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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/club names. This Indicates if the class is schedule in our Cary or Raleigh location.

Basic Sewing Supplies
Basic Embroidery Supplies


(Club dates further down on page)

(C)Beginner to Advanced Beginner Quilting - Ohio Star

Saturdays - May 11, June 15, 29 and July 13, 2019
Time: 10am - 2pm. Bring your lunch if you like. There will be homework between classes.
Location: Cary
Fee: Call Cary Store for more information

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!

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(C) Serger Beyond Basics

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Location: Cary
Fee: $15.00

Taking a look at more then threading with Kim. See how and when to use your decorative effects. Let’s talk about needles, decorative threads and where do they go. This is a very slow moving relaxed class designed to allow you to experience more freedom on your serger. All makes and models welcome.

Free Sewing Sessions with Kim

Date: May 22, 23, 24, 25th and June 14th
Location; Cary
Time: 10:00

Are you wanting to learn to sew and don't know where to begin. Join Kim and she has projects that will help you on your path.

(C) Tabatha - Quilt as you Go

Date: May 25
Time: 10:00 to 12:30
Location: Cary
Fee: Purchase all 5 classes for $150 or $35 per class. Software included in price

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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                                   (C) Quilt in a Bag - Continuum

Date: May 25, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 1:30
Location: Cary
Fee: $30 per class or $100 for all 4 classes if purchased all together

Let Karen take you thru the Quilt Class in a Bag – Continuum class. It is a series of Ruler Work Quilting classes. Continuum is the 3rd quilt in Westalee Ruler's "Creative Quilting Inspirations" Class Series. The finished quilt is 87" x 87" and will truly be your masterpiece when completed!

Karen will give tips and instruction on ruler quilting techniques and also to answer any questions that arise.

There is "homework" in between our classes.

Each class is $30 if bought separately, or $100 if you buy all 4 classes at once. Missed the 1st class, no worries, you can jump in anytime.

Students can choose any color way for their fabric selection, though we recommend a low-volume print with contrasting thread so you can easily see your Ruler Work Quilting. Wool batting is another way to make your quilted stitches puff up!

Quilt Class in a Bag Ruler Kits are sold separately and are available in the store.

The kit includes:
All the rulers needed to create your beautiful quilt.
A Yazzii bag that is valued at $40
An instructional DVD

In addition, you will need the 12” arc/straight ruler

(C)Edge-to-Edge Quilting

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Location: Cary
10:00 to 1:30

Fee: $40.00 (plus purchase of Edge to Edge Software and Book)

If you have ever wanted to finish a quilt quickly, make a quilt  completely on your own, or see what else you can do with your embroidery machine, then this class is for you. The Easy-Connect Quilting files and technique allow you to use your embroidery machine to get quilting results like you’d see from a long-arm quilter.

We will start from scratch stitching out a template and then quilt on a quilt sandwich .
Please do not bring panel or quilt to work on, this is a learning opportunity and you will be able to work on you panel or quilt at home following class

Edge-to-Edge Quilting on Your Embroidery Machine Software (Main Package - not expansion Package).
Edge-to-Edge booklet
Quilt sandwich - fabric - 2 pieces 1 1/2 yards by width of fabric, batting to match

Embroidery Machine with hoop that will accommodate at least 5.6" x 9.9" design.
Contrasting Embroidery Thread.
USB Drive

(C) Floriani Software

Date: May 30, 2019 ****Please NOTE Date Change for May****
Time:10:00  - 12:00
Location: Cary

Cost: $25.00 ("BFU" customers - $10.00)

This is a hands on class.

We think Floriani has the best software on the market today.  Don't be overwhelmed by all the functions.  Join Karen as they walk you through the simple basics.  This is a hands on class so you are welcome to bring your laptop, or choose to just observe.

Leave class with a better knowledge of your software and the confidence to use it to its fullest.

**MUST have LATEST version of software loaded**

Topics for the up coming classes:
Create fabric for an In-th-Hoop project

Laptop and power cord
Mouse (optional)
Note book and pen
USB drive

Embroidery/Kimberbell/Pickle Pie/Serger

Embroidery Club is open to all makes and models of embroidery machines. If your embroidery machine is another make, other than Baby Lock, please make sure you know your machine, machine is in good working order and bring manual for problem solving.
Embroidery Club - all machine formats welcome!
  Wednesday, Dec 5th
Time: 10:30 to 1:00
Fee:  $30.00
Location: Cary Store

Whether you are new to embroidery or have had your machine awhile, come and join us on a monthly basis as we explore using our embroidery machines. We will be exploring doing different techniques and using different fabrics. Some projects will be ITH (In the Hoop), putting a zipper in that won't have you pulling out your hair and exploring our creative stitches on our machines.

The following will give you a brief description of the upcoming Embroidery Club Projects.

(C) KimberBell Embroidery Club & Pickle Pie Hoop Envy Club

Friday or Saturday -  No Club in May 2019; June 7 or 8, July 12 or 13, August 16 or 17, 2019
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.

June 7 or 8:

Pickle Pie:
June 7 or 8:

(C) Serger Club

Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Fee: $20.00 plus supplies
Project: Serger Crochet

Learn the art of "Serger Crochet" with Pam. You can add this technique to so many things. It's beautiful, delicate and super fast on your baby lock sergers. Learn about thread and settings to add the perfect edge. See how easy it can be to crochet on your serger in the month of February.