Have you wondered what you could do with an “ombre” (graduated color) fabric? Here’s is a great way to try out an ombre fabric, then adding a playful 2nd and/or 3rd fabric (your choice of how many!) for interest.

Cost: $ 63.00
If you thought about doing the Weekender bag but thought it might be too difficult, this is the bag for you.

Cost: $ 42.00
Another great design from Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness, make this bag to keep your BOM projects, or applique projects flat and together for class or travel to a retreat.

Cost: $ 42.00
Collecting beach glass and shells! This is one of my favorite pastimes. Make your own collection of beach glass on a background of shells with my original pattern. The scalloped border is optional.

Cost: $ 63.00
Take the plunge and learn to quilt using fast cutting and machine piecing techiniques. Lean basic cutting and piecing skills, along with how to add a border. This class will cover making the top only: complete the quilt in the "Finish It" class. Book and Supplies required Get 10% off your required notions including rotary cutting mat, rotary cutter, ruler, thread, and needles.

Cost: $ 63.00
Piecing quilt blocks with partial seams is simple, and the result is a block that looks a bit complicated but is actually very easy to construct. Use up those charm packs or layer cakes or scraps and make this lovely quilt!

Cost: $ 25.00
I have been wanting to make a carrier for my smaller mats to bring back and forth for classes and this one is perfect! There are extra pockets for additional tools. Everyone needs one of these!

Cost: $ 42.00
Are you interested in EPP but not that into doing it by hand? This is just the class for you!

Cost: $ 25.00
This sweet quilt is made by using 2 ½” strips. If you have a jelly roll you want to show off, this is the quilt that can do it. Just find a background that will work with your jelly roll and join the fun.

Cost: $ 42.00
Just like the song from Sound Of Music these are a few of “My Favorite Things”….. ~ Home ~ Pinwheels ~ What’s not to love? Row by rows are such fun.

Cost: $ 63.00
In this class you will learn how to make beautiful pineapple blocks, the sew simple way. Believe it or not, you only sew straight lines with a quarter inch seam. It’s magic. Join me and make delicious pineapple quilt of your own.

Cost: $ 42.00
Have you wanted to throw away all the rules and try something new? This quilt will be whatever it is that you want. You will be working with the curves that you create and working on things with a bit of freedom.

Cost: $ 63.00
Succeed at free motion quilting on your domestic sewing machine. You will learn tips on how to select best needle and thread. In this class, we will quilt individual blocks with a stencil motif and then add different types of background filler quilting like stippling, echoing, feathers and spirals. At the end of class, you will learn how you can put your blocks together into a finished quilt - including how to sew on a binding by machine!

Cost: $ 42.00
Tap into the creative power of your walking foot! Get acquainted with its features while learning about linear and matchstick quilting. Thought your walking foot could only be used for straight lines? We will quilt wavy lines, sectioned curves and spirals as you master quilting with your walking foot. Also, tips on how to maneuver a large quilt will be given.

Cost: $ 42.00
I love this easy block! You can turn it to make different settings easily. Mine out of summer 30’s prints, but you could use anything from florals, patriotics to batiks - so fun and easy.

Cost: $ 42.00
This quilt is based on a simple variation on the traditional nine patch block! If you love to make quick pieced quilts, you will enjoy this fun class!

Cost: $ 25.00
Go beyond my Basic Embroidery class to delve into more embroidery stitches to add creativity to your work, whether it is on your quilts, your garments, or anywhere you want to add some fun! We will focus on Cast-on stitch, Feather stitch, Granito, and Stem stitch. I will show you tips on how to make your stitches even and your tension consistent. We will be working with different threads to demonstrate how you can change the look of your stitching simply by changing your thread choice.

Cost: $ 25.00
Not interested in the “Dear Jane” quilt but would like to EPP? No problem, please join in on the fun and bring any project you would like to work on.

Cost: $ 35.00
In this hands-on class, learn how to use the program tools to create your own quilt designs using EQ’s extensive libraries of blocks and fabrics.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn how to draw basic blocks using the EQ PatchDraw tool. In addition, this class will build on the skills learned in the Beginner class including applique and thread work. Software Required (Contact shop to get temporary license)

Cost: $ 25.00
First choose your quilt and then gather your fabrics. You will need 8 fat quarters to start. Add some fun backgrounds, cute applique and you have a fast and fun quilt. Don’t’ want to do applique, no problem, just add a conversation panel instead. It looks great in kids fabrics, holiday, a quick gift—you name it! Add a fun pillow (free pattern comes with the ruler)!

Cost: $ 42.00
Learn how to finish your first quilt. This class will cover the process of layering and basting, straight-line quilting, adding binding, attaching a label and a sleeve for hanging.

Cost: $ 42.00
The Gangsters are presently finishing up their Jane Austen quilt. The club is full, but stay tuned for their next project! A new project will begin this Spring and will be welcoming new members.

