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Rhyme Time Block of the Month Club
Grandma's got a charming Redwork Quilt that you will love creating one block at a time. From Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star to Polly Put the Kettle On, there are 12 adorable 8" square redwork blocks, originally designed by Ruby Short McKim. Each month you'll receive the pattern, nursery rhymes, muslin, and floss to make one block. Two colors available: Turkey Red or Indigo Blue. Finished quilt is approximately 30" x 40". Click through for club details.

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Price: $9.99 per month   


Sweethearts Sampler Quilt
Say I Love You over and over again with Grandma's Sweethearts Redwork Sampler Club. Embroidered hearts, designed and/or adapted by Grandma Rachel from vintage redwork patterns, are easy to stitch and fun to create. Each month, you'll receive the fabric and floss you need to create an embroidered heart block. Finished size of the quilt is approximately 56" x 69". Click through for more details.

Price: $9.99 per month   

English Flower Garden Block of the Month
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Our English Flower Garden Block of the Month Club embraces the high romance of a traditional cottage garden. With its dense plantings of ornamental and edible plants, a bursting bunch of modern hybrids, luscious annuals and freely spreading perennials, these gardens are always breathtakingly beautiful. You can create your very own English Flower Garden one block at a time. Combining hand embroidery with color drenched batiks, these blocks will add a dazzling array of color to your home as you stitch your way through this 16 month journey. Each month, you will receive one ready-to-stitch embroidery block, batik fabric, and the floss needed to create one 10-1/2" block. Satisfying and unique, you'll love displaying this quilt in your favorite tea time spot. Click through for more club details.

Price: $15.99 per month   

Baskets of Olde Embroidery Club
What a cutie! You'll love embroidering this classic basket wall quilt. Straight out of the 1920s, it may be tiny, but it's packed with embroidery stitches! By PAB Designs, the stitches are easy to complete, including outline, lazy daisy and French knot. Each month you will receive the fabric and floss you need to construct one 6" square basket block. Finished quilt is 16" x 22. Click through for details on cost of this monthly program.

Price: $10.00 Start Up Fee   

Butterfly Beauties Block of the Month Embroidery Club
Let your embroidery skills take flight as you create these beautiful Butterfly Beauties blocks. Named after precious gems, each butterfly is unique. They can be used for miniature wall hangings, decorative potholders, or even grouped together to create a larger quilt. Fun to embroider, these butterflies make great gifts for family and friends. You receive a butterfly pattern on Transfer-Eze each month, convenient for stitching patterns without first having to draw them. You also receive the fabric and floss to create these beautiful projects, as well as a paper original. Click on the picture to view more details.

Price: $9.99 per month   

Patsy's Potholder Club
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Fun, fun, and even more fun! Patsy's Potholder Club is filled with fruits to make delicious pies. Guaranteed to keep you in stitches all year long, each month, you receive the supplies you need to create a scrumptious potholder. You also receive a recipe pamphlet filled with sweet treats to go with each potholder's theme. These are so much fun you'll want to keep them for your own kitchen, or give them as gifts to family and friends. Themes include applies, cherries, lemons, blackberries, chocolate cream, and key lime. Click through for club details.

Price: $12.99 per month   

J.F. Ingalls Roses Embroidery Club
Recreate the charming splendor of days gone by with beautiful roses from the late 19th Century. The J.F. Ingalls Roses Embroidery Club features hand embroidered roses adapted from the J.F. Ingalls Stamping Catalog of 1887. They can be used for miniature wall hangings, decorative potholders, or even grouped together to create a larger quilt. Fun to embroider, these roses are great gifts for family and friends. You will receive a rose pattern on Transfer-Eze each month, convenient for stitching patterns without first having to draw them. You also receive the fabric and floss to create these beautiful projects, as well as a paper original. Click through for club details.

Price: $9.99 per month   

Stitches from the Harvest
Inspired by the warm colors and welcoming textures of autumn, 15 new embroidery projects await your needle and thread. Stitch jaunty squirrels, whimsical birds, and a bevy of fall fruit and leaves onto little projects, including a pillow, tote, table runner, needle book, pincushion and more. Clear instructions, helpful tips and beautiful original artwork are all included. Author: Kathy Schmitz; Martingale Press; 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $24.99    

American Quilt Treasures
This book is all about historic quilts from the International Quilt Study Center and Museum, the largest public collection of quilts in the world. You'll explore the spectacular colors, rich textures, and cherished traditions of 65 of America' most remarkable quilts, each a part of their permanent collection. Martingale Press; 144 pages; hard cover.

