Class fee: 5 classes - $150 or pay as you go each class $35
The Tabatha designs are as delicate as their name implies. Join Karen over a period of 5 classes, as she walks you through stitching out this beautiful wall hanging which you could enlarge.
There are 20 blocks in total and your class fee includes the price of the software.
The files we provide you will include quilting that is as delicate as the Tabatha designs. The designs require a hoop size that accommodates an 8” square design.
In each class, we will provide you the files needed to complete your homework between classes. The choice is yours, bring your machine to class (There will be time to create at least 1 block in class.) or come to class for instructions along with show and tell and pick up your files needed to complete your homework.
You need to have a hoop that will that will accommodate an 8” design.
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Join Sabrina for a great, hands on class where you will learn all the tips and tricks to create a finished quilt without all the frustration. If you are an absolute beginner or more advanced quilter that just wants to brush up on skills and techniques to get better results, this class is for you. You will complete a lap size quilt. There will be homework between classes, so come to class ready to move to the next step. This class is the first in a series that will help you build skills to become a great quilter!
More information and requirements
(C) KimberBell Embroidery Club & Pickle Pie Hoop Envy Club
Dates:Friday or Saturday - Jan 4th or 5th, Feb 1st or 2nd, March 1st or 2nd
Time:10:00 - 12:00
Fee: KimberBell - $10.00 Software provided - bring a USB stick to class;
Fee: Pickle Pie - demo of project free, software fee
Location: Cary Store
This will be a sew out instructional class. We will build each project that will walk you through all the steps to create a beautiful project. You will get your KimberBell files and instructions on the USB drive you must bring to class. Pickle Pie software available.
Remember those paint by number coloring pictures you may have done as a child? All you had to do was follow the directions, coloring or painting each shape a specific color, and before you knew it, you created a fun mystery picture!
The piecing projects you’ll find in such projects like the “Machine Embroider by Number™” or zipper pouches, works the same way, but with fabric piecing on the embroidery machine—and we promise it’s still just as easy!
Don’t be overwhelmed by the number of steps in each design. They are each small steps that are easy to follow along. You will see us build the project showing each step with you and you will have full color instructions to follow at home. And although there are a number of color changes in the design, that is only meant to “tell the machine to stop” between steps. Usually only 1 or 2 thread changes are needed.
If you lose track of which step you are on, your step by step directions include an icon indicating which step from the embroidery design corresponds with that specific step in the directions.
Feb 1 or 2:
Feb 1 or 2: