6 Hour Class Schedule...

Sunday / 6 Hour Classes

 

Pea and Daisy Pinwheel – Susan O’Connor

Surface Design Fun –Rae Cumbie

Threads, Needles & Bobbins, Oh My! – Terri Click (Machines Furnished)

Flower Center Piece – Deb Canham (Sergers Furnished)

Little Bits – Shelly Smola

 

 

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Pea and Daisy Pinwheel – Susan O’Connor

Surface embroidery

 

Pinwheels were one of the traditional ways of carrying essential pins in earlier centuries and this charming example features favourite plants of the Elizabethans; peas and English daisies on the pinwheel front and a single pea on the back. The embroidery is further highlighted with a scattering of gleaming gold paillettes. Stitched onto pure silk satin with superb French silk threads, this dainty needlework accessory will make the perfect gift - if you can bear to part with it! Stitches covered - split stitch, satin stitch padding, satin stitch, stem stitch, detached chain, French knot, blanket stitch, coral stitch

 

Kit includes: Silk fabric, silk thread, needles, pins, paillettes, class notes

 

Student Requirements: 4" quality embroidery hoop with inner ring bound, embroidery scissors, magnification and lighting if required

 

 

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Surface Design Fun – Rae Cumbie

 

Spend a playful day with Rae Cumbie as she introduces you to her favorite surface design techniques for clothing, quilts and other fabric creations.  It will be just like summer camp as you make a series of original, soft fabric postcards, pockets or patches.  Try out oil based paintsticks and liquid acrylic paints:  stenciling, drawing and rubbing with these easy to use paints on a variety of fabrics.  Experiment with raw edge collage and boro stitching, creating hand or machine stitched fabric collage.  Be inspired by a trunk show of accessories and clothing with embellished with these techniques. You will be ready to embellish your wardrobe, handbags, gifts and quilts.

Appropriate for all skill levels, machine and hand stitching.

 

Kit: Postcard sized fabric in in a variety of weaves, weights, interfacing supports and trims.  Use of instructor’s paint, brushes, fabrics and threads to choose from for painting and collage projects.

 

Materials required: Sewing machine, hand sewing needles you prefer, fabrics for experimentation in cotton, knit, rayon, etc.  Optional - fabrics with medium or large motifs that can be cut out and trims to match.  Apron or old shirt to protect clothing when painting.

 

 

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Threads, Needles and Bobbins, Oh My! – Terri Click

 

Learn to use specialty thread in your sewing machine. From Perle Cotton to Metallic thread. The right combination of thread, needle and bobbin can make using decorative threads a success!

We will make a small crazy patch sewing pouch with all that we learn.

 

Students Needs: Basic sewing supplies. Have a few empty bobbins, along with notebook and pen so you can record all your settings for future use.

 

 

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Flower Center Piece – Deb Canham

 

This is a fun project on the serger using the following techniques.  Working with wire, Decorative threads, 3 thread narrow.

 

Kit includes: Everything except regular serger thread.

 

Students need to bring to class:

4 regular serger threads in pink and green (2 of each is fine)

Elastic Foot and regular foot.

Microtex needles.

 

 

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Little Bits – Shelly Smola

 

I LOVE to applique, and when I sew I get a pile of fabric scraps next to my machine (or on the floor). Solution? Little Bits! These fabric holders are designed to hang near your machine for quick storage for your little bits of fabric or trim. When I'm done sewing making, there will be a mini bin for each of my favorite colors (I'll use the one that says "Fabric" for the colors I don't use often). In this class, you can choose to make either “Little Bits of Fabric” or “Little Bits of Trim.

 

Student Supply List:

5x7 hoop, Soft Cut Away stabilizer—enough for 5 hoopings

Wash Away Mesh stabilizer—enough for 1 hooping

505 Adhesive Spray, Small ruler, Rotary cutter

Small cutting mat that will fit next to your machine

80/12 or 90/14 sharp embroidery needles

90/14 or 100/16 sharp sewing needles

Sewing Thread , Bobbin thread

Several bobbins full of bobbin thread, Straight pins or clips

Embroidery presser foot, Regular sewing presser foot, ¼” presser foot, and button foot

Embroidery nips (or small scissors), Small travel iron

 

Kit Includes:

Fabric, Sashing, Batting, Buttons, Embroidery Designs

The embroidery thread will be provided, but feel free to bring your favorite colors!

 

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Monday / 6 Hour Classes

 

Monograms – Susan O’Connor

Jeans – The Defining Details – Rae Cumbie

Cross Body Bag with Wool Embroidery – Terri  Click (Machines Furnished)

Serger Cache with Zippered Lid – Deb Canham  (Sergers Furnished)

Girls Gotta Sew Bag – Shelly Smola

 

 

 

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Monograms – Susan O’Connor

 

Kit includes: White linen fabric, threads, needles, class notes

Description: Monograms provide a source of infinite fascination for the embroiderer. Regardless of changing styles and fashion, the monogram has maintained its place as a symbol of elegance and refinement: a subtle mark of ownership. Traditionally monograms were worked in beautifully smooth, highly padded satin stitch and were a testament to the skill of the needleworker. Nothing sets a project apart like a beautifully worked monogram, beautifully stitched with smooth lines and a glossy surface. In this class we will look at two very different but equally effective ways of creating beautiful stitched letters while creating dainty scented sachets, Techniques covered include: split stitch, padding, satin stitch, raised stem stitch, padded satin stitch, raised close herringbone stitch

 

Student Requirements: Two 10cm (4") quality wooden embroidery hoops with the inner ring bound, heat-soluble fine marker, embroidery scissors, magnification and lighting if required

 

 

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Jeans – The Defining Details – Rae Cumbie

 

If you want to sew jeans, you must master the details that make them iconic.  Stitch up a jean sample that includes pockets, seams, a fly front jean zipper and waistband.  Learn the critical techniques and tools needed for successful construction and topstitching so your jeans look authentic.  Consider fit and design options for future pants as you stitch up this classic sample.  If desired, stitch up your sample into a handbag or tote bag.

Appropriate for students comfortable sewing on their sewing machines.

 

Kit Includes: 3/4 yard of denim fabric, ¼ yard of cotton broadcloth,  zipper, interfacing, patterns for sample and for bag finishes

 

Materials required: Sewing machine, zipper foot, denim needles in 90 and 110, gold jean topstitching thread, blue multipurpose thread.

 

 

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Cross Body Bag with Wool Embroidery – Terri Click

 

This Cross Body Bag will hold your basic daily needs, cell phone, wallet and lipstick. There is a secret pocket for added security to stash a bit of cash (making it easier to send in the vending area!)

Student Requirements:

Sewing/embroidery machine with a 4x4 or 5x7 hoop required. Basic sewing supplies. Design will be given to you prior to class for you to be prepared with it on your machine.

 

Student Supplies:

Basic sewing supplies, sewing machine (in good working order) with all feet.

 

 

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Serger Cache with Zippered Lid – Deb Canham

 

This is a fabric container with a zippered lid.  Techniques include working with wire, inserting a zipper on the serger, piping, quilting with chain stitch and using decorative threads and wave stitch.   Kits will include everything except for Serger thread.

 

Student Supplies: will need to bring 4 spools of regular serger thread.

Feet – they will require cording foot, regular foot and elastic foot.

 

 

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Girls Gotta Sew Bag – Shelly Smola

 

Organize your small sewing supplies with this sweet trifold case. It measures about 5" x 7", so it's perfect to keep in your purse or take on the go. The vinyl pockets make it easy to find your supplies, and the little pockets (hidden under the flap) hold even more goodies. The Velcro closure makes it easy to open and close. Each section is made in the hoop, then assembled. The zippers are even finished in the hoop!! You can choose from two flap designs: A Girl's Gotta Sew or Girls on the Sew

 

Kit Includes: Fabric, Sashing, Batting, Vinyl, Zippers, Velcro, Embroidery Designs

The embroidery thread will be provided, but feel free to bring your favorite colors for the sewing motif.

