Fidget Quilt
Feb 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Image of fidget quilt with different items for fidgeting

Instructor: Candida Tucker

Fun with Fidget Quilts! Originally created to entertain or calm people with dementia, autism, and sensory issues, fidget quilts are lots of fun for everyone. Fun “feely” fabrics and small items to fiddle with come together in these purposeful quilts that can be personalized. People fall in love with fidget quilts, so we provide ideas for making your next and your next and your next . . .

Begin at the Beginning
Feb 19 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Sewing notions including measuring rape, thread, rotary cutter

Instructor: Nina Dukette
3 Class sessions
Class 1: February 5
Class 2: February 12
Class 3: February 19

New to quilting? Or just looking for a powerful refresher? Nina teaches the tips and techniques that you’ll need to begin your next project. In three sessions, become familiar with the basic steps of quilt construction, accurate rotary cutting, machine piecing, basting, machine quilting and binding while making a decorative table topper. By the end of the class, you’ll have the confidence to start your own quilt. Class includes discussion of fabric choice and preparation, threads, needles and much more.

Wooly 911
Mar 23 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Image of wool cardinal with leaves

With Melonie Unger

Join Melonie, your best friend and wool helper in the Wooly 911 class. She will help you complete any (yes, she means any) wool project! And she even brings lunch! This is the 911 call every stitcher with an unfinished wool project must make!