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altBeverly Johnson's Classes





Class: Beginner Bra   

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Date:  Monday May 31 and Tuesday June 1 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00          

Kit Fee: $60.00

Class Overview:  ​Make a bra that is custom fit to your body. You will be sewing a basic full band bra (with or without wires) and fine tuning the fit so that you end up with Beverly's own pattern for a perfect fitting bra. Once you have a basic bra that fits, you can make a second bra using lace to really strengthen your bra-making skills.


altClass: Bralette

Date: Tuesday June 1 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $65.00


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Class Overview: Bralettes are the latest development in the bra and lingerie world and no wonder. They are non-wired with light support and super comfortable styling, yet are easy to sew and fit.  You can wear them around the house, for lounging or sleeping.  Some women wear them as their everyday bra! 


altClass: Ingrid Non-Wired Bra

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Date: Wednesday June 2 and Thursday June 3 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Kit Fee: $60.00

Class Overview: Our Ingrid is a non-wired bra with support and good looks, without the dreaded collapse of the front, like many ready-to-wear bras have.  This two day class is a perfect class for those new to bra-making as it uses only straight stitch and zig-zag. This is one of the best classes you will ever take. Our Ingrid Non-wired bra pattern is first fitted to your unique body – we will alter the pattern for you – then we teach all the professional bra-making techniques and the tricks to make sewing Ingrid a pleasant and successful experience in construction.


altClass: Pick-A-Jewel Bra Class

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Date: Friday June 4 and Saturday June 5 from 9am to 4pm

Registration Fee:  $225.00

Kit Fee: $65.00

Class Overview: This class is based on three of our newest patterns, the Ruby, Sapphire, and Amethyst.   You will pick one of the 3 cut-and-sew foam bra patterns and see all three made in the class. All of these bras (full band fabric, partial band fabric and full band lace) use cut and sew foam for light foam lining without the padded look of pre-formed foam cups. You can even combine the looks so you can make a Ruby/Amethyst combo.  You will learn the tricks of the trade to sew up a foam lined cup so you can “hide the headlights” or to smooth your profile under t-shirts. Cut-and-sew cups have many advantages. Besides being made of a lightweight foam fabric, you can use virtually ANY stretch fabric to cover the cups – even fabrics way too stretchy to use in a regular bra. Best of all, you use your own bra pattern to create the foam cup so all of your lift and shaping is retained. In this class, you will learn the tricks of the trade to sew it up and finish the top edge with a professional look. You must be familiar with the construction of a bra in order to attend this course.​


 altRon Collin's Classes




Class: Working with Knits  

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Date:  Saturday May 29 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $20.00

Class OverviewUncover great techniques for this knit know-how-to workshop.   Ron will cover tips on layout, marking, cutting, interfacing, thread and appropriate needle sizes and types.  Followed by a hands-on segment on making samples on seam and hem finishes, stabilizing necklines and shoulder seams; plus cool seam finishes for armholes and necklines, closures, buttonholes and more (all samples that you take home). Learn how to use a twin needle for decorative seams and hem along with techniques from ready-to-wear using unique presser feet. Come sew the fabric of choice for most people....comfortable to wear, great for travelling, a great staple in your wardrobe and you don’t have to iron it!!! 



Class: Pattern Alterations & Body Measurements for the Right Fit  

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Date:  Sunday May 30 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $25.00

Class Overview: In this hands-on workshop, you will learn to identify the fitting problems and how to solve them. Ron will show you how to correct fitting problems regarding sloping and square shoulders, large bust, high and low bust, removal of bust dart, broad and upper back, sway back or down-sloping back waistline, large upper arm, tight armholes, flat seat, and many more. We will also take 28 body measurements for you: high bust, low bust, shoulder width, sleeve length, back waist length, pant and skirt length...plus more...a total of 28 body measurements. Every student will have an alteration package to take home with them showing all the alterations that they have done. Ron will give you the inside answer on what pattern companies run larger and which ones tend to run true to measurements. He will also explain how much wearing ease you need in all garments from close fitting, fitted, semi fitted, loose fitted, and very loose fitted. Take the guess work out of trying to choose what size garment by finding the "finished garment measurements" and not using the sizes on the back of the pattern envelope. See the difference in sizing charts in major pattern companies and how to choose the right size for you and how to avoid disappointment in fitting.

