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Advanced Beginning Quilting with Susan

Calling all beginners who have made a few quilts and feel comfortable with the basic quilting skills of rotary cutting and sewing mostly accurate 1/4 inch seams. This series of classes will provide you with new challenges as you continue your quilting journey. You will learn: flying geese, quarter-square triangles, square in a square, curved piecing, setting blocks on point, sashing, cornerstones, and mitered borders in this fun filled and technique packed series of classes.

Beginning Quilting with Heather

An old-fashioned quilting bee with a modern flair. You'll learn basic skills to help you become a machine quilting maven in just 6 weeks. Be sure to stop at the shop and get your SUPPLY LIST.

Finishing Your Collage with Gail

Come one, come all! This class is to assist you in completing your collage. Bring all the supplies you need to complete your piece of art. Let's get together and finish the fine work you started. Show and Tells are welcome to stop by too. Appropriate for all skill levels. REQUIREMENT: You must have completed a class on any of the collage projects. This is not intended for starting new projects.

Feb 3
Fabric Wrapped Baskets with Tori
Feb 6
Ask Susan
Feb 7
First Friday Open Sewing

Class Policies 

  • Your payment guarantees your place in a class.
  • If you cannot attend a class you have paid for and it is more than 2 days or 48 hours before class, you will receive a refund.  If less than 2 days before the class, if someone takes your place, you receive a refund, otherwise no refund.  You may send someone in your place, or we may have someone on a waiting list.
  • Your class supply list will be available at the store once you enrolled.
  • We keep necessary supplies for classes on hand and suggest your purchase them at Modern Quilting.  When you sign up for a class, you will receive a 20% discount on all class supplies.  It's our way of saying Thank You.
  • To get the most from your experience we make the following suggestions:
    • Be prepared.  Have all the supplies on hand.
    • Be familiar with your sewing machine-including threading, bobbin winding and general operation.
    • Be sure your machine is in good working order and supplied with a fresh needle.
    • Be ready to have fun!