Spring has Sprung with a snowstorm! We are just starting a new session the first two weeks of April. There are a few spaces left, mainly in the kids classes. The next session will begin after May 19th. Sign up for our email newsletter to get notices.
The following pics are from 2009.Â These are just a portion of what students have accomplished here in their classes.
Emily sewed this top, of Batik fabric, from an Amy Butler pattern .
Eva traced this Neue Mode pattern, added seam allowance and made this top.
Izzy cut the fabric so that the circle was in the center of this lined bag.
Hannah Designed this bag for a friend. The squares are appliqued on the flap.
Aishah fussy cut this Amy Butler fabric to make this fabulous pillow.
This is the top view
Laura connected hand cross-stitched blocks together. They have images of scenes from Peter Rabbit.
Isabelle quilted the fabric and then made this cute triangle pouch.
Dee took her striped fabric, cut it into triangles and connected them to create this pattern on the pillow.
Jennifer made the piping and use 3 different fabrics to make this cushy bed. The cushion insert was purchased from L.L. Bean.
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