Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a three-hour intro to sewing class for one (a $73 value)
- $49 for a three-hour intro to sewing class for two (a $146 value)
Students walk into the three-hour class with a desire to learn, and walk out with a new set of skills and a self-made 12" pillow. They practice basic sewing skills with help from an experienced instructor, and create their own Sassy Triangles pillows with the included materials. The class ends with a trunk show of quilts and tote bags to inspire students to create pieces at home. Each student must be at least 14 years old and will need to bring their own sewing machine, neutral-colored machine thread, and one bobbin filled with the same thread.
Fabrics vary from those pictured above.
Among Friends Quilt Shop
Whether by outfitting customers with colorful materials and patterns, or teaching them how to sew quilts themselves, Among Friends Quilt Shop's creative staff enjoys aiding customers with their quilt-centric desires. Inside the 1,200-square-foot classroom, the shop's instructors lead quilting classes, ranging from beginners-quilting classes to those for more advanced students that focus on equipping students with the necessary skills to create fun quilts and home decoration items. Among Friends' online shop outfits shoppers with the materials they need to sew their own items, including fabric, kits, and patterns, and their physical shop stores more than 6,000 bolts of cotton fabrics and 1,000 book and pattern titles. Also inside the shop— named one of the top 10 quilting shops in the country in the Fall and Winter 2008 issue of Better Homes and Gardens' _Quilt Sampler magazine_— is a "Husband Parking Area" with seats and cable TV, a kiddie corner with toys, and a cafe that serves steaming cups of fresh coffee on the house.
100% of 11 customers recommend
“Very helpful, knowledgable, and generous staff. My class was small, which was perfect for the hands on learning needed. I left feeling as though I had truly learned...”
“Very helpful, knowledgable, and generous staff. My class was small, which was perfect for the hands on learning needed. I left feeling as though I had truly learned more than I expected and felt confident that I knew the basics of my sewing machine and piecework sewing (for a beginning sewing class).”