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It's an important, yet often forgotten, part of your quilt. Learn how to calculate, cut, and apply your binding, with special attention paid to the Dreaded Mitered Corner and achieving a perfect finish. Don't get caught in a bind - take this class and finish those quilts!

Cost: $ 40.00
You can almost hear the birds singing in this fresh-as-springtime wall hanging. Choose your cheeriest fabrics for this one -- it's easy to piece, thanks to the Mini Quick Curve Ruler, and it will make you happy all year long!

Cost: $ 60.00
Try this streamlined duffle for a carefree carry-on. The hard part is choosing your size (small, medium or large) and your style (square or rounded ends). After that, it's easy: flat construction, no hardware, and a super-simple zipper installation. After this class, you'll be good to go!

Cost: $ 60.00
An essential accessory for anyone with a sewing machine! The clear vinyl pockets keep all of your feet, needles, and small gadgets protected and accessible, while the zipper closures keep them safe and secure. Designed to hang on the wall by your machine or fold up for travelling, the foot folio allows you to always put your best foot forward!

Cost: $ 60.00
Pink Sand Beach is one of our favourite bag pattern companies, and the Hanalei Bag is a perfect example of why. It's a nice, ladylike size, but it holds a lot -- there are two good-sized pockets on the outside (one zipped for security) and six interior pockets -- and the instructions are crystal-clear. If you have a focus fabric that you want to show off, here's your chance!

Cost: $ 60.00
If you're intimidated by paper piecing, here's your chance to find Happiness! This wall hanging is small (38" x 38"), but it packs a punch: the class includes 13 different techniques, all guaranteed to ensure success. Suitable for both beginners and those with previous experience, Happiness 2.0 delivers what it says! Note: This is a two-part class. Also, kits are available.

Cost: $ 90.00
It's called a lunch bag, but it can be any kind of bag you want -- the water- and soil-resistant PUL lining makes it perfect for cosmetics, craft supplies, toiletries, you name it. The stay-open frame makes for easy loading, the oversized zip keeps it securely closed, and the exterior zippered pocket adds additional storage.

Cost: $ 60.00
This is the relaxed version of our machine quilting classes. Spread over three weeks, it allows you plenty of practice time with both feed-dog assisted and free-motion quilting. By the end of the course, you'll wonder why you were nervous!

Cost: $ 95.00
Try this great technique that will open up a whole new world for you! You'll take one large-scale, multi-hued fabric, cut it up, and rearrange the pieces to create a variety of fascinating kaleidoscopic designs. You won't recognize your original fabric, but you'll love the results!

Cost: $ 60.00
If you've been intrigued by the possibilities afforded by paper piecing (incredible precision, even with weird angles), this is the class for you! Perfect for those with no paper piecing experience, but rewarding even for more seasoned sewers. Pattern includes instructions and foundation sheets for four generous placemats and an extra-long table runner.

Cost: $ 50.00
This novice class starts from the basics -- preparing, measuring, and rotary cutting fabric, perfecting the elusive 1/4" seam, and pressing. It will then lead you through the process of making a sampler quilt that can be as funky or traditional as you like. You'll make a variety of traditional pieced blocks, along with some applique, and they'll all be assembled into a quilt top that you'll be proud to display as your first ever quilt. But not your last!

Cost: $ 190.00
This sampler introduces more advanced piecing techniques - acute angles, simple, complex and improvised curves, turned-edge applique, English paper piecing and foundation piecing - for the beginner who's ready to move on. A great opportunity to improve your skills while making a very interesting wall hanging (12 blocks on-point) or table runner (8 blocks, straight set). Note: This class runs over four sessions.

Cost: $ 120.00
A mid-sized crossbody tote with front zippered pocket, back slip pocket, zip top closure and reinforced base. This will be your go-to bag for everyday use! The handy short handles make for easy grabbing and the crossbody keeps you hands free! This bag is great for traveling and is perfect for keeping organized. Special features: front zippered pocket, top zipper closure, back slip pocket, interior slip pocket, crossbody adjustable strap, short handles for easy grab and go, and a reinforced base!

Cost: $ 60.00
So you've finished your Quilting I class. Now what? Learn how to sandwich a quilt top, batting, and backing and quilt it with basic straight line quilting using your machine's feed dogs to guide the layers. We may even throw in a few gentle curves for fun! You'll practice on muslin sandwiches in class, then you'll be one step closer to turning your QI top into a finished quilt!

Cost: $ 55.00
Give the traditional Drunkard's Path a modern spin : strip piece your fabrics to make your blocks (fat quarters and/or jelly rolls work perfectly), then cut them with gentle curves. Swap them out and sew them back together. That's it -- seams don't match, so the stress level is low, but the dynamic results keep the excitement level high.

Cost: $ 30.00
Made from batik strip pre-cuts, this is a beautifully graphic design made even more interesting by the dimensional curved accents. It's fun to make, and you'll love the curved technique.

Cost: $ 35.00
Perfect for pencils, sewing & craft supplies, trinkets, or other small treasures, these zippered pouches are fun to make and handy to have around. The boxy shape holds more than you'd think, the zipper keeps everything secure, and the basket handles make for easy handling and hanging (they also use up leftover zipper bits!).

Cost: $ 40.00