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FREE Virtual Freestanding Lace Event presented by OESD
Sep 16, 11:00 am
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Calling all machine embroidery enthusiasts:
Join us for a Winter Wonderland, Sep 25 & 26


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FABRIC SWAP 2.0
It's that time again - clean out your bins and boxes and get ready for the 2nd bi-annual fabric swap. Quilting cotton scraps, yardage, precuts, garment fabrics, home decor, patterns, etc.  All collected fabric will be sorted and sealed in clear plastic bags which will be sold for only $5 each!  Out with the old and in with the new at a bargain price.  You'll receive a ticket for a free bag of fabric with your donation.

All proceeds will be donated to Pantry Plus More, a nonprofit organization that supports families across Monongalia County.  For more information on their mission:  https://www.pantryplusmore.org/

Fabric collection:  8/17 through 9/3.  Drop off your donations during normal store hours.
Fabric swap sale: 9/12, 12:00 - 3:00 pm.  Shop the swap!  $5/bag
Refresh your fabric stash while supporting a fantastic, local organization.
These cozies and bags make great gifts and are quick to sew. It's the perfect way to use your all-cotton fabric scraps while making gifts that your entire family will love. All cotton batting, fabrics, and thread are available for purchase at the shop. Stop by to pick up your supplies prior to class. Free patterns available for 6", 8", and 12" bowls, and a microwaveable bag that is big enough for two large potatoes.

Cost: $ 20.00
If the rich tones of autumn delight your heart, then you?ll love this Kimberbell original Embroider by Number project. Choose a single favorite color for this flower of fall centerpiece or three different fabrics to make variegated leaf blades. Crosshatch quilting and optional ribbon loops for hanging complete the mini quilt in all five sizes. From extra-small to extra-large, you?ll find many ways to display and use each one?coaster or mug rug, potholder or placement, seasonal ornament or home d?cor. The smallest size even makes an adorable pin cushion. Hoop sizes 4x4, 5x7, 6x10, or 8x12. Embroidery file available in multiple formats.

Cost: $ 25.00
These cozies and bags make great gifts and are quick to sew. It's the perfect way to use your all-cotton fabric scraps while making gifts that your entire family will love. All cotton batting, fabrics, and thread are available for purchase at the shop. Stop by to pick up your supplies prior to class. Free patterns available for 6", 8", and 12" bowls, and a microwaveable bag that is big enough for two large potatoes.

Cost: $ 20.00
Discover a Winter Wonderland, Kimberbell's two-day machine embroidery event! Create a Winter Cardinal Ornament from felt and dimensional foam, then leap into the season with a Dream Skate Felt Stocking. Stitch a Dear Santa Bench Buddy for a special North Pole delivery, and anticipate Christmas with our dazzling December Days Advent Calendar! Projects feature elegant whites, golds, crimsons, and creams, all made in 6x10 and 5x7 hoops with additional sizes available. From shiny Embroidery Leather to twinkling fairy lights, Kimberbell's Winter Wonderland is filled with magic and memories!

Cost: $ 189.00
Rulerwork is a quilting technique using thick acrylic quilting rulers to create exact, repeatable designs. Quilting rulers are used with a foot designed for rulerwork, as a guide for a line, a curve or a specific design. These techniques are not new to the world of quilting, most especially longarm quilting. Longarmers have been using rulerwork techniques for years. Now that we have a ruler foot for BERNINA domestic sewing machines, everyone is able to employ rulerwork techniques. Over the next nine months, we will explore many rulerwork techniques. Each month we will construct a 9 patch block with 2 borders. We will then quilt the block with the ruler technique presented that month. At the end of nine months, you will have the choice of constructing 9 20inch pillows or putting the quilted blocks together for a 60" x 60" quilt. Bring your sewing machine, rulers, and 9 patch blocks each month. Or, you may rent a table model Longarm for only $10 each class!

Cost: $ 90.00
It's time to put it all together and piece the blocks into a final top that measures 81" x 81". We'll review the suggested methods of quilting, which include straight line quilting with a walking foot, rulerwork quilting, and free motion fillers. Class price includes background fabric and use of a store machine for piecing (upon request). As time permits, we'll use the Q24 longarm to baste your quilt tops and prep them for easier quilting on your home machine.

Cost: $ 25.00
If the rich tones of autumn delight your heart, then you?ll love this Kimberbell original Embroider by Number project. Choose a single favorite color for this flower of fall centerpiece or three different fabrics to make variegated leaf blades. Crosshatch quilting and optional ribbon loops for hanging complete the mini quilt in all five sizes. From extra-small to extra-large, you?ll find many ways to display and use each one?coaster or mug rug, potholder or placement, seasonal ornament or home d?cor. The smallest size even makes an adorable pin cushion. Hoop sizes 4x4, 5x7, 6x10, or 8x12. Embroidery file available in multiple formats.

Cost: $ 25.00
Rulerwork is a quilting technique using thick acrylic quilting rulers to create exact, repeatable designs. Quilting rulers are used with a foot designed for rulerwork, as a guide for a line, a curve or a specific design. These techniques are not new to the world of quilting, most especially longarm quilting. Longarmers have been using rulerwork techniques for years. Now that we have a ruler foot for BERNINA domestic sewing machines, everyone is able to employ rulerwork techniques. Over the next nine months, we will explore many rulerwork techniques. Each month we will construct a 9 patch block with 2 borders. We will then quilt the block with the ruler technique presented that month. At the end of nine months, you will have the choice of constructing 9 20inch pillows or putting the quilted blocks together for a 60" x 60" quilt. Lesson 1: https://weallsew.com/rulerwork-for-beginners-series-part-1/ Bring your sewing machine, rulers, and 9 patch blocks each month. Or, you may rent a table model Longarm for only $10 each class!

Cost: $ 90.00

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