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Join us in our Quilting Techniques Series!

Learn to quilt or learn to quilt better!   A series of How-To Lessons of quilting techniques.  

Each week you have the opportunity to focus on a technique rather than on making a project.  


These classes are perfect for beginners AND experienced quilters!


Take all or choose those which interest you the most.  Don’t delay - these usually fill fast.


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Quilting Techniques - Rotary

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Efficient Rotary Cutting Skills

Friday, July 20th  10:30am to 12:30 pm

instructor Ellen Ault

$15 + $6 Kit


This is a must class for anyone who wants to learn to quilt.  We recommend that you purchase a Creative Grids 6.5” x 24.5” ruler & an Olfa cutter.  You receive a 10% discount with class registration.  Fabric will be provided in your kit. 

No sewing machine for this class.

Quilting Technique Series - Seams

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Accurate Seams and Pressing

Friday, July 27th  10:30am to 12:30 pm

instructor Ellen Ault

$15


This is a must class for anyone who wants to learn to quilt.  We recommend that you purchase a Creative Grids 6.5” x 24.5” ruler & an Olfa cutter.  You receive a 10% discount with class registration.  Fabric will be provided in your kit. 

No sewing machine for this class.

Add the Perfect Border

Friday, August 3rd  10:30am to 12:30 pm

instructor Ellen Ault

$15


The border can correct piecing imperfections or accentuate them!  The technique is simple, easy and is the quilter’s best friend.  Everyone loves even borders, especially your longarm quilter!

Supplies needed:  A quilt top or panel no larger than 36” x 42” and 1 yard of fabric.

Quilting Techniques - Binding

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Practically Perfect Bindings

Friday, August 10th  10:30am to 12:30 pm

instructor Ellen Ault

$15 + $14 Kit


Learn a simple technique to bind a quilt that stitches the binding to the back and top stitches to the front of the quilt.  Or you can learn the binding technique and use it to hand stitch the binding to the back of the quilt the traditional way.