 

Student Supplie List:

5x7 hoop,Soft Cut Away stabilizer—enough for 4 hoopings

Wash Away Mesh stabilizer—enough for 3 hoopings

505 Adhesive Spray, Small ruler, Rotary cutter

Small cutting mat that will fit next to your machine

80/12 or 90/14 sharp embroidery needles, 90/14 or 100/16 sharp sewing needles

Sewing Thread, Bobbin thread, Several bobbins full of bobbin thread

Straight pins or clips, Embroidery presser foot , Regular sewing presser foot

¼” presser foot, Embroidery nips (or small scissors), Small travel iron

X-Acto blade, Fray check

 

 

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Tuesday / 6 Hour Classes

 

Heirloom Sewing Machine Mat – Susie Gay

 

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Heirloom Sewing Machine Mat – Susie Gay

 

Sew beautifully and efficiently with this unique 28”-wide sewing mat for your machine! Lots of pockets give you so much room for your notions and supplies. They’re made from different sized strips from your own heirloom fabrics. Find your smaller notions fast in see-thru vinyl pockets. Add the Thread Catcher and matching Pincushion, and you’ve got a fantastic, organized sewing system to go under your machine. It’s great to take to class with pockets already filled, and easily folds into most sewing machine carriers tucked next to your machine. The best part is using the pre-quilted white fabric so you can put your creative energy into the pockets, pincushion, decorative stitches and thread catcher: it’s just plain fun making this set! Students will learn bias basics, neat tricks using washable tape, a great way to fold over and end bias over bias, and work with boning. We will also cover heirloom machine basics: entredeux to fabric, roll and whip edge, gathering lace, gathered lace to beading (entredeux), lace rosettes. Students will supply their own coordinated heirloom fabrics, matching threads and two buttons to go with the white, double-sided cotton quilted fabric.

 

Skill Level Required: From beginner to advanced, this is a fun way to make something useful and unique for yourself using heirloom sewing techniques.

 

Student Supplies (besides Basic Sewing Supplies):  Sewing machine in good working order with embroidery stitches; narrow edge stitch and ¼” feet; Universal 70 machine needle; mat, rotary cutter, 18”+ ruler; 1”-wide bias tape maker; ⅝ yd printed Liberty Lawn (or similar fabric) for bias and pattern pieces plus 4-5 of ⅛-¼ yd each of other related Liberty lawns (or similar weight) fabrics to coordinate; 1 spool ¼”-wide ribbon to coordinate; 1-3 spools embroidery thread to go with fabrics; two ¾-1”-wide buttons to go with fabrics; spool of white 50 or 60wt thread; ¼”-wide Wash Away Wonder Tape; ribbon bodkin; paper scissors; point pusher. Optional: Teflon coated foot.

 

Kit Includes: 1 yd of double-sided white quilted cotton fabric, 1 yd 1½”-wide white Swiss insertion, 1 yd ¾”-wide white Swiss insertion, 1 yd white entredeux, 2 yds white Swiss beading, 1¼ yd ⅝”-wide cotton lace edging, piece of white Kona cotton, piece of 12-gauge vinyl, boning, piece of Pellon 809 stabilizer, 3” piece white hook & loop tape, 1 cup ground walnut shells, pattern with fully illustrated instructions.

 

Teacher Comments: Please don’t hesitate to contact Susie at sgay@berryhillheirlooms.com if you have any questions.

