What would make your holiday table more festive this year? You guessed it – This holiday table runner you stitched all by yourself. We’ll show you how to make this holiday decoration for your dinner table in a style similar to the example.
The actual holiday theme and design is up to you, but we’ll teach you how to quilt fabrics together in a pattern and finish them off to be wonderfully attractive runner your guests will be oooing and aaahing over for years to come
Bring or Buy your fabric & supplies at the studio
Saturday Dec. 8th 2012 | 2:30-4:30pm|$35 (2 Make it & Take it Credits) | Sign Up
What would make your holiday table more festive this year? You guessed it – Personalized place mats you stitched all by yourself. We’ll show you how to make a set of four holiday themed place mats in a style similar to the above example. The actual design is up to you, but we’ll teach you how to quilt fabrics together in a pattern and finish them off to be wonderfully attractive and useful place mats.
Bring or Buy your fabric & supplies at the studio
Sunday Dec. 2nd 2012 | 2:30-4:30pm| $35 (2 Make it & Take it Credits) | FULL
There are literally hundreds of things you can do with an old sweater! In this class, we’re gonna show you about 5-10 super cool things you can do with it. Just bring in an old sweater of yours and you’ll have the opportunity to turn it into at least 2 or 3 different projects in this two hour class alone. Don’t believe us?
If the sweater is at least 50% wool, you can wash it with soap in hot water and then even throw it in the dryer before the class. This will obviously make it shrink and you’ll have less sweater to work with, but it will “felt” the fibers together making the wool more like actual felt, which can be pretty cool. But this is not a requirement.
We’ve got a simple yet elegant way to decorate your front door for the upcoming holiday season!
When you participate in our Holiday Fabric Wreath Workshop, you’re not gonna have to do a lick of sewing on the sewing machine. We’ll teach you how to make one of these simply divine holiday wreaths just by using a needle & thread, or hot glue if that’s what you prefer. The look of your wreath is entirely up to you and the possibilities are endless.
Supplies needed: -12″ Foam Wreath Form | Buy Online | Or recycle a pool noodle (seriously) -1/2 yard of any type of heavier weight fabric or felt to cover the wreath -scraps of fabric or felt to make fabric decorations for the wreath -buttons, notions, holiday decorations or whatever you can think of decorate your wreath – think creatively!
We’ve got a simple yet elegant way to decorate your living room for the upcoming holiday season!
When you participate in our Holiday Pillow Workshop, we’ll show you how to make a few different types of decorative throw pillow covers. You can bring in your existing pillows or covers and we’ll show you how to easily give your couch a facelift this Holiday Season.
Choose the Holiday applique decoration of your choice and then we’ll show you how to make the covers in the envelope style as well as the zipper style (easier than you think, we promise!)
What better way to get into the holiday spirit than to spend some time making an adorable stocking to hang over your fireplaces or in your apartment. In this Beginner & Intermediate level sewing workshop, you will learn how to design your own stocking pattern to your custom size & shape, as well as cut out the fabric & batting. For the more advanced stitchers, we will show you how to “quilt” and embellish your stocking to your hearts content.
Who doesn’t love counting down the days until Christmas with an advent calendar?In this two hour intermediate level sewing workshop, we’ll instruct you on how to make your very own custom designed fabric advent pocket calendar. We’ll show you the techniques used in creating this unique quilted wall hanging you can fill with holiday treats to enjoy everyday until Christmas.
Tuesday Nov. 27th, 2012 | 6:30-8:30pm | $35 (2 Make it & Take it Credits) | Sign Up
Since this class requires quite a bit of sewing, we’re starting it at 6:30. We’ll remain open until 9:30 that night for an extra hour of working on this project (at no additional cost). Those that don’t finish up the night of the workshop can use up to 2 complimentary open lab hours to finish up on another date
Supplies needed: 1 Yard of solid colored cotton fabric for front of advent calendar 1 Yard of solid or printed cotton fabric for front of advent calendar 2-4 coordinating 1/2 yard pieces of Christmas themed fabric 1 Yard of quilt batting
We’re holding this workshop plenty early so you can get your cards made with time to spare this holiday season. In this holiday crafting class we’ll teach you how to make personalized Holiday cards using paper, fabric, buttons & trim. This class can use the sewing machine if you sew choose. Or for those not wanting to stitch, the cards can be made with glue and by using some simple hand sewing.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, we’ll help you to make 4 of these simple holiday placemats. You’ll learn how to applique adorable turkeys in the corner, as well as how to construct the placemats using fabric and batting.