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Whether you're in the market for your first machine, or you're upgrading from an entry-level one, this class can help you narrow down your options. You'll determine what options you really need and which you might not know existed. No supplies are needed for this class.

Cost: $ 12.00
If you're interested in free motion quilting, there are some tools you need, and some that will make your experience much easier. In this session, we will discuss what the various feet are for, how to put them on your machine, and how to set your machine up for free-motion quilting. We will also discuss adjusting tension, marking tools, and make sure you're ready to begin free motion quilting!

Cost: $ 12.00
Get started in free-motion quilting! It's very rewarding to be able to quilt your own quilt. In this class, we will learn some basic patterns and fillers, and get you started on your free-motion journey. If you've never done any free motion quilting before, then this class is highly recommended.

Cost: $ 12.00
In this class, you will learn how to trim your quilt, as well as how to make and apply your binding, including joining the ends and how to hand stitch your binding down. You'll also learn how to figure out how much binding fabric you need for your projects.

Cost: $ 12.00
All sewing machines have the same basic functions, but they often look very different from machine to machine. This class will help demystify sewing machines for beginners, and help you understand tension and stitch functions. And if you?ve never used your automatic needle threader, we will get it figured out! Learn to give your machine a thorough cleaning and give it basic adjustments. We might even be able to save you a trip to the repair shop, or at least determine if it's necessary.

Cost: $ 12.00
If you?re ready to jump into quilting, there are a few must-haves, and lots of other options! In this class we will go over the basic tools needed to make your first few quilts, and what you might want to consider as your skills improve. We will also unabashedly discuss which brands work and which ones don?t, as well as how to keep your tools working as well as possible so you don?t have to replace them too often.

Cost: $ 12.00
Have you ever taken a foot out of your sewing machine and wondered what it's used for? You are not alone. This class will take you beyond your quarter inch foot and starting you on the right path toward using your machine to its fullest potential!

Cost: $ 12.00
Let?s face it, sometimes picking out fabric can be hard. There are so many choices that it?s hard to narrow it down. In this session we will discuss basic color theory and do some real live shopping at Blue Bar Quilts (virtually, of course). We will audition different fabrics to see what works best together.

Cost: $ 12.00
Before rotary cutters, most quilters used templates and scissors to cut their fabric. Lucky for us, Yoshio Akada invented the rotary cutter in 1979. But, as with any tool, it can be misused. In this class we will learn how to make sure our cuts are accurate, as well as how to use those rulers to their fullest.

Cost: $ 12.00
Let?s make sure those quilts fit together the way they should! We will start with testing your quarter inch seam allowance and making sure your pressing is only doing you favors. Then we will talk about nesting seams and when it?s best to press to one side or if it?s better to press open. If we have time, we will talk about piecing tricky angles and curves.

Cost: $ 12.00
Let?s put it all together! In this class we will discuss sashing and cornerstones, as well as keeping yourself organized while putting blocks together. We will also talk about adding borders (it?s not as easy as sewing it on and trimming it down to size) and creative ways to use fabric for backings.

Cost: $ 12.00
Learn how to baste your quilt without breaking your back! You can quickly and easily prepare your quilt for free motion quilting without crawling on the floor. This method works for any size quilt, and it for when you are going to quilt your project on your home machine. It is not necessary when you are going to send your quilt to a longarmer. This will primarily be a demo, though questions and discussion are welcome.

Cost: $ 12.00
Join Shannon Brand Ambassador, Jackie Hillman, for a virtual pillowcase workshop! Learn all the tips and tricks on how to sew with Shannon Cuddle. You will get a chance to win a kit during the class, ask questions, and much more. Using Cuddle or Cuddle Luxe, we'll make a simple, cute pillowcase. You will finish a pillow project during the class. Don't miss out, it'll be lots of FUN!

Cost: $ 5.00
Join Trisha for this skill-building, foundation paper pieced modern design by Sassafras Lane. The class fee includes the pattern booklet and 10 monthly classes. Choose your own fabrics or purchase full kits or monthly block subscriptions for the pictured quilts.

Cost: $ 135.00
Ever wanted to know how felters make those crisp lines and corners in a felt design? In this course, you will learn how to do just that! This course will teach you the difference between machine-made and handmade pre felts, how to make your own pre felts, and how to use your pre felts in your felting projects. Come learn how to make striking design effects and expand your felting skill repertoire. Kit is included and can be picked up at the shop or shipped.

Cost: $ 85.00