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Serger Club Serger Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, January 4, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Learn how to take a serger out of “park” and go for a test drive to see what it can do with a serger “driving” lesson.

Thursday, February 1, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    See how a serger can create a handy armchair caddy to hold your thread, needles, glasses, and remote to keep you hand stitching in your cozy chair this winter.

Thursday, March 1, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Learn the many ways a serger can make various quilting techniques simple and easy.
Embroidery Club Embroidery Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, January 11, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Learn to combine designs and multiple hoopings to build a large cohesive design. Use your new skills at home to stitch a stunning table runner featuring snowflakes.

Thursday, February 8, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Learn how to make a wall hanging for your creative space using chalkboard-look embroidery framed with a scalloped edge border. Learn about proper stabilization for pucker free multi-line embroidery.

Thursday, March 8, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Spring is just around the corner, so say goodbye to winter by making new hot pads. Learn valuable tips and techniques as you make this in-the-hoop project.
The Sewing Scene The Sewing Scene

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Saturday, January 13, from 10am-12pm
    Learn basic sewing skills for construction, quilting, and craft projects. Get tips and techniques to create a lip balm holder that's easily attachable to bags. Open to youth ages 10-18. Comes with free lip balm.

Saturday, February 10, from 10am-12pm
    Protect your tech. Learn the skills needed to stitch a case for your table that features a button closure. Adjust the size to fit your personal device. Open to youth ages 10-18.

Saturday, March 10, from 10am-12pm
    Store small supplies and stay organized. You pick the fabric to create a quilted tote complete with handy zipper. Open to youth ages 10-18.
Pre-cut Club Precut Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, January 18, from 10am-12pm or 3-5pm
    Create a fun and easy foundation-pieced tote using 5" fabric squares and the 6" Braid-on-a-Roll.

Thursday, February 15, from 10am-12pm or 3-5pm
    No feathers will fly when you combine 10" fabric squares with background fabric to appliqué a feather quilt. Get tips to make a colorful and easy quilt.

Thursday, March 15, from 10am-12pm or 3-5pm
    Take a new twist on panel quilts for a fun wall hanging. Learn the importance of pre-treating and accurate cutting and piecing.
Sewing Club Sewing Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, January 18, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Learn techniques to make and use piping and cording for pillow trim, accents, or jewelry making.

Thursday, February 15, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Stretch Your Elastic Options! Learn more about the types of elastic, where they work best and tips on how to stitch and use them in garments or craft projects.

Thursday, March 15, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Use scraps to create fun fabric bowls for daily use, gift giving, or décor.
Quilt-a-holics Club Quilt-a-holics Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, January 25, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Ready for a mystery? Make a mystery quilt in 2018. Each month will offer a new step in the quilt, starting with the fun of picking fabric colors.

Thursday, February 22, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Unlock another clue in the mystery quilt with assembly instructions, with a focus on piecing and pressing. Get tips on the best tools for pressing.

Thursday, March 22, from 1-3pm or 6-8pm
    Keep your mystery quilt investigation on track by staying organized with these tips.
5th Thursday Guys Club 5th Thursday Guys Club

Upcoming club meeting dates:

Thursday, March 29, from 6-8pm
    Express your creative side without feeling like an outsider. Instructor Mark Othmer, will explore various types of sewing and embroidery. One lucky attendee will take home an embroidered cap.