Young Adults & Teens
Young adults are welcome to take any of our classes. Anyone over the age of 14 can take classes at their skill level. For very beginners, we recommend classes that state they are for beginners. Once you have the basic skills, we encourage you to try any project that interests you.
$15 Instructor: Mary Ann Contri
Learn basic quilting stitches on a sampler piece. You will work with a 18" x 22" piece which you can keep as a practice sampler or make into a tablet toppet. Saturday, May 4, 10am-Noon. Materials needed: 2 Fat Quarters, metal thimble, 14-18" wooden hoop, thread.
$40 Instructor: Fran Kertesz
This darling little raincoat, suitable for sizes 3-14, is hooded and lined. See how easy it is to work with laminate fabrics. April 12 & 19, 1-4pm
$20 Instructor: Andrea Anderson
This large bag or basket is made with 2.5 inch strips made into coils, but with a much easier to use product than clothesline. Lots of fun to create but much prep work is needed. Plan to spend about 10 hours at home before class to create your coils. Tuesday, May 21 1-4 pm
SPRING FLING APRON
$30 Instructor: Mary Beth McCormack
This half apron is made of wedges to give it a nice flattering A-line shape. A mix of six coordinating fabrics and a wide zig zag gives it a fun fresh look. The book required for this class "Sew Serendipity" is loaded with other projects and how to's for the beginner to advanced sewer. Thursday, May 9, 10am - 2 pm
GIRLS UPDATED PEASANT DRESS
$30 Instructor: Sharon Donnaruma
The contrasting waist makes this classic peasant dress style unique and fun. Sharon always has great hints to make this dress special. This is an online pattern so will need to be purchased and downloaded before class. Ask for details when you enroll. Wednesday, June 5, 10 am – 2 pm
$35 Instructor: Sharon Donnaruma
Lots of pockets, lots of slots, and your choice of fabric, make this a perfect wallet. This is an online pattern, so be sure to get the info to purchase before class. Thursday, May 23, 10 am – 3 pm