Price: $34.99    

Distinctive Dresdens
Dresden Plate designs can be made into a variety of different styles and sizes. The author shows you how you can sew each stunning Dresden or on a sewing machine or by handing using English paper piecing. She has done the math for you so that all you have to do is trace, cut and stitch for piecing that is a perfect fit. Projects include a table runner, Christmas tree skirt, lap quilt, wall quilt, pillows and place mats. Author: Katia Marek, Martingale Press; 96 pages; softcover.

Price: $26.99    

I Love Star Blocks
If you like Star blocks, you will love working with the patterns in this book. There are 16 projects, each using a quilter's favorite star blocks. Clear instructions and diverse designs, ranging from modern and bright to traditional and scrappy are included. Authors: Various; Martingale Press; 80 pages; softcover.

Price: $24.99    

Class - Sew Fun Upcycle Challenge Class
You're going to love participating in this fun project! On Friday, you will go shopping at a local recycle type store. Once you're there, you look for a textile project that you can improve upon with your own creative talent and skills. You'll plan out what you want to do with your new found treasure and then Saturday you'll spend the day sewing up a project you'll be proud to display, wear, or give away--your choice of project. Becky will help you explore your creativity. Becky Lindquist, Instructor. Friday and Saturday, December 1 & 2; 10:00 am--4:00 pm.

Price: $20.00    

Class - Apple Harvest Paper Piecing
If you've ever wanted to learn how to paper piece, this class will teach you what you need to know. Cheryl teaches you how to make a cute apple wall hanging while learning this creative technique. Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Thursday, November 16; 10:00 am--4:00 pm. Class fee includes pattern.

Price: $25.00 per session   

Class - Bagello Quilt 2
Full of motion, with its waves and curves, Bargello quilts look incredibly difficult to make. Quilt Artist Pat Lee will show you how to easily create this beautiful quilt. Your family and friends will be amazed! Terrie can help you choose the perfect fabric for this class. Pat Lee, Instructor. Two Saturdays, October 14 and November 11; 10:00 am--3:00 pm.

Price: $75.00    

Class - Stack 'n Whack Pinwheels
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Love those beautiful kaleidoscope quilts but think they're too hard to make? Cheryl will show you how to be successful creating this amazing quilt. Using Bethany Reynold's "Magic Stack 'n Whack" method, the design appears before your very eyes--almost like magic. She will have you "stacking 'n whacking" in no time. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. Two Tuesdays, September 19 and 26; 10:00 am--4:00 pm. (Price includes cost of the book.)

Price: $60.00    

Class - Bailey Island Hobo Bag
This bag is comfortable and easy--just like an island vacation. It is made using leftover batting and fabric strips. Incredibly versatile and really fun to use, Cheryl will take you step-by-step through the creation of a bag you'll love to use. Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Two Sessions Available. 10:00 am--4:00 pm.

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Price: $45.00    


Class - Becky's Aprons
Becky makes the most gorgeous aprons! You'll love learning Becky's creative ideas as you stitch up an apron that is fun, funky and incredibly fabulous! Becky Lindquist, Instructor. Thursday, September 14; 10:00 am--4:00 pm.

Price: $35.00    

Class - Applique Open Sew
Cheryl will lead you through the basics of fusible web applique. You can use Grandpa's Farm Block of the Month for the blocks and inspiration, you will learn the basics will creating a gorgeous full-size quilt. Alternatively, bring your own project to work on. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. Tuesdays, September 12; November 14; December 12; 10:00 am—4:00 pm.

Price: $5.00 per session   

Quilt Club - Stories of Oregon Towns and Founders 3
In our third session of Towns and Founders Quilt Club, we are continuing our focus on the towns and founders within the state of Oregon. Grandma Rachel will guide you through the fascinating history of these towns, how they got their names, their early history, and more. You'll receive quilt block patterns, an informational newsletter and other entertaining handouts. After each session, there is a fabulous FREE lunch of soup, salad and dessert. Rachel Greco, Instructor. 2017 Dates: 9/23; 10/21; 11/18 & 12/16. Class: 10:00--11:30 am followed by a free lunch.

