This patriotic beauty was designed by Paula Barnes and Mary Ellen Robinson and uses the Freedom Rings fabric collection by Marcus Brothers. You will love getting together each month to create this 88" x 88" stunner.
Stonehenge Meets Jamestown
Using the modern Stonehenge fabrics along with the traditional Jamestown blocks, you will create a stunning 86" x 106" quilt. Use Marti Michell's tried and true templates to take out the guesswork.
Don't let diamonds scare you as you will become an expert and have fun doing it! This medallion quilt with a lone star center will make you fall in love with the southwest.
Ryokan (Japanese Inn)
East meets West in this tradional house quilt combined with 6" blocks. What a terrific way to branch out from the school house block.
This wallhanging is truly breath-taking. Each month create a stunning winter scene of colorful birds against a snowy background and get great tips to improve your applique techniques.
A wonderful way to learn or improve applique skills and create a gorgeous classic album quilt at the same time. Cindy will guide you in various floral shapes and embellishments to make your quilt unique!
Applique Study Group
Do you want to learn more about applique? All skill levels are welcome to come and learn to perfect your technique. Many of the group are finishing their Simple Gifts quilt, but the group has elected to work on individual projects.
Civil War Sampler
Using Barbara Brackman's book, Civil War Sampler-50 Quilt Blocks with Stories from History, journey through the pages to create a wall hanging or any size quilt you desire.
Each month one of Ruth's Stitchery's bag ladies will tackle the ins and outs of making a different bag of all shapes and sizes for many different purposes.
Knit A Long
Join Mimi on the second Wednesday of every month and let her help you with your knitting projects.
Join the fun every month as we master new techniques for embroidery with any embroidery machine. Learn about design, placement, stitch combinations, stabilizers and the effects of embroidery on different fabrics and fibers.
Handi Quilter Club
Handi Quilter Club is for owners of mid or long-arm sewing machines. Discuss various aspects of long-arm quilting and get great tips for your next project.
Join Barbara to learn the basic techniques of tatting or let her help you with ornaments, bookmarks or whatever you have in mind!
Let Sonya show you how much fun it is to work with wool and wool felt. Create small penny rugs or candle mats, quilts and other projects as you learn various techniques.
This is the last year that Lynette Jensen is creating year-long projects, so be sure to join us. Kits are available quarterly for Thimbleberries Club members to create four quilts along with bonus projects.
Are you stuck on what to do with your current project? Bring your UFOs or any machine sewing project and let Beth L. help you with the next step. There is a day-time or evening session and it's not necessary to stay the entire time.
Pioneer Women's Sewing Circle
Join Dena and the Pioneer Women's Sewing Circle to create classic blocks from Journey 1 from Heartspun Quilts. You will beinspired by quilts, wall hangings and table runners throughout the year.
Jelly Roll Party
Put those jelly rolls you've been collecting to good use! Each month, we'll make a quilt top using 2 1/2" strips plus one or more background fabrics. The class is free with purchase of pattern and jelly roll.