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This quilted pillow sham holds a king sized pillow and is a fine and practical gift. Once you've gifted one with a pillow, you can make new shams for future occasions.
Make this cute, hand-stitched Christmas ornament with Katrina, sewing machine not required! Bring your imagination and we will have sew much fun!
Learn how to paper piece with this simple, yet festive, Christmas mug rug. Sue will show you all the tricks!
Choose two coordinating fabrics for 2 gift bags. A versatile pattern, you can use the same techniques for making different size bags.
Join Pat to make a cube-shaped fabric gift box. This cute little box holds its shape when corners are tied with ribbon. It also has a button or bell closure. Perfect when made with our "Best Tree on the Lot" fabric.
Bring your embroidery machine to make these fun, reversible coasters. They can be made with one fabric or many fabrics. This is an in-the-hoop design.
This wreath can be make scrappy or coordinated. Yvette used five different fabrics, four pieces of each.
How many hot pads can you make from one metre of fabric, some batting and binding? I made 10! Makes a great hostess gift.
From the "Set the Table" book, this runner could easily be two runners or several placemats. Have your pieces ready to go for a fun afternoon of piecing.
Make a set of four coasters in class and you will have lots more squares left to make more coaster sets or a table runner. A good hostess or teacher gift.
Do you enjoy baked potatoes? How about a bag to use in the microwave? Bake your potatoes in just a few minutes. You will have enough time to make 2 or 3 in class.
A new take on our classic pillowcase. This one doubles as a laundry bag, toy bag or gift bag. It's also great for storing your quilts. You may also make the classic pillowcase in this class.
This pouch can be made from one fat quarter or many fabrics. Jeannie changed them up by using vinyl or mesh for the pocket. Make them pretty with contrasting bindings and zippers.
Sew this runner or placemat with Susan. It's a great stash buster or consider using our fat eighth bundles with a contrasting fabric of your choosing.
Save steps to your ironing board by making this sturdy, yet lightweight, table to keep by your side. It folds for easy storage and makes paper piecing, string piecing, applique and other ironing-intense projects a breeze! A sewing machine is not required for this class.
Make a comfy zippered reading pillow with a pocket for a book or remote control. Makes a great gift for a little person, or for someone's couch.
Join Katrina to sew this lovely bordered tea towel with your favourite accent fabric.
Start with a few strips of fabric and you can quickly have a small table topper as a nice teacher or hostess gift.
Learn redwork (hand embroidery) from Katrina. She is using the pattern, Celebrate the Seasons, by Bird Brain Designs.
This easy to make pouch is the perfect size for a rotary cutter, eye glasses or loose items in your bag.
Come and have fun making Santa a placemat for his cookies. This is an "in-the-hoop" project, made in three easy steps.
Learn how to machine applique with Katrina. This is a small wall-hanging, perfect for gifting. You must have the buttonhole or blanket stitch on your machine.