Class: Master Construction Techniques

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Date: Monday May 31 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $15.00

Class Overview:Learn top of the line designer techniques to produce professional results with construction that is simple. See results in an edge treatment that is great for facing that will complete the garment and doesn’t have a single visible stitch.  Sew darts and tucks with only one thread on your sewing machine with no back stitching to give you that designer result. Learn how to perfect the invisible zipper with a smooth seam from the end of the zipper to the continuous seam.  If you love the look of a bound button hole, but were never happy with the results, come and sew one of Ron’s sought after techniques for this posh buttonhole.  (Reference booklet and samples to go home with).

Class: Ultimate Sewing Retreat   

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Date:  Wednesday June 2, Thursday June 3, Friday June 4, and/or Saturday June 5 from 9am to 4pm

Registration Fee: $125.00/day or all 4 days for $425.00

Class Overview:  Four days with Ron Collins and the ultimate sewing retreat. Is fitting your nemesis?  Bring your favorite patterns and muslins to uncover tips and techniques for fitting. Go home with patterns altered just for you. Is it time to liberate some of those fabrics you are afraid to cut into?  With Ron by your side and you working on whatever you want, he will teach you some time saving techniques for professional looking results.  All levels welcome, from beginners to extremely advanced.  If you just want to relax and have a great time, bring any sewing project your heart desires and Ron will help you overcome those trouble spots in fit and construction.  Get ready to sew!


Bonny Voice's Classes



Class:The Sewing Workshop - Chicago Jacket

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Date:  Monday May 31 and Tuesday June 1 from 9am to 4pm

Registration Fee:  $225.00

Class Overview: The sewing Workshop patterns are innovative and timeless.  The Chicago Jacket is no exception.  Its interesting lines and clever construction are hallmarks of Linda Lee’s designs.  The Jacket is unlined and has raglan sleeves.  You will be sewing your jacket in class.  Variations to the design will be discussed, sizing support is included and construction techniques demonstrated along the way.

Class: Uncomplicating Pieced Borders

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Date: Friday June 4 and Saturday June 5 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview:Pieced borders are eye catching and frame a quilt in a most pleasing way.  In this hands-on class you’ll design, sew and fit a pieced border on to a quilt body that you bring to class. We'll discuss border ideas, colour, fabric and proportion consideration.  How to fit the border onto your quilt body and other consideration when making a pieced border will be explored.


altLiz Thompson's Classes



Class: Serger and Coverhem Workbook

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Date: Tuesday June 1 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class OverviewJoin us for this Back to Basics class where we will review threading, buttons and knobs, and all the various stitch settings for sergers and coverhem machines.  Learn how to make your serger “sing” & stitch a little sample of each stitch program to stick into Notes/workbook. In addition, we will try out a number of different serger and coverhem accessories like elasticators, hem guides, piping and beading feet, and more. This is a great skills builder class to banish any lingering serger fears! 


Class: Artistic Edge Cutter and Applique in the Hoop

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Date:  Wednesday June 2, 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $25.00

Class Overview:Take this class to review the software included with the cutter, how to use various software and cutter features to cut and appliqué a charming and practical project. Learn how to take a shape or design, turn it into an appliqué-in-the-hoop, prep & cut the fabric using your cutter and then embroider your appliqué on your placemats with your Janome or Elna embroidery machine.  

Class: Put your Best foot Forward

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Date: Thursday June 3 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview: Try out and stitch with a variety of sewing machine feet. Record settings and stick a sample of what each foot does in your Notes. Identify feet you may have but don’t know how to use; build skills and put those feet and accessories, which have been gathering dust, to work! 




altJan Bones' Classes






Class: Waistline Finishes

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Date: Tuesday June 1 from 9 am to 4pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $35.00

Class Overview:  The waistline edges of skirts and pants may be finished in many ways. Sew a set of samples in this class to learn the best choices for your projects. Techniques for knit and woven fabric will be included. You will sew waistbands, elastics, facings, ribbons, linings because they are all possible solutions for comfortable & attractive finishes for daywear & nightwear! 

