Important Note

Your supply list will indicate if you have any 'homework' such as cutting and preparation of fabric. It is important that you do your homework prior to coming to class so that you get the most out of your class.

You will find a (C) or (R) in front of the class names on the Calendar. This Indicates if the class is schedule in our Cary or Raleigh location.


(C)Embroidery Club

Join us on a monthly basis as we explore using our embroidery machines, different techniques and fabrics. The following is a brief description of the upcoming Embroidery Club Projects. Sept: Using Cork fabric and marine vinyl, we will make a Monogrammed Key Ring and a Monogrammed Coaster Oct: Turn cotton fabric into a beautiful monogrammed clutch. Nov: Have you ever wanted to do Cutwork, but thought it to difficult. We will use KimberBell's new Cutwork pattern. Dec: Chenille is big! Join us while we use KimberBell's pattern to make a Chenille potholder.

(C) Pickle Pie - Hoop Envy

Sept - Zip it up Bag - this In the Hoop bag will do the one thing we all dread - inserting a zipper! Inserting a zipper in the hoop is so simple you will gladly make this bag for others. This bag uses either vinyl or mesh for the front and cork fabric (yes you read that right, cork fabric!) in the corner with a monogram. Oct - Folded Notebook - This book holds a Steno Pad and is great for note taking, holding pattern print outs, pens and highlighters. You will personalize it with an initial on the front cover. The folded notebook is kept closed with an elastic attached to the front cover Dec- TBD

ASG Meeting

The American Sewing Guild (ASG) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to people who believe sewing is a rewarding and creative activity and advance sewing as an art and life skill. We hope to encourage and inspire people to sew. The Raleigh, NC chapter has about 200 members who attend Neighborhood Group meetings in Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill/Carrboro, Durham, and surrounding area The officers and leaders are all volunteers. ASG members are welcome to attend any or all Neighborhood Group meetings throughout the USA. Non-members may attend TWO meetings; thereafter ASG membership is required. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in sewing, machine embroidery, etc. If you are interested in attending a Neighborhood Group meeting to see our 'sewing friends network' in action and hopefully becoming a member of the ASG, please contact Marge Morena at The Cary Day Neighborhood Group meets on the second Wednesday of the month from 1030am to 12 noon. We all hope you will join us for lots of fun and encouragement. You will not be disappointed!

Sep 14
(C)Edge to Edge Quilting
Sep 20
(C) Silhouette V4
Sep 23
(C)Floriani Software