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Ask Susan

Do you need a little assistance or encouragement with your project? How about some time to sew with old friends or to meet new friends? Join Susan on the third Thursday of the month from 10:00am - 2:30pm. We can end earlier or a bit later depending on your needs. Together we will solve your quilting problems or issues, as we enjoy each others company in a relaxed, stress free environment.

Slow Sewing Get Together with Pam

Do you slow sew? Do you enjoy handwork like English Paper Piecing, hand applique, hand quilting, cross-stitch, embroidery, knitting or crocheting? Join us for a few hours in the company of others who like a little time away from family and jobs to work on their handwork projects. You might even make new friends.

RESTYLE with Lori

Have a panel or large print that you want to use. This is the perfect class for taking that and re-styling your outer wear. Lori will lead you in fussy cutting and converting that into a finished edge applique. Use your sewing machine and decorative thread to add dimension and texture for your one-of-a-kind embellishment. You will also learn how to add character to cuffs, pockets and collar. Let your imagination run wild and make a statement piece.

Apr 20
Younger Quilters Meet-up
Apr 22
Monday Open Sew
Apr 25
Pillowcases for Ryan's Case for Smiles

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!