 

Additional Kit Cost:   $22.00

 

 

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Wednesday / 6 Hour Classes

 

Silk Ribbon Sampler – Susie Gay

 

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Silk Ribbon Sampler – Susie Gay

Hand Embroidery

 

Explore the ins and outs of silk ribbon embroidery while learning these basic ribbon stitches: Japanese Ribbon, Lazy Daisy, Straight, Fly, Spider Rose, Beaded Loop and Beaded Loop Flower.  Basic embroidery stitches are stem or outline and bullion.  Four beautiful, colorful beaded floral motifs will be completed on this linen sampler using the finest hand dyed silk ribbons available.  Throw in a cute ladybug and a butterfly and this gorgeous sampler is finished!

 

Skill Level Required: This class is great for beginners, and relaxing fun for all!

 

Kit Includes:  Irish linen fabric square, exquisite hand-dyed silk embroidery ribbon in two widths and several colors, small packages of beads, selection of cotton floss, two each of chenille and crewel/embroidery needles, one milliner, and fully illustrated instructions with photographs.

 

Student Supplies: Fineline (0.5mm) mechanical pencil, 7” round embroidery hoop, extra lighting and magnification.

 

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Thursday / 6 Hour Classes

 

A Handy Construction Compendium: Details Count Part 2 – Cindy Foose

Delightful Daisies – Vaune Pierce

Summertime Baby Dress – Susie Gay

Loves Me – (Stumpwork) -  Susan O’Connor

 

 

 

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A Handy Construction Compendium: Details Count Part 2 – Cindy Foose

Honing one’s sewing skills is an ongoing quest. The twelve construction techniques and tips

collected for in this six-hour class are guaranteed to lend polish and a professional touch to every

construction project. It is actually Part 2 of one of my most popular classes, Details Count!.

Offered in a notebook-class format, the hands-on activities produce samples for inclusion into a

handy, fully-diagramed, instructional binder to keep for quick referencing. The wide range of

topics include a delve into the effects and importance of a fabric grain lines by executing and

examining the dramatic differences in look and performance of cross-grain, bias-grain, and

lengthwise-grain cut ruffles; an in-depth look at ways to gather fabric based on its

particular/peculiar qualities; stitching secrets for curves, corners, and edges; and whole lot more.

All of the tips and tidbits are useful, interestingly enlightening, and appealing to all skill levels.

 

The kit includes: A loose-leaf binder filled with fully diagramed instructions for each of the twelve techniques; prepared materials for completing the in-class, hands-on activities; and additional items related to the class information.

 

Students should bring: A zig-zag sewing machine in good working order along with these feet (most of which are standard with many machines): all-purpose, zipper, buttonhole, blind-stitch, edge-stitch, favorite piping foot, gathering foot, and rolled hem.

 

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Delightful Daisies – Vaune Pierce

 

Springtime and summer bring a bevy of flowers and Delightful Daisies is the perfect dress for the season!  The pale blue Fine Japanese windowpane cotton is scattered with tiny starbursts, lending a light and airy look.  The Chain feather stitch with French knots embellishes the bodice, reminiscent of a growing garden.  The white pique' Bertha collar is scattered with a burst of yellow, showcasing daisies and French knots.  A sprinkle of daisies is showered at the end of each sash as well.  3/4 length bell sleeves give this charming dress a fanciful look and the versatility for cooler spring mornings into warmer summer days.  Yellow gingham piping adds a bit of charm throughout the dress from the collar and sleeves, to the sash and hem.  Delightful Daisies is offered in sizes 2 - 6.  A sewing machine in working order is required for this class.

 

Student Supplies: Sewing machine in working order and manual

Feet:  5 groove pintuck foot, 1/4" foot, edge foot,

70 microtex-sharp sewing machine needles

Rotary cutter, Basic Sewing supplies for hand and machine

Mettler 50 wt. thread lt. blue -  9105-0039

70 Microtex /Sharp Sewing Machine Needles

10 Sharp Hand Needles

 

 

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Summertime Baby Dress – Susie Gay

All Machine Class

 

Hearts and lace and ribbons, Oh My! Baby will be oh-so-cool in this all-machine sewn cotton confection of laces, Swiss insertion, silk ribbons and Swiss cotton batiste. This adorable dress features a fancy band hem and a matching yoke with ruffle sleeves and neckline edged in narrow lace. Make the yoke out of one sewn block and then construct the beautiful fancy band skirt bottom. The class covers several heirloom sewing techniques (lace to fabric, entredeux to ribbon, ribbon to lace, lace gathering, fabric to entredeux, and machine pinstitching (Parisian pinstitch)). You will construct the fancy band and yoke block, cut out the yokes and sew the yokes together in this class. The pattern and instructions for this baby dress in sizes 0-3 months, 6-9 or 12 months will help you finish this confection at home. Some basic handwork is needed for bias sleeve bands and entredeux self-neckband.

 

Skill Level Required: Learn basic machine heirloom techniques or refresh your skills in this class. Patience is necessary for detailed zigzag and machine pinstitch hemstitching.

 

Kit Includes: Choice of white (pictured) or pink kits that will contain Swiss batiste, double sided silk satin ribbon (blue with white fabric, pink with pink fabric), Swiss embroidered insertion, lace insertions, lace edging, entredeux, paper stabilizer, two buttons, pattern in 3 sizes and illustrated instructions. Please let Susie know your choice of kit in early December 2019 via email at gay@berryhillheirlooms.com.

Student Supplies (besides basic sewing supplies): Students should bring a sewing machine in good working order with basic feet (may include open toe and narrow edge stitch feet). The machine should have a Parisian hemstitch (also known as a pinstitch); 75 or 80 Universal and 100 or 110 Universal machine needles; two spools of 60 weight white cotton thread, fineline (0.5mm) mechanical pencil. Optional: extra lighting.

 

Additional Kit Cost:  $25.00

 

 

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Loves Me – Susan O’Connor

STUMPWORK

 

Can you remember picking the petals off a daisy as a child? This charming framed embroidery captures the magic of discovering 'he loves me!' while teaching some important elements of stumpwork or raised embroidery. Quick to stitch, this delightful design would make a perfect wedding present. Stitches and techniques covered include raised stem stitch, detached chain, making detached wired elements, French knots, seed stitch, blanket stitch, long and short stitch.

 

Student requirements:

4" good quality embroidery hoop with inner ring bound, 10" good quality embroidery hoop with inner ring bound, dressmaker's awl or large needle, magnification and lighting if required

 

 

Kit includes: silk threads, silk fabric, wire, needles, class notes

 

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Friday / 6 Hour Classes

 

Bitty Baby Doll Jumper – Debbie Glenn

Rick Rack & Ribbon Revelations – Cindy Foose

Bee & Blossom Scissor Sheath –  Susan O’Connor

Clara – Vaune Pierce

Frothy Christening Bonnet – Susie Gay

 

 

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Bitty Baby Doll Jumper – Debbie Glenn

 

What little girl could resist this piped chambray A line jumper with a stacked pull toy duck in yummy sherbert colors for her 15” Bitty baby doll? This class was designed for students who know how to stacking cables and read graphs, but aren’t exactly happy with their results (smocking & construction). Debbie shares her recipe for picture perfect stacked cables… from fabric choice, pleating, blocking, backsmocking, and needle selection to how to achieve full stitches, level rows, even tension and most importantly how placement of first/last stitches creates smooth edges and invisible color changes.  Students learn her secrets for pleating over a seam, simplified techniques for making and applying piping, constructing smocked garments so pleats stay evenly spaced with all upper cables visible, as well as her unique wrapped bias band facing.

 

Students Supplies: Sewing machine in good working order, no tension problems. Please bring your manual, cords, foot pedal, 2 bobbins, all feet- Open toe, ¼” & 5 groove pin tuck presser feet are a must and standard table/ accessory tray which came with your machine (used for sewing when free arm is not required), Optional-pleated doodle cloth for practice. Basic supplies, #60-65 universal machine needles, washout fabric