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Quilting


Make this beautiful small table topper using precisely cut pieces from the AccuQuilt Go Big! and the 12" double wedding ring die. Pieces are cut quickly and precisely using this amazing tool. Bring your fabric and materials and see how it is done. Then learn how to conquer those curves by piecing the rings of the quilt and binding the curved edges. Special Pricing available for the required die. Speak to Laurie for pricing on the Accuquilt GO Big!

Cost: $ 100.00
Lucy Boston (1892-1990) was both a British author and a woman who made at least 20 patchworks. Her most famous quilt as introduced by Linda Franz is a stunning block quilt utilizing just two shapes, an elongated hexagon for the blocks and a square to join them. What you can do with them is mind-blowing, as in Judy's quilt. Because of the hexagonal shape, this quilt is best made by hand piecing or English Paper-pieced (EPP). If you have time to spend away from your machine-riding the bus or subway, watching TV, sitting in a waiting room, etc., this is a perfect take along project. We will meet once a month for 4 months to get you started on an incredible journey.

Cost: $ 85.00
Have you ever seen longarm quilters using rulers to keep their lines straight while in free motion? Or maybe executing curves and circles without having to draw on their quilts? Now, Leonie West of Australia has designed a system for domestic machines so that we can use rulers, too! Her rulers are so mathematically precise that you will get beautiful results with a minimum of marking on your quilts. Once you have drawn your placement lines, you are good to go! The Westalee rulers have taken the thought out of figuring out where and how to place the ruler to get the best outcome. No walking foot needed for straight lines, minimal marking for the fancy stuff! This is really fun, easy and time saving! A light lunch is included in the class fee. Please see the supply list below. When you register for the class you MUST call Sew Right at least 3 WEEKS prior to the class dates to ensure you have all the supplies required to successfully take the class.

Cost: $ 120.00
Picking up where Ruler Play ends, the templates include different feather styles with both curved and straight spines, spinning feathers, and Baptist Fan motifs, expanding the student's design selection and template handling skills. A light lunch is included in the class fee. Please see the supply list below. When you register for the class you MUST call Sew Right at least 3 WEEKS prior to the class dates to ensure you have all the supplies required to successfully take the class.

Cost: $ 120.00
Create these fun laid back shirt blocks using the fundamentals of paper piecing. Laurie will teach you the mechanics of paper piecing in this one session course.

Cost: $ 56.00
Create a dramatic portrait that Rembrandt would envy. Using value effectively is the key to making this face leap off the surface. Using your own photo and hand dyed fabric you will be taught an easy step by step fusing technique. Anyone from beginner to advance can achieve success. A demonstration of a few well-placed strokes of paint will put the finishing touches on an expressive and dynamic portrait. This is a fusing class- no sewing machine is required.

Cost: $ 225.00
Sheer fabrics are the building blocks for translucent shimmering flowers that will glow and sparkle while adding depth to your fiber art piece. See the possibilities when new shapes and colors are created simply by overlapping transparent fabrics. Add more creative tools to your fiber art repertoire.

Cost: $ 125.00