10 Reasons to Take a Class at In Stitches
Most obvious- to learn a new skill or technique. Taking a class with an expert teacher can explain to you in a way you can understand with individual attention. We all learn a little differently and a good instructor will be able to help you understand the concept.
Refresh or perfect a skill. If it’s been a while since you’ve quilted or you’re struggling with a tool or technique a class is a great way to get back in the saddle.
The devil is in the details. In class you may learn a new way to pin, get that perfect quarter inch seam or learn to spin your seams.
In class, you get to see the fabric combinations of all the other students. I’m always amazed by the different styles and colors chosen for projects.
Sometimes there is show and tell- an inspiration for future projects!
Make new friends, hang out with other quilters, share ideas and laugh!
Learn how to use those specialty rulers that are available to quilters now.
A quilter will only grow in their skills if they step out of their comfort zone and learn a new technique or pattern.
Learn a new hobby- wool applique is hot, hot, hot! If you want a hand stitching project, then a wool class is in your future.
When you are finished with your class, the sense of pride and accomplishment can’t be beat! A great springboard for future lessons.
Let the fun begin! We will walk you through, step by step, on how to make a mystery quilt. There will be a mini class when each step is revealed, teaching you how to do the parts of the quilt. By the end of September, you will have a finished quilt top!
Taught by Joanne Franklin
$25 sign up fee
Only requirement is that you must purchase your fabric at In Stitches.
Make a beautiful kaleidoscope quilt with the four patch design. Beginner friendly and you will be amazed by how many different blocks you can make from just one fabric.
Taught by Denise
9:30- 3 pm
$35 class fee
Class Requirements: Sewing machine in good working order, 1/4" foot, basic sewing supplies- rulers, scissors, 18" x 24" cutting mat, rotary cutter, seam ripper, etc., Matching thread for piecing, 4 repeats of a busy print with not a lot of background showing.
One repeat is the distance between two motifs. So when you are buying yardage, pick a pattern near the cut edge and find the same pattern as you unroll the bolt. The space between is ONE repeat. The larger the space, the more fabric you have to buy.
9 am- 10 am