While spending her first summer in a sub-tropical zone, Pattie adopted gauze as a wardrobe staple. Learn to sew with this light-weight, airy fabric to make skirts, tops and dresse VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R245
Go beyond measurements and get to the heart of pant fitting. The shape and angle of the crotch curve make huge differences in the fit. Some butts are flat, some are curvy and each requires its own cut. Learn to make and use a template of your shape to help determine the changes needed on your pa VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
R246X

Learn to take the next creative steps with a digital cutter as you identify the best materials for creating stencils for painting, glass etching and more. Get tips on how to cut and use each of these materials as you create decorative glass votive holders.

 

 

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Nancy Sapin
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R247
See clothesline projects galore.......explore Nancy's journey from creating wrapped clothesline bowls and hats, to designing square-center based trivets, coasters, purses, boxes and much, much more. Don't miss this awesome trunk show as Nancy explains her secrets and how different Sulky products so VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Saturday 7/22/17
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
R252X

Explore how much sewing help you can get from just two different machine accessory feet! You’ll experience techniques to make your sewing faster and easier, with a more professional finished result. Sometimes you’ll go beyond the original intention, using a foot designed for one thin VIEW MORE...

Rae Cumbie
Saturday 7/22/17
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
S257X

Knit garments are essential to any modern wardrobe, but how do you get started… and how do you finish? Explore the range of construction techniques for seams, necklines, sleeves and hems. As Rae demonstrates, she provides the where/how/why for each. Get a feel for several different type VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Cindy Losekamp
Saturday 7/22/17
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
S269X
Bring a shirt, bring a jacket, bring some jeans…or bring them all and hot fix crystallize them to the moon! We’ll be using templates that allow you to create crystal appliqués and iron on sparkling designs all at once. No more adding one crystal at a time! You’ll receive VIEW MORE...
Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S258

Discussion will focus on an exploration of the four basic, natural fiber fabrics: cottons, wools, linens and silks; touch on manufactured fabrics such as polyesters, nylons, and spandex; and include commentary about ‘smart’ fibers and cotton blends. Armed with swatch cards for futur VIEW MORE...

Connie Spurlock
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S259
Because the steps are the opposite of what you traditionally do in sewing, some feel like they can’t conquer paper piecing. That’s simply a myth! Easy steps and a little instruction allow anyone to experience not only paper piecing success, but paper piecing joy! Skeptics welcome (and yo VIEW MORE...
Sandy Miller
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S260

Like so many of us, you’ve probably gone on vacation with a heavy suitcase but upon arrival didn’t have the outfits you really needed. Regardless of the weight (or not) of your suitcase, be sure you have comfortable, coordinated, versatile and attractive looks. Through years of trav VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S261
Three styles of waist finishes, three kinds of pockets and two zippers? Kathy gives you all these options and more, using a single pants pattern as her base. See how to make your own tummy tuck jeans or yoga pants, using her ready-to-wear sewing secrets to save time and give you great results. You VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Barb Callahan
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
S262, T278

Barb has combined three techniques in this wonderfully creative project: needle felting, crazy quilting and simple embroidery. During class you’ll have fun with the art of needle felting to begin. Follow that with learning the hand-embroidery stitch that delivers dimensional pop as you c VIEW MORE...

Kaye Koler
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S263
Do you have a box filled with tee shirts that hold fond memories and you just can't part with them? Discover how to use them for a memorable, unique and fun quilt that really makes a statement. It's easier than you think with this fast strip piecing method! Really! VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S264, T280X
Intimidated? Fear not! The serger is your friend! It’s the perfect companion for your sewing machine, as it always makes you look like a professional (even if you’re not). Knowing your serger, what it can do and how to do it, will take your sewing to a whole new level. Learn how a serger VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Soni Grint
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S265, T281X
Get a solid machine embroidery foundation in a class designed to take you through the basics of in-the-hoop embroidery and prepare you for more advanced techniques. Learn the essential keys to all successful embroidery, from stabilizers and hooping techniques to needles and threads, and discover how VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S266, T282X
If you missed your chance last year to enjoy sewing with the softest of fabrics (Cuddle) and having more fun than you can imagine while doing so, here’s the newest incarnation of Connie’s blanket workshop. Make a baby-sized blanket in class – a perfect gift any time of year &ndash VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Heather Kojan
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S267, T283X

Ready to learn to sew curves? We'll do it the easy way with the Quick Curve Ruler. Gentle curves and over-sized piecing makes for a stunning quilt that’s easy to put together. Final trimming yields precise sizes, and keeps your construction stress-free and fast. Bring you VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Cyndi Souder
Saturday 7/22/17
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S268, T284X
Machine quilt without fear or intimidation! Just leave the feed dogs up and let the sewing machine determine stitch length. It’s easy!  Class will cover basic machine quilting in straight lines, quilting parallel lines, stitching in the ditch, quilting with decorative machine stitches and VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
John Deer
Saturday 7/22/17
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T273
Not everyone wants to learn how to digitize their own designs, but most embroiderers do utilize software to modify the designs they already own. This class will show you how to organize your design library as well as simple design modification techniques, including facts about resizing designs, how VIEW MORE...
Cynthia Guffey
Saturday 7/22/17
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T275
Nothing speaks of quality more than beautiful topstitching detail on a garment. Whether you choose a simple single line of stitching for subtle control and a bit of an accent, or make a dramatic statement with as many as 10 parallel rows of topstitching, there is a formula for achieving a look you&r VIEW MORE...
Pattie Otto
Saturday 7/22/17
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
T276X
Elastic waistbands, the ultimate in comfort for skirts, pants and shorts can be sewn with professional results every time. This class will show fool proof tips for both insertion and hidden applications that eliminates bulk. Pattie will discuss the appropriate elastic types, show you how to measure, VIEW MORE...
Lorraine Henry
Saturday 7/22/17
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T277

Need a trip to the pattern alteration doctor? Learn for yourself some of the "healing arts" and eliminate that sense of panic that you feel with a new pattern and no idea where to start. You know which parts are in need of attention … could be the back, could be the front, could be arms VIEW MORE...

Nancy Sapin
Saturday 7/22/17
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T279

Water soluble stabilizers can be useful in so many different ways! Explore a variety of applications, including free-motion quilting, 3-D applique, machine embroidery, paper piecing, making designer scarves and much, much more. Learn the "ins and outs" of proper storage, printing on a stabilize VIEW MORE...

General Admission
$8.00
Shopping Bag
$5.00
Lapel Pin
$5.00
Project Pouch
$7.00


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