Class - Doll-Making 101 (Session 1)

This two-part class (Saturdays Sept 22nd and 29th) teaches you how to create a doll with its own personality!

In the first session, Carlin gets you started on the body of the doll - one that can be used for a variety of characters. In the second session you learn about costuming your creation. If needed, a final followup session will be scheduled.

Carlin has had a love affair with dolls – especially rag dolls - and puppets ever since she can remember.  When Jim Henson came along, she lost her heart to the Muppets, the fantasy and whimsy of doll and puppet making, and the joyous spirit they represent.  It was also when working on her master’s degree in Art Therapy that Carlin discovered how puppets, dolls, and their creation could not only free the heart but help to heal the wounded spirit.

To quote Carlin – “My characters dance through my imagination in a daily Mardi Gras of color and vibrancy and I love bringing them to life through my dolls and puppets. My greatest wish is that my little characters may touch a few hearts and bring a loving smile and memory to anyone who connects with them.”

A supply sheet will be available shortly.

Saturday, September 22 -- 9:30am
Carlin Davis
$30 (includes all sessions)

Class - Jelly Roll Rug

Make a colorful area rug from a 'Jelly-Roll' bundle (forty-two (42) 2-1/2" x WOF strips). No wrapping, braiding, weaving, or crocheting. Just pure sewing bliss! 

The rug finishes as an oval, approximately 30" x 44". You can use a pre-cut selection or make it scrappy, using up all those odds and ends of strips you have in your stash.

Thursday, October 11 -- 9:30am to 3:30pm

Class (Sew Days) Quick Zip Bag

A great little bag for a variety of uses!

What you  need:

  • 1 or 2 fat quarters of fabric (you can use the same fat quarter for outside and lining but it's nice to have two different fabrics for variety)
  • 1 or 2 zippers measuring 14"
  • 1/3 yard fusible fleece for batting (makes 2)
  • Thread to match the fabric


Saturday, October 13 -- 9:30am

Class - Fold 'n Stitch Wreath

Back by popular demand! This easy project can turn into a dimensional wreath, a candle mat, or a fun table topper - you decide! Easy enough to whip up in a day. Create one for the upcoming seasons.

Have you seen the new leaf shapes for the Fold 'n Stitch wreath? You can make either wreath option in the class. We have patterns as well as the precut foam pieces that are required.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner



Tuesday, October 16 -- 9:30am to 3:00pm
Maureen Smart

Class (Sew Days) - Card Case

This tri-fold case is the perfect “gift wrap” for gift cards. Your fabric choice can personalize the case for any occasion. The Card Case also makes a great holder for the loyalty cards issued by your favorite stores.

 In this project you learn to sew with paper, work with fusible and install snaps.

What you need:

  • 1 fat eight fabric for outside of case
  • 1 fat eight fabric for inside of case
  • 2 rectangles of Steam-a-Seam2 5" by 8 1/2"
  • 1 Dritz Snap Setter Tool with snaps (available at The Quiltery)
  • 14" of Ribbon
  • Thread to coordinate with fabric


Thursday, October 18 -- 9:30am

Class - Intro to Wool Applique

This class is an introduction to wool appliqué that includes making a 6” square block by designer Sue Spargo.  Although the pieces have been pre-cut for you, Kim teaches you about:

  • Cutting your wool for a pattern
  • Adhering pattern pieces to a background in preparation for embroidery

Kim also discusses:

  • Needles and flosses - their sizes and applications.
  • Basic stitches and other stitches needed to complete this project
  • Ideas for using the completed block

Supply List:

  • The wool kit, available when you come to class. You can choose from one of the four colorways shown in the image
  • A hand sewing kit (it you have one)
  • A thimble if you use one, and your embroidery scissors. 
  • Needles are provided for the class, but you are also welcome to bring what you already have.
  • Lunch for yourself or a snack - or you can pick up something in Fairfield

Friday, October 19 -- 9:30am
Kim Kerschl
$20 includes class materials

Class - Carpenter's Star

This popular quilt pattern is stunning in its simplicity. It can be colored in so many different ways--and is easy to make-- with no Y seams and no diamonds to contend with! 

Supply List

  • "Carpenter's Star" pattern by Debbie Maddy (available at The Quiltery)
  • Machine in good working order; extra needle
  • Sewing supplies (rotary cutter, scissors, pins, etc.)

Fabric requirements for a 70" x 70" lap quilt:*

  • Star, ring & scrappy border - 8 Fat Quarters
  • Background and first border - 11/2 yds
  • Second border is scrappy border
  • Outside border and same binding - 2 yds
  • Contrasting binding (optional) - 3/4 yds

*The pattern includes fabric requirements for a 36"  36" Wall Quilt and a 90" x 102" Queen Size Quilt


Wednesday, October 24 -- 9:30am
Carol Schoner

Class (Sew Day) Tool Caddy

Create this tool caddy to keep everything you need At Your Fingertips!

The support for the tool caddy is a 5” by 7” acrylic picture frame. The front pockets are gathered to allow thicker items to be stored. The middle pocket is flat to hold things securely. The back pocket is perfect for tall items including rulers and patterns. You can customize your pockets to hold the tools you want to store.

What you need:

  • 1 Acrylic Photo Frame (available at The Quiltery)
  • 1/4 yard backing
  • 1 Fat Eighth Front Pocket
  • 1 Fat Eighth 2nd Pocket
  • Thread to coordinate with fabric
Saturday, October 27 -- 9:30am

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