It takes 2 subtly different background fabrics and 5 fat quarters to make this contemporary baby quilt or wall hanging. Confident beginners will find the class helpful for this intermediate design.

Cost: $ 24.50


Take your newly acquired sewing skills to the next level. Using a simple pattern of your choice, learn about seam allowances, seam finishes, basic hemming, interfacing application and how to follow a pattern instruction sheet. This is a two session class. Example shown is "Little Something Jacket", pattern available at Quilter's Store Sedona.

Cost: $ 56.00
What fun to make fabric postcards that you can actually mail. It's hard to stop with just making one!

Cost: $ 21.00
A two session lecture/demonstration class for the experienced sewer or previous quilter looking for a refresher course with all of the latest basic techniques. Lots of class handouts and . patterns for a homework project are included.

Cost: $ 40.00
Foundation Paper Piecing will show you how to make intricate, accurate blocks with ease and precision. Anyone can do it! In this class you will make a block which can stand alone, or be combined for a larger beautiful block. You will also learn how to make fast, perfect half square triangles using Triangles on a Roll. Don't miss this chance to learn this useful technique!

Cost: $ 21.00
Seminole design was developed by the Seminole Indian tribe of Florida primarily for embellishing clothing. Dorothy Hanisko, in the introduction of her book, points out that the same techniques used to create one-of-a-kind clothing can be used to create one-of-a-kind quilts. By choosing four or five Seminole designs and using strips of varying widths and colors between the bands of those designs, dramatic results can be achieved.

Cost: $ 28.00