We are delighted to offer partial and full summer sewing camp scholarships to children in our community. If you or someone you know is a great candidate for a camp scholarship, we encourage you to fill out the application. Applications must be completed by May 27. The recipents will be selected and notified by June … Continued
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Sign up for our spring BERNINA Q series longarm workshops! Learn ruler work, doodle quilting, and free motion modern feathers with our experienced instructors.
Quilting is both creative and functional. There are many beautiful quilts that serve their purpose on beds or couches. There are also those quilts that are made to be art. Luke Haynes has created quilts with an intentional visual purpose.
“There is so much to making a quilt. Our quilts are stories about who we are, what is going on in our lives and what matters most to us. I love everything about quilt making – the process, the colors, the textures, the history, the way it brings us together. I love that every quilt … Continued
Take home your dream machine(s) this weekend! Whether you are bundling a sewing machine and a serger or purchasing a top-of-the-line machine this is the financing event you’ll want to be a part of!
Our 2015/2016 Sewing Society is working through Handmade Style, the fabulous book by Anna Graham of Noodlehead. This month’s project we made a fabric basket, utilizing some of our favorite canvas and cotton fabrics. A basket like this is the perfect avenue to showcase beautiful, large scale prints.
Is it spring already? These bright and colorful quilts are having us dreaming of sunny days! Quilter and pattern designer, Vanessa Christenson created these quilts using her ombre fabric collection. This refreshing collection of quilts is on display in our studio through the end of the month!
Double the fun! We’ve got TWO upcoming workshops with amazing guest instructors, Libs Elliott and Christine Haynes. Make the graphic Weight of Love quilt with Libs Elliott or a playful Emery Dress with Christine Haynes this month! Libs is a creative designer and quilter based in Canada. Her quilts are randomly designed using a programming language … Continued
The Portland community of talented quiltmakers is top notch. This month we are thrilled to display a number of local quilts that were submitted to Quilt Con and didn’t make the cut, but they are no less creative and inspiring!
It’s always a pleasure to host quilts in our classroom gallery. However, it is something extra special when we have the opportunity to display quilts that have been made in this very space! Our 2015 Patchwork Society students created a stunning collection of quilts surrounding the idea of improvisational quilting. Michelle Freedman created and taught our year … Continued