Enjoy classes in our spacious classroom with lots of table space, two oversize ironing boards, design wall, great teachers, and good company. Whether you come with someone you know or venture in on your own, you are sure to make new friends, learn new skills and have a great time! By the way, if you need to cancel a class after registering, you can get a full refund up until one week before the first class.
Look for the sewing machine icon in our class list. Anyone can take these classes but these specially marked classes are free for our sewing machine customers. Just one more thing we do to make buying a machine from Quilting Confections special!
Thank you for purchasing your supplies at QC for these classes, we appreciate your support.
Do you know how to take care of your sewing machine between scheduled maintenance? You'll learn how to clean your machine and whether or not you should oil, and where. It's a short class with a lot of valuable information to help you keep your machine running smoothly. **This is a free class for our BabyLock machine customers.
One class each month based on our Square Dance BOM pattern. You will learn a new technique while perfecting your piecing and quilting skills.The September project is a place mat or small runner. The October class is an envelope bag, perfect for carrying your notions or art supplies. In November you will make a beautiful candle mat or table topper with mitered corners. You can sign up for the whole series or individual classes.
The kids and grandkids are back to school, now you can have a relaxing day for yourself sewing this beautiful lap quilt. It's another project from our favourite Rose Cards Quilts. All it takes is a 40-pack of 10 inch squares and a contrasting centre fabric, add some borders to make it a larger quilt. Come join your friends for a fun day!
Learn curved piecing using the Mini Curve Ruler from Sew Kind of Wonderful.to make this cute pumpkin quilt. Don't want a wall hanging? Then make a table runner or place mats... Stay for Sit and Sew and you'll have these pumpkins finished in no time!
Take one strip set, some batting scraps and turn them into this lovely rug! You'll want one for every room in your house! We now have the popular batting on a roll available; its ready to use!
It takes 20 fat quarters and a background fabric to make this lovely quilt. We have lots of Tilda fabric in stock to make yours similar to Linda's sample. The first class is all about cutting and getting organized so that you can sew, sew, sew during the next two classes.
Bring your strips or let us die-cut them for you (must be arranged before class). Sue will show you her speed-piecing techniques and new ways to use value placement for a great scrappy look.
This class is designed to re-acquaint you with your serger. Together we will explore the basic functions and how to set up your machine for a 4- and 3-thread overlock stitch, along with a rolled hem and gathering stitch. During the second day of class, we will construct a pretty ruffled pillowcase entirely on the serger. The class is complimentary if you purchased your serger at QC!
Bring your lunch and join Tina to put together this quick project. It uses 12 fat quarters and a contrasting fabric.
Trudy is fantastic at making jackets. This one is based on a sweatshirt. Trudy will show you how to add strips of coordinated fabric to make your own personal fashion statement!
This beautiful quilt kit is already sorted out for you. Choose your background fabric and you're ready to go! Class one is for cutting and organizing and planning, to make this a fun project. Then the piecing begins! Purchase your background fabric at QC and receive a 25% discount.
Pojagi is an ancient Korean technique and we're making ours by machine. Hang it on your back door window and admire it from both sides. Accurate cutting and sewing skills are a must. Use batiks for a beautiful finish.