Price: $10.00 Start Up Fee   

Quilt Club - Let's Make Cake!
"A party without a cake is just a meeting!" At least that's what Julia Child said. With that in mind, Grandma is baking up a club full of cake this year! And we've got a heaping helping of fun to go with it. Each month you'll find cake-inspired quilt blocks while learning that the history of cake is actually the history of an evolving world. Lively amusement at every monthly meeting, door prizes, cake recipes and more! Classes begin September 7/8/9, 2017. Click through for more details

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Price: $0.00 Joining Fee   


Embroidery Club - Machine Embroidery with Alice
If you love free motion embroidery, you will love the opportunity to sew with Embroidery Artist Alice Morris each month. Her Free Motion Machine Embroidery Club explores embroidery techniques. Alice helps you build your skills and the camaraderie cannot be beat! Note: Free Motion Machine Embroidery is a prerequisite for joining this club. Alice Morris, Instructor. Tuesdays, September 5; October 3; November 6 & December 5. 9:30 am--Noon.

Price: $5.00 per session   

Class - Open Sew
Come sew with Cheryl! For intermediate to advanced skill level, when you're looking for good company and a little assistance with projects you are working on. Cheryl will be in the classroom to offer assistance on many different types of projects, including sewing, quilting and embroidery. $5 per class you attend. Every Monday, September 11 through December 18; Every Wednesday, September 6 through December 27. Evening Open Sew Class, Thursdays, September 21; October 19; November 16 & December 21. 4:00-9:00 pm

Price: $5.00 per session   

Class - Murder Mystery Mini Retreat
The Blackwell family, friends and associates of the late County Blackwell gather for dinner and the reading of his Last Will and Testament. The Count's mysterious death occurred just the night before, when his remains were discovered in the library by his wife Elenor around 1:00 am. Secrets are about to be revealed. You are both a suspect and a detective. Help solve the murder and discover who is the perpetrator as you make a small wall quilt. This is an absolutely fun-filled retreat with camaraderie, door prizes and refreshments of all kinds. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. Two sessions available. (Sign up early as class is limited to 10 per evening and fills up fast!) 6:00 pm - Midnight. Pattern is included in class fee.

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Price: $50.00    


Class - Fabric Tinting with Terrie
Local quilt artist Terrie Kygar has created a new technique for tinting fabric that you are going to love. She'll show you her Brush-n-Blend technique for coloring on fabric wit Crayola Crayons. She will also show you how to embellish with embroidery, or alternative embellishments if embroidery is not your thing. Come find out what it's all about. Terrie Kygar, Instructor. Thursday, December 14; 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Class fee includes traced on fabric ready for color and pattern.

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Price: $40.00 per session   


Class - Free Motion Embroidery
Award winner Alice Morris will show you how to turn your sewing machine into an artist's paintbrush using threads as your medium. You'll be amazed at what you can create using Alice's confidence-building techniques. Alice Morris, Instructor. 4 Tuesdays, Oct. 10; 17; 24 & 31. 9:30 am-Noon.

Price: $60.00    

Class - Basic Clothing Construction
Choose any pattern you want to make. Mare will show you how easy it is to make clothing for yourself. You'll learn the basics of clothing construction, as well as how to customize the pattern to suit your own unique personality. If you've ever wanted to learn how to sew clothing, this is your class. Mare Goeger, Instructor. September 21; October 19; November 9; December 28; 10:00 am-4:00 pm.(Two classes are only $25.)

Price: $15.00 per class   

Class - Basic Beginner Blocks
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Start at any time! Everyone was a beginner at one time or another! And what better way to learn the absolute basics of quilt making than with Aunt Cheryl. With over 20 years of quilting experience, she's seen it, sewn it, ripped it out and sewn it over again! Taking you step-by-step (and patiently) through a variety of simple quilt blocks, Cheryl will teach you accurate measuring, cutting and sewing methods, working with you one-on-one until you gain the skills and confidence that you need to be a confident beginner. Once your quilt blocks are constructed, you'll learn how to add sashing and borders to create your very own quilt top. Speak with Cheryl to get started at any time! Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Fridays, September 29; October 13; November 10 & December 29; 10:00 am--4:00 pm. First Class includes cost of book; then $5.00 per session after that.

Price: $45.00 per session   

September 2017 Feature Fabric Bundle
September 2017's Feature Fabrics are from the Little House on the Prairie collection by Andover. The colors are blacks, browns, pinks, greens, teals and golds which can be combined to create beautiful 19th century reproduction style projects. There are 10 prints in all. 100% cotton.

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