Current Classes

Diva Frame Wallet

The Diva Frame Wallet is my new favorite accessory! So easy to make you'll want one to match every bag you have! And just wait until your friends see it - they'll want one too. Inside each Diva Frame wallet is a zippered coin pocket, 2 open pockets for cash & receipts and 6 individual card pockets. This is the full size wallet using the 7.5 inch frame. You can also choose to make the Mini Diva wallet! This one measure 4.5 inches wide, uses 2 fat eighths (or scraps). It has 4 card pockets, an inside zippered pocket and a zippered pocket on the outside! You will be able to finish either one of these in class! Confident beginner

$16 plus Supplies
Wednesday, November 29 - 6 to 9 pm
Leanna Stauffer
Featherweight Maintenance

Do you have a featherweight that needs cleaning and/or a "tune-up"? This is the class for you! You will learn basic maintenance and some tips and tricks to keeping your featherweight in tip-top shape and sewing for many more years! No need to pay someone else to do it for you. You will need to have a featherweight that is in working order. (If its not, call me @ 801-548-0824). I will also have some accessories and other cool tools and items to use with your machine for sale during class.

$25 plus Supplies
Friday, October 27 - 10:00 am to 3:00 pm OR Saturday December 2 - 10 am to 3 pm
Leanna Stauffer
Fun with Amy Bradley - Campers

This will be the final class of the "Campers" blocks by Amy Bradley.

$15 per class (includes kit)
Friday, December 8 - 1 to 4 pm
Josephine Keasler
Judy Niemeyer HELP Class

This class is for people that have already started a Judy Niemeyer pattern and need additional help. For people that have never take a Judy Niemeyer class, we require that you take one of the Judy Niemeyer's beginners class that we will offer throughout the year. Class size is limited, so registration is required.

$10 per Session
Friday, November 17 – 1 to 4 pm, Wednesday, December 20 – 5 to 8 pm
Josephine Keasler
Lil' Bits

Just a fun easy class where you can finish your project in just 1 ½ hours! Each month we will have a different mini-project. Make one or make many to give away as gifts. Beginner

$15 per class (includes kit)
Wednesday, September 13 – 10 am to 1 pm or 6 to 9 pm Wednesday, October 4 – 10 am to 1 pm or 6 to 9 pm Wednesday, December 6 – 10 am to 1 pm or 6 to 9 pm
Amber Cox
Quilter's Patch

This is a continuation of an ongoing class.

Sept. 29, Oct. 27, Nov. 17, Dec. 29, Jan. 26 & Feb 23 - 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Josephine Keasler
Silk Ribbon Embroidery

Ready to take your embroidery to the next level? Come learn the stitches and techniques to make countless of silk ribbon embroidery designs. We will cover supplies, stitches and helpful hints/tricks to make your journey with silk ribbon easier. While knowledge of basic embroidery stitches will really help it is not required. Beginner 5-part class

$75 (includes kit) + supplies
Saturday, Oct. 14, Dec. 9, Jan. 13, Feb. 3 – 9 to 11 am
Sandra Visser
Sister's States Block of the Month

This year we will be making state blocks for the mid-eastern United States.Purchase your first block for $10. Come the next month, to your assigned class with your block finished and get your next kit FREE! We supply the background and focus fabric and you supply your own accent fabrics.

$10 +
3rd Thursday OR the Saturday following*
Julie Kaleikini
Sit & Stitch

Do you ever want to just have a relaxing night out with friends to finish your hand projects? Come join us for a night out and see all the fun projects that everyone is working on. The past year most have been working on The Salem Witches Quilt Guild by Crabapple Hill. Any handwork is allowed. Crochet, knitting, embroidery, you choose. THOUGH, no sewing machines allowed! A Mystery drawing will be held each month and a light dinner is served.

$5 per class (plus your own project)
Saturdays - September 16, October 21, November 11 & December 9 - 3:00 to 7:00 pm
Linda O'Brien (and entire class)

Tatting has been the favorite form of fancy work since the 16th Century, and possesses endless possibilities of adaptation. The shuttles used at that time were exquisitely made in ivory, gold and silver, and one may see in museums the beautiful and costly inlaid shuttles. The term Tatting is derived from an Indian word "Tattie, " which means to make tight or taut, — a sort of half knotted work done with different sized shuttles and many kinds of thread. The French call it "Frivolité " from its delicate and lacy appearance. In the present day simple designs are combined with novelty braids, laces and hand embroidery, also the tatted flowers or flower shaped medallions are used in place of the solid embroidery, thus giving to these modern designs an artistic effect almost equal to the fragile and beautiful ones of the 16th Century.

Saturday, Oct. 1 - 3 to 5 pm, Nov. 11 - 10 am to Noon, December 16 - 3 to 5 pm
Eva Rushton
Vintage Rose

This is the continuation of an ongoing class.

Thursdays - October 3, November 14, December 5, January 9 & February 6 - 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Josephine Keasler