Class: How to Line Clothing Designs

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Date: Wednesday June 2 from 9 am - 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $35.00

Class Overview: Lining is a very practical choice as it adds stability, helps reduce wrinkling and is a easier step than finishing garment edges with facings. It adds elegance, and doubles as a way to finish seams, to make the inside of the garment as beautiful as the outside.  In this class you will learn about suitable lining fabrics, interesting methods for lining tops, skirts, vests, yokes and other details too.  Students will work on a set of precut half scale samples.

Class: Draping on a Dress Form

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Date: Thursday June 3 from 9 am to 4 pm 

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $10.00

Class Overview: Have you ever wrapped fabric around your body, looked in the mirror and wondered what it might be or what you could do next? Draping is the answer. Draping is the art of creating clothing on a body or a dress form, no pattern required. Our bodies are round, curved, flat and angled, all at the same time and with draping techniques you will learn how to fit fabric to the body.  Join Jan to create clothing experiments on a dress form without using a pattern. Learn how to design well placed seam lines, attractive necklines, smooth dart shapes and attractive silhouettes. This hands on class will give you the confidence to use a dress form for fitting, designing and creating the unexpected !!


Class: Bias Cut Blouse/Jacket

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Date: Friday June 4 and Saturday June 5 

Registration Fee:  $225.00

Kit Fee: $12.00

Class Overview: : This design is beautiful to wear, with it’s comfortable & feminine shaping. The “Bias Cut Lingerie Jacket” pattern is a lingerie top or the most wonderful blouse you will love to wear with jeans, a skirt or a suit. In this class you will cut & sew a “Bias Cut Lingerie Jacket” & gain experience in all aspects of bias cut fabrics. Learn accurate pattern preparation methods, correct layouts, techniques for successfully sewing seams, beautifully shaped necklines, hem edges & many other helpful ideas for your sewing joy!  We will make a simple test copy first, check the fit and then proceed into the ‘real’ thing. This is a busy, fascinating class with many things to see, learn and DO !!  

altHeather Grover's Classes




Class: Rust Sampler Class

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Date: Friday May 28 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $15.00

Class Overview: .In this class you will create a wall hanging from rust printed fabric



Class: Felted Flower


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Date: Saturday May 29 and Sunday May 30 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Kit Fee:  $55.00

Class Overview: This is an embellishing class using hand and machine stitching.  We will explore embroidery, stitching on water soluble film, cording and beading on felted flower. 

Class: Landscape - All about Trees

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Date: Tuesday June 1 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $15.00

Class Overview: We will be creating 3 art cards featuring different techniques to create realistic trees.




Class: The Advanced Art of Hand Embroidery - Peacock Needle Case

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Date: Wednesday June 2 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $15.00

Class Overview: You will make a Peacock Needle case done on wool and featuring Brazilian embroidery.  Students must have basic knowledge of fundamental embroidery stitches.  Class will cover dimensional stitches. 


altDianne Jannson's Classes




Class: Fast & Accurate Machine Piecing - Mary Ellen Hopkins Methods 3

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Date: Friday May 28 and Saturday May 29 from 9 am to 4 pm 

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview: Now that you have mastered all the tips and techniques from Mary Ellen Hopkins levels 1 & 2, its time to expand your design horizons and raise your skill level.  This level adds 60 degree triangles to the mix and produces many 3D effect designs.  The sewing is simple, but accuracy is required.  The result will be well worth the effort. 


Class: Kaffe Fassett Club - Condensed

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Date: Sunday May 30 and Monday May 31 from 9 am to 4 pm 

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview:This is for Kaffe Fassett fabric lovers, and is a condensed version of the popular Di-Versity Quilt Store club.  You will come away with dozens of ideas to showcase these great fabrics. Day one will be spent discussing designs suitable for Kaffe's stripe fabrics, and for his florals.  There will be handouts, design pages, mock ups, and many samples to see.  Day 2 will be your sewing day.  Choose a pattern and work on one project or sew samples for future reference. .


