Make-It Take-It Projects
 
Make-It Take-It projects are a great way to learn new things at the Expo. They’re quick little projects that put your hands on a new technique or product in an informal, fun atmosphere. Look for the samples on display at the Expo, along with signs directing you to participating Exhibitors’ booths.
 
 
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Needlecase
Early Times Workshop
With fabric a bit of glue, cardboard, felt, wonderclips and an antique singer featherweight 221, assemble your very own needlecase so that needles are always ready for hand stitching. 
Cost: $5.00      Time: on-going
 
 
Victorian Elegance Tote
Sew Artfully Yours
You will learn to dye lace and silk screen…all in one short mini class. First you will silkscreen a beautiful image onto your tote and then while that is drying, you will see just how easy it is to hand dye lace. Make it for a gift or treat yourself and keep it to take to class…it’s the perfect size for all your sewing goodies.
Cost: $9.00                Time: sign up at booth
 
  Quick Zip Bag
Clermont Sewing and Quilting
Great small project for gifts and taking supplies to class. It can even be made in a variety of sizes.
Cost: $5.00                          Time: check at booth  
 
 
Full Circle Bookmark
Country Stitchin
Try making this cool bookmark. It's fast and easy. This neat technique can be used on numerous projects from garments to quilts. Jazz up a bag or pillow!
Cost: $3.00                          Time: on-going
 

A Woven Bracelet
Barb Originals
Some delicious yarn  woven on Barb's new peg loom will be an eye catcher where ever you go. Top it off with some great vintage buttons.
Cost:$6.00               Time: sign up at booth
 
Crochet A Coaster
Some Art Fabric
Can't Make it to the rug class, but want to know of a great way to use up all of your older fabric? Stop by and make a crocheted coaster!
Cost: $5.00            Time: sign-up at booth
 
  Snowman Tea-Towel
Sew Wonderful Dreams
In a holiday mood, or just love snowmen? Come learn applique techniques as you assemble this lovely snow-man on a tea towel! 
Cost: $5.00            Time: sign-up at booth
 
 

Unique Quilt Labels
TSC Designs
Using Tsukineko ink and stencils, learn techniques to make quilt labels that not only enhance your quilt, but document its history. 
Cost: $3.00             Time: 11:30, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30

 
  Label Your Project with StoryPatchers
Fabric Creations
Make a video label using StoryPatchers and a smartphone. 
Cost: $4.00 Time: 12:00, 2:00, 4:00
  Bead Knitted Bracelet
Karen's Quilt Shop
Create a bracelet using beads, yard and the French Knitter.
Cost: $5.00 Time: on-going
  Birdhouse Tea Towel
Fabric Cafe
Springtime birdhouse appliqued with chenille by the inch. 
Cost: $6.99 Time: check at booth
 

Quilt Sewing Earrings
Art Classics
The customer picks two sewing or quilt charms! Earring wires and backs included!
Cost: $5.00            Time: on-going

 
  ScanNCut
The Sewing Studio/ Fabric Superstore
See it. Scan it. Cut it with the new Brother ScanNCut. Come by and test the new revolution in cutting while making it a greeting card.
Cost: none  Time: on-going
  Little Scraps
Sew and Quilt Shop
Clever little sack to carry cell phone, camera or other essentials. A handy add-on for any purse, golf bag, etc.
Cost: $6.00 Time: on-going
 
  Sparkle A Fluttery Scarf with Swarovski®
Sue's Sparklers
This is back by special request of attendees!
Ladies say, "Oh, I'll make it for so-and-so!" and then when they're done, they say,"Or not!" and swish they put it on. It's amazing to watch them pick out the scarf that coordinates with their outfit!
Cost: $10.00 Time: on-going