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TUE-FRI: 10-6 | SAT: 10-5

Afraid to venture into sewing your first knit garment? No need to worry when you have someone to guide you through the process! We?ve picked two different top patterns that can be made in knit, one fitted style (K3766) and the other is a loose fitting top (V8877), so that you can choose which you would prefer to make. Either garment can be made using a regular sewing machine or a serger (see my recommendations in details listed below), so both techniques will be covered in class. Hems can be made on either a coverstitch machine (if you have one or that option on your serger) or a regular sewing machine. In class you will learn how to choose the correct pattern size, cut out your pattern and fabric, and then learn the techniques for sewing knits on your garment. The class is 4 1/2 hours long and class size is limited to 4 students. If you have any questions about the class, please email Catherine at

Cost: $ 135.00
Ready to sew your first garment but don't want to commit to a fitted style? In this class you will have a choice to either make an on trend gathered skirt or a pajama pant, both with an elastic waist and perfect for the beginner sewist. We will teach you how to choose the right pattern size for your body, read the instructions given with the pattern (because sewing has it's own language), cut out your pattern and fabric, then walk you through the steps to complete your skirt or pant. You must have prior sewing experience or have taken Catherine's Beginner Sewing or Quick Start Machine Sewing class. Class is 6 hours long, split between two 3 hour sessions. Class is limited to 4 students.

Cost: $ 180.00
This workshop is for you if you are making your own clothes, but the end product still doesn't fit correctly. We will explore what to look for in relation to the fit of a garment, such as balance and proportion, and learn how you can correct your pattern. Each student must bring a garment (or muslin) that they have made to try on in class along with their commercial pattern. Catherine will review each garment on the student (be prepared to try your garment on in class) and discuss how it needs to be corrected. Then she will teach each student how to make that correction on their pattern. All materials needed are included in the cost of the class. Bring up to 2 garments and the accompanying patterns. * This is a small class and limited to 4 students. *If you have any questions about what type of garments to bring, please contact Catherine at

Cost: $ 90.00
Take your sewing to the next level with our Open Level Garment Sewing Class and learn what you want to learn! This class is for you whether you are a beginner sewist ready to start sewing your first garment and don't know how to begin or if you are an intermediate sewist that needs specific help with a project you are working on. Bring in all materials needed for your project as you must work from a commercial pattern. If you have any questions about your project, please contact Catherine at in advance. You must know how to operate a sewing machine. Class size is limited to 4 students. 3 hours long.

Cost: $ 90.00
Learn the foundations of sewing in our Beginner Sewing Class by making a reversible tote bag. The class will begin with learning how to operate your sewing machine through the proper threading techniques and then learning how to sew straight seams. From there, we will instruct you on how to lay out your pattern pieces on the fabric, cutting them out and then pinning the pieces together before sewing your tote bag. Class size is limited to 4 students. Machines are available for use during class or you can bring your own.

Cost: $ 180.00
The quilted jacket is all the rage right now, but choosing the right pattern to make one can be difficult. Catherine has taken the guesswork out of that and designed her own reversible version in a scrappy quilt look. The jacket is a one-size-fits-most, loose fitting, boxy style that can be made with minor fit adjustments. The quilt top (or outer layer) uses only one "layer cake" bundle to eliminate the need to coordinate your fabrics. Jacket dimensions: 29" long from High Point of Shoulder (HPS) 59" across from sleeve edge to sleeve edge 41" across at bottom edge from side seam to side seam

Cost: $ 300.00
Using specialty rulers created by Deb Tucker, this quilt is easily created. Perfect points every time. You will just love your end results. And, you are not limited to one particular layout. I will show you different variations you can achieve with the same constructed block. First class we will discuss your options of design and start cutting. Second and third classes we will sew the blocks and begin the layout Fourth class we will finish the quilt top and discuss your quilting options.

Cost: $ 175.00
The Skipping Stones table runner created by Joan Louise Clemons, is a wonderful and versatile piece that can be made for any season. The construction gives you a glimpse of how bargello quilts are created. You will complete the runner top during class.This project is good for the Beginner and the Advanced Beginner sewist. The pattern is included in the class fee.

Cost: $ 120.00
This beautiful quilt, designed by Edyta Sitar, is loaded with sampler blocks and fusible appliqué. Start this quilt adventure late August and finish in time for the holidays. It is a good project to make use of your red and green scrapes that you may have in your stash or follow the fabric requirements below. Supplies and Pattern to be purchased by student. Pattern will be ordered by Sew Right.

Cost: $ 250.00
This class offers the younger child the opportunity to learn how to sew in a 1 hour class. This is a guided class structure where your child can progress from a beginner through to the intermediate level, creating projects such as simple accessories and clothing while learning how to operate the sewing machine. All materials needed for the class are included in the cost of each session. Classes are small and have a 1 teacher to 3 student ratio.

Cost: $ 35.00
If your child is a beginner, they will learn basic skills of cutting and pinning their fabric along with operating a sewing machine to make a cross body bag. If your child has already been sewing, they will continue to improve their sewing skills by making a garment or accessory from our pattern collection that they can complete within the 3 hour workshop. If your child is at an intermediate skill level, they can choose a more difficult garment, but may need multiple workshops in order to complete the project. Classes are small and have a 1 teacher to 3 student ratio. This is a 3 hour workshop. All materials needed for the class are included in the cost of the workshop.

Cost: $ 110.00
This is a guided class structure where children create projects such as basic skirts, tops or dresses as well as accessories. We let the child pick the project based on their sewing level from our pattern collection. They will learn basic skills of pattern placement, cutting and pinning as well as machine sewing. All materials needed for the class are included in the cost of each session. Classes are small and have a 1 teacher to 3 student ratio.

Cost: $ 55.00