Class: Creating Negative and Positive Designs

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Date: Tuesday June 1 from 9 am to 4 pm 

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview: This technique was a favourite of British quilter Jo Rednall.  A simple shape is transferred to a vertically pieced background to create a negative/positive design.  The design is fused and machine appliquéd.  Simple shapes are the most successful, and only two fabrics are required.  




altGlenda Hudson's Class

Class: Intermediate Spinning 

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Date:  Sunday May 30 and Monday May 31 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration fee:  $225.00

Kit Fee: $60.00

Class Overview:  Now that you know the basics of  spinning, join us to move on to the next step to learn advanced Spinning skills, how to control your twist and fancy techniques.      



altMichelle Miller's Classes




Class: The Art of Hand Sewing

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Date:  Friday May 28 and Saturday May 29 from 9 am to 4 pm

Class Registration:  $225.00

Kit Fee: $50.00

Class Overview:  In this class you will explore the art of  hand sewing skills needed to make lovely handmade clothing and home décor projects using knits and woven fabrics new and recycled. Learn the Alabama Chanin way of  sewing and embellishing to make beautiful garments that you will cherish for years while making a cowl in class.


Class: Waxed Food Wraps

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Date:  Tuesday June 1 from 9 am to Noon

Class Registration:  $70.00   

Kit Fee: $25.00

Class Overview: :  Learn to make your own reusable waxed food wraps. You will learn this simple technique while making a variety of sizes and shapes.


Class:  Crochet Produce Bags

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Date:  Wednesday June 2 from 9 am - 4 pm

Class Registration: $125.00

Kit Fee:  $15.00

Class Overview: : Learn to crochet simple produce bags and help to reduce the waste of plastic with every grocery store trip.

Class: Upcycling Aprons

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Date:  Thursday June 3 from 9 am to 4 pm

Class Registration:  $125.00/day       

Class Overview: Learn how to turn something old into something new. This class is sure to get your creative juices flowing as you learn many options of turning your treasured or found items into something new.  Explore the many options to make classy aprons out of a special shirt. The possibilities are endless.

Class: Knitted Wire Jewelry

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Date:  Friday June 4 from 9 am to 4 pm

Class Registration:  $125.00/day

Kit Fee: $25.00       

Class Overview: Create beautiful one of a kind jewelry pieces with wire and beads, using basic knitting and or crocheting techniques. It is quick and easy and in this class you will make a beautiful knit wrist cuff bracelet.


Kate Atherley Classes


Class: Soxpertise

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Date: Friday May 28 from 9 am to Noon

Registration Fee: $70.00

Class Overview:  

You’ve worked a few socks, now it’s time to expand your skills a bit. In this class you’ll learn how determine size and fit needs, how to choose a good yarn and reinforce for longevity. We’ll address the tricky bits like how to avoid holes at the top of your heel, how to get a tidy gusset pick up, and special cast-ons and cast offs. We’ll talk about both toe up and top down socks, and discuss different heel and toe constructions – and when to choose one over another. 

Class: Fearless Finishing

Class Overview:

Many knitters avoid a lot of garment patterns because of the finishing work required, and even the most experienced knitters often have holes in their finishing knowledge – or simply lack confidence about them. The reason is simple: information in books and patterns is often very weak in this area, leaving knitters to try to figure it out themselves. This hands-on workshop teaches practical, useful and sensible finishing skills. Along the way we’ll dispel a lot of common myths, break down some common sources of confusion, and show you short-cuts that make the finishing task easier and improve the finished project. We’ll cover the three key seaming methods – reviewing how to do them and where to use them, including how to set in a sleeve. We’ll practice two key skills that cause problems for knitters of all experience levels: grafting (Kitchener stitch) and picking up stitches - how and where to pick them up, how to handle large numbers of picked up stitches, and what to do if you can’t match the number the pattern calls for.  We’ll discuss blocking, weaving in ends and how the proper cast ons and cast offs can make your finishing work easier - and improve the finished result.

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Date: Friday May 28 1 pm to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $70.00


Class: Best Methods/Expert Tips

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Date: Saturday May 29 from 9 am to Noon

Registration Fee: $70.00

Class Overview:

There's a broad variety of methods for increasing, decreasing, casting on and casting off. In this class, I'll review four or five major methods for each, discussing the pros and cons, what they look like, and where they are best used. We’ll also discuss placement of shaping to make finishing easier, and make the finished project look better.


Class: Tools & Techniques for Knitting in the Round

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Date: Saturday May 29 1 from 1 pm to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $70.00

Class Overview:

There are many different ways to knit in the round: on double-pointed needles, circular needles, with magic loop, two circular needles and the newer Flexi-Flips and bent DPNs. This class will demonstrate the techniques, and provide opportunities to practice all of them. We'll share tips & techniques for knitting in the round on any style of needles, and for any project, including easy ways to join and a magic trick for fixing a twisted round. Whether you're new to working in the round, or have tried it with difficulties, this class is for you


 Class: Introduction to Brioche

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Date: Sunday May 30 from 9 am to Noon

Registration Fee: $70.00

Class Overview: 

Brioche knitting uses a simple and clever technique to create beautiful fabrics – deep ribs and fascinating colourwork. It’s particularly effectively in two colours, and is an excellent way to tame a busy variegated yarn. This class covers the skills for working brioche patterns, including reading the sometimes-complicated instructions, and fixing mistakes. Knitters will leave with a one-of-a-kind shawl or scarf project well underway.


Class: Cable Knitting Master Class

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Date: Sunday May 30 from 1 pm to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $70.00

Class Overview:

Suitable for knitters with some cable experience, this class takes your skills to the next level. We’ll create a sampler, playing with a wide variety of cable patterns and stitches: knit/purl versions, uneven cables, reversible one, slip-stitch variations. We’ll show you how to work without a cable needle, speeding up the process. We’ll share tips for making cables fabrics more tidy. And along the way we’ll also review chart and pattern reading, and teach you how to fix mistakes. We’ll also touch on designing and customizing cable patterns..


altWendy van der Walt's Classes






Class: Paper Piecing the Easy Way

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Date: Friday May 28 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview: Have you wanted to attempt paper piecing, but have heard horror stories?  Have you tried, and vowed "never again!"?  This is the class that will change your mind forever!  Join Wendy and learn the no pre-cutting, no guessing,  foolproof way to paper piece those intricate blocks.  We will be making a "Sleepy Fox" block that you can either sew into a cute pillow, or sign up for the "Improvisation Birch Trees" class and create a one of a kind quilt featuring your block.

Class:  Piecing Improvisational Birch Trees

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Date:  Saturday May 29 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee:  $125.00

Class Overview: Have a fun and rule free quilting day learning how to cut and piece one of a kind birch trees!  No stress, no judgment, no quilt police. This class is fast paced, fun and beginner friendly!


Class: Everything you ever wanted to know about Applique, but were afraid to ask. 

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Date: Sunday May 30 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview: Love the look of Appliqué, but think it's "too much work"?  Think you would like a handwork project to take with you on your travels, but don't know where to start?  Maybe you want to learn some tricks and tips for making your machine appliqué look neater and more professional?  Then this is the one day class created just for you.  Spend a fun day with Wendy exploring options in Appliqué while you work on a sampler piece that can be made into a tote bag or pillow!  All patterns will be provided. 


Class:  The Fabriculous Ball Sack

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Date:  Monday May 31 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview: Make your choice of 3 sizes of practical, functional yarn project bags.  Use waxed canvas to create a very sturdy bottom that won't tip over while you are working.  Learn how to put in a interior zippered pocket the very easiest way!

Class: The Redwood Tote

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Date: Tuesday June 1 and Wednesday June 2 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview: .  This stylish, trendy cross body bag is sure to be the first you grab before you head out the door.  Learn the basics of working with waxed canvas, how to easily install metal rivets, inserting zippers and more. 

altRoberta Wynnyk's Classes




Class: Tame that Technique

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Date: Saturday May 29 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $25.00

Class Overview: Expand your skills as you learn techniques to construct, embellish and finish your projects. In this workshop you will do hemstitching, rolled hems, piping and texturing, to name a few.  Everyone will walk away with new techniques and tips that will improve your sewing skills, inspire you to create new projects, and love sewing even more! This class is for anyone who loves to sew or wants to learn.  Bring all your sewing machine feet and work hands-on whenever you can. All brands welcome.

alt     Class: Styled in Cork

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Date: Friday May 28 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $99.00

Class Overview: One of the newest and most popular fabrics on the market is Cork.  You'll find it used in sofas, shoes and our favorite - styleish handbags.  In this class, you will be shown the best feet and sewing techniques offered for sewing on this speciatly fabric.  During the class you will confidently begin the construction of your bag with guidance provided and go home with all the materials to successfully complete your project.   Choose from one of the three styles and produce a custom handbag that you will be proud to wear.  Beginner to Advanced. 


Class: Embroidery on Unusual Surfaces - Organize your Sewing Room

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Date: Monday May 31 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $45.00

Class Overview: 

Overview You will have an opportunity to embroider on special fabrics:  Cork, Kraft-Tex Paper, and Balsa Wood, and at the same time try some unique embroidery techniques, using Metallic thread and CrystalWorks.  You will go away with more understanding on which stabilizers work best in different situations as well as some great items to organize your sewing room.  All you need is your Embroidery Machine and the standard 8 X 10 Oval Hoop, and we will provide the rest.  Open to all machine brands. 



altClass: Ruler Work Linen Tote

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Date: Sunday May 30 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Kit Fee: $40.00

Class Overview: So you have new Rulers! Now what?  We are going to spend the day experimenting with your rulers as we quilt a detailed medallion on a panel and then transform it into a fashionable linen tote bag.  We are also going to review different rulers and show you how to quilt with them including concentric circles and ovals, orange peel, clam shells, and borders.  By the end of this class you will have a better idea on how and where to use different motifs for your quilt blocks.  Come and spend the day experimenting with the hottest quilting trend out there.  All ruler brands are welcome.   



Melissa Marginet Classes





Class: Creating a Pixel Quilt & Custom Edge to Edge Walking foot Quilting

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Date: Thursday June 3 and Friday June 4 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview:I created this class because of my dislike for burying threads.  By quilting edge to edge, unless your bobbin runs out or your thread breaks, you will not have to bury any threads.  But quilting from edge to edge, doesn't mean you are limited to straight lines or following the same pattern throughout the quilt. You will create a simple pixel quilt with solid fabrics, learning techniques including strip piecing, pressing and accurate intersections and will pin baste our quilt top to prepare it for quilting. You will plan your design and quilt your quilt with minimal marking.  You will be using 12wt thread so the quilting will create not only texture, but design on your fabric.

Class: Interwoven Art

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Date: Saturday June 5 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee:  $125.00

Class Overview: Create a beautiful and interesting 18" x 18" art quilt using four fat quarters that weave into each other using a quilt as you go method.  Instructions will be provided to make either a tote bag or a cushion with your Interwoven Art or you can just bind it and display it proudly.




Carol Schmold's Classes

Class:  Scrap Lovers Frenzy

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Date:  Wednesday June 2, from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee:  $125.00

Class Overview: If you've been quilting for any length of time you have naturally accumulated a basket of scraps.  This fast- paced class will provide you with many fun techniques for using up those scraps too precious to toss, and by combining them with additional fat quarters or yardage from your stash cupboard, you will feel as though you're creating something spectacular from nothing.  The three different concepts presented throughout the class could be developed into bags, pillows, quilts or any other project you dream up.  Grab that basket of scraps and let's bust through them!  


Class:  Introduction to Intuitive Cutting and Piecing

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Date:  Thursday June 3 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $125.00

Class Overview:  It's time to cut loose, follow your intuition, and create a quilt unique to your hand and spirit.  In this class you will send the "Quilt Police" packing and free yourself from every strict quilty rule you've imposed on yourself in the past.  Instruction will cover intuitive cutting with and without a ruler, freeform and curvy piecing, and setting your blocks for successful composition.  The goal of this class is to boost each student's confidence in the concepts of improvisational quilting by learning to cut into fabric with freedom, while maintaining the basic principles of good design.



Class: Fearless Colour and Print

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Date: Friday June 4 and  Saturday June 5 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview:This class is designed to strengthen each student’s confidence and skills in:  pushing the boundaries of colour theory, overcoming the fear of mixing prints while incorporating those "challenging" fabrics from their stash and developing an eye for unexpected quilt settings. We will focus on exploring colour theory and building a successful palette within your own stash of fabrics.  Students are encouraged to bring those "difficult" or unusual fabrics from their stash in order to challenge preconceived notions of what "goes together". We will also focus on design wall concepts and creating a unique sampler style setting for your quilts blocks.  This is one of my most popular workshops, with every student creating a quilt that is unique to them.


Diane Dugan Class

Class: Selfie Dress Form

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Date:  Saturday May 29 and Sunday May 30 from 9 am to 4 pm

Registration Fee: $225.00

Class Overview: Join Diane and make yourself a beautiful custom dress form using your own body measurements.  Made completely from cloth and stuffed with poly fil.  You will make a replica of your own body and shape that will make sewing and fitting garments a breeze.