Creekside Quilting March 2019 Classes
Upcoming March Classes
Tuesday, March 5th: Sharon will be teaching Intro to English Paper Piecing from 1:30-3:30 pm Into to English Paper Piecing Hexies are popping up everywhere in sizes from ¼ inch up. Learn the easy technique of English paper piecing and join the fun of this technique. This great take along technique will help you make accurate grandmother’s flower garden blocks and a whole lot more.
Saturday, March 9th: Beginning Quilting Making Session 2 is from 1-4 pm with Pat H.
Sunday March, 10th: Countdown to Christmas Club from 1:15-3:45 Is there anyone else who had Christmas projects or gifts they wanted to make last year and did NOT get them finished? I sure did! I'd like to be more productive this year and be ready ahead of time instead of waiting until November and burning the midnight oil! I'm going to structure this club, just as we do the UFO's Friday Afternoon Club, where goal setting is a must! The club will run from March to November, and if we are attentive to our goals, we should have some Christmas projects and gifts ready for celebrating the season come December 2019!
Monday, March 11th: Spring Break Lunch and Learn Part 1 of 2: What To Do With All Those Scraps! from noon to 1pm. Diane T will be hosting a two part series on scrap quilts. This part one Lunch and Learn will show and tell her trunk show of scrap quilts and discuss how she sorts, prepares, and organizes all those scraps to make quilt making easier!
Tuesday, March 12th: Wool Club and there is always room for one more! noon to 4pm
Wednesday, March 13th: Spring Break Lunch and Learn, Our Love for 1930's Quilts from noon to 1 pm. Join Karen S. for lunch as she presents her Living History Farms workshop on Our Love for 1930's Quilts. Learn a little bit about the history of the 1930's quilts, the fabrics and the charm behind the quilts. What keeps us so intrigued with this era of quilt making 80 years later!
Thursday, March 14th: Spring Break Lunch and Learn Putting Personal Expression in Your Quilts from noon to 1pm Have you figured out the type and style of quilts you like or do you just buy kits of quilts that appeal to you? Do you keep making quilts you are just not sure of if they really fit who you are and your personality? Learn from Diane T. how to express your personality and style in the quilts you make. Learn how to add your personal touch and style to the kits you buy. Diane will go through some techniques and thought processes you can begin using when picking out projects, designing quilts, so that when you have completed the quilt, you love what you made and it is a reflection of who you are!
Friday, March 15th: Sit and Knit Club and there is always room for one more! 1-3pm
Saturday March 16th: Simple Whatnot's Club 10:30-11:30
Saturday March 16th: Lori Holt Technique and How to Measure Precisely for Little Pieces 1-4pm Lori Holt Technique and How to Measure Precisely for Little Pieces: Susie Hunkin, our Lori Holt expert, will be incorporating monthly Technique Classes into her year long Lori Holt sew along! We all know that cutting small pieces can be a challenge and when working on a Lori Holt quilt, it is important to be precise in the cutting! In March, Susie will be teaching how to measure precisely for cutting those little pieces. Susie will spend part of the class with discussion and the rest of the class time will be available for sewing and asking her questions. If you are already signed up for the Lori Holt year sew along, there is no charge for the class, if you would just like to attend certain months, the cost is $30. This is month one of a series of opportunities!
Sunday, March 17th: Patrick Lose Love and Luck Mug Mat 1:15-3:45 pm Patrick Lose Love and Luck Mug Mat: Come celebrate St. Patrick's day with Karen S. for an afternoon of fun in making the cute Patrick Lose Love and Love Mug Mat. Bring your embroidery machine, embroidery supplies, and your sewing supplies, and we will provide the download and fabric to get you started! This is a perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and have something to bring you luck throughout the year!
Monday, March 18th: English Paper Piecing Club and there is always room for one more! 1-4
Tuesday, March 19th: Binding Sister's Small Group starting at 1 pm
Wednesday, March 20th: Applique Sew in and there is always room for one more! 10-4
Thursday, March 21st: Spring Break Lunch and Learn Part 2 of 2: What To Do With All Those Scraps Diane T will be hosting a two part series on scrap quilts. This is part two of the Lunch and Learn series, and this time the show and tell will be all your's! Bring in a block you made using scraps and tell how you sort, prepare, and organize your scraps to make quilt making easier! Cost of Lunch and Learn Presentation is Free! Bring a sack lunch OR call us Thursday morning with your Mazatlan order and we will have it ready for you at time of class.
Saturday, March 23rd: Beginning Binding Basics class with Pat H from 1-4 pm Beginner Binding Basics Learn to prepare binding strips, attach them to your quilt edge, and turn mitered corners. We will also discuss a 2 color binding technique that can give your quilt binding a pop of color. Every quilter needs this class to give their quilts a nice finish
Sunday, March 24th: Kimberbell Watercolor Basics 1:15-3:45 Kimberbell Machine Embroidery Club: Embroidered Cards Watercolor Wishes Come join Karen S. for an afternoon of fun in making some cute spring greeting cards using the Kimberbell Embroidered Cards Watercolor Wishes machine embroidery designs! This is a perfect way to prepare some spring "Thinking of You" greeting cards or "Happy Easter"! 10 designs to choose from.
Monday, March 25th: Clothesline Club: We have had such an overwhelming request for more 1930's projects, that we are starting the Clothesline Club! We will meet monthly on the 4th Monday of the month from 1-4 pm. Each month we will focus on a 1930's block and it's history. We will also focus on a color of the month and hand out a scrap piece of reproduction fabric, that can be used in the next month's block. You can choose to make the focus 1930's block, or make a different one, using the scrap piece of reproduction fabric. By the end of the year, you will have made a minimum of 12 blocks to add to your 1930's quilt, and when people comment on your quilt, you can tell them a snip-it of history behind each block! Each month there will be show and tell, a teaching technique, history lesson, and time to sew! The cost is $20 for the year and if you bring a block each month for show and tell, you will receive the next month's pattern and color fabric free!
Friday, March 29th: UFO Friday Afternoon Club 1-4 pm
Friday, March 29th: Wine and Cheese Party Sit and Sip! 5-7:30 Come with a friend to sit, knit, embroidery or sew while enjoying an appetizer (or two) and sipping on a glass (or two) of wine. Pre-registration is required and cost is $5.00 per person at the door.
Saturday, March 30th: Tucker Technique Class: Wing Clipper Tool (Flying Geese) Rosella Hanson, a certified Tucker University instructor, will be doing a seven month series of Tucker Technique Classes. The first one is uses the Wing Clipper Ruler. Learn to make perfect Flying Geese blocks, in all sizes, using the Wing Clipper tool. 1-4 pm
All class fees go straight to the instructor. Due to the time each teacher puts into preparing for a class, no refunds will be made for canceling a class within one week of the class date. In the same respect, should we need to cancel a class due to not meeting the minimum amount of students, we will cancel the class one week prior class date and offer a full refund or a class credit toward another class.
Check out our website at www.creeksidequiltingiowa.com for more upcoming classes Our March schedule of classes is available at www.creeksidequiltingiowa.com