Cost: $ 35.00
Enjoy a dedicated time to work on your own personal projects in a supportive environment.

Cost: $ 25.00
We’ll look at cutting-edge contemporary designers, patterns, books, tips and techniques.

Cost: $ 35.00
Come join the "new" Modern movement and spend your Saturday and Sunday working on your own contemporary projects.

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn how to make an art quilt using machine applique. This will be great wall art that draws many compliments.

Cost: $ 63.00
Does you son/daughter or grandchild want to sew with you? They can learn to cut & piece garments, p.j.’s, skirts, or tops; Make pillowcases, a tote bag, a stuffed bear or a small quilt. Vicki will walk them through the steps of whichever project they choose.

Cost: $ 15.00
Tuffets are a touch of whimsy for your home that blend with all decors and bridge the gap between design and function.  Learn to sew a gorgeous cover with your choice of fabrics during and turn the cover into an upholstered footstool.

Cost: $ 42.00
The Blue and the Grey shows traditional pieced blocks geared to reproduction fabrics but, as always, are beautiful in any color/fabrics: your choice! The most fun of all is sharing with each other, our lives and our quilts.

Cost: $ 35.00
Are you a fan of Lori Holt projects? Join this club.

Cost: $ 35.00
Have you ever wanted to keep your points when making geese? Using the Deb Tucker Wing Clipper Ruler you can do just that! This quilt can be made in 6 different sizes using the same ruler and pattern. The choice is yours.

Cost: $ 63.00
I have always wanted to make a Kaleidoscope quilt, and this pattern seemed perfect. I love the color placement that helps delineate the circular pattern in the blocks. I have used some fabric with a less dramatic difference in value, so that circles are a bit subtler. Give it a try!

Cost: $ 42.00
Enjoy the beauty of McKenna Ryan patterns while learning how to create a stunning quilt.

Cost: $ 35.00
Often seen in garments, home dec and totes, Petite Piping can enhance your quilts as well! Add a 'pop' of color to your quilt squares and your binding with fun fabric that can blend in or stand out. We will cover all aspects of Petite Piping. Learn techniques that will help you- choosing fabric, using the perfect tiny cording, and the best feet to both make and attach Petite Piping.

Cost: $ 25.00
This class is taught by the Judy Niemeyer Certified Instructor and meets monthly at the shop.

Cost: $ 152.00
This class is taught by the Judy Niemeyer Certified Instructor and meets monthly at the shop.

Cost: $ 152.00
Make your own beautiful potholders while learning how to apply a machine binding! These pot holders make wonderful gifts any time of the year!

Cost: $ 25.00
A stunning star made from a Judy Niemeyer bali pop. This quilt uses 48 - 2 ½” strips, 1 ⅛ yards of sashing, and 2 yards of background.

Cost: $ 76.00
Cutest pumpkin wall hanging ever! This class will teach you Eleanor Burns method of making Log Cabin Blocks or choose the strip pieced placemats! or make both!

Cost: $ 63.00
Rag Rugs are one of the greatest rugs to make. They are easy to learn, inexpensive and the result is gorgeous! This simple technique of using scraps of fabric will soon have you on your way to making beautiful rugs for your home or gift giving.

Cost: $ 25.00
Join in the fun of this club for all those fans of Starch-turned applique (the p3 Designs Pearl Pereira method). In this club we will be working on Pearl’s new quilt “Octopuses Garden”.

Cost: $ 35.00
Do you have any UFO’s you want to finish?

Cost: $ 10.00
This is is a new club for all those fans of Starch-turned applique (the p3 Designs Pearl Pereira method).

Cost: $ 35.00
Learn how to stabilize T-Shirts for a neat, finished look.  Adjust any size T- Shirt design to fit your quilt plan using planning guides, cut block charts and block set guides for super easy designing and sewing! Lots of tips are offered in this technique class.

Cost: $ 25.00
This Workshop continues to be a fun and creative way to spend a Saturday afternoon at your favorite quilt shop!

Cost: $ 17.00
Need help with a new wool appliqué project, guidance on a work in progress, or just inspiration for a new project, you will find it with our friendly group.

Cost: $ 35.00
Start with clothesline, wrap it with fabric strips, and coil it into a work of art! This fun and creative technique is great for using leftover fabric and scraps, and the bowls make wonderful gifts. Make a dent in your stash while you have fun learning something new. Watch out - it can be addicting!

Cost: $ 25.00
“Thimbles ‘n Threads”, the Conejo Valley Chapter of The Appliqué Society (TAS) continues in 2016. We meet once a month here at the shop. TAS is a non-profit organization devoted entirely to the love of appliqué!

Cost: $ FREE
We are closed on Labor Day

The Saturday Sampler is already under way. The following dates are for this quarter for current participants. Interested in this program? Sign-ups are taken in December for the following year and detailed in that newsletter.

May thru August 2017 Newsletter and Class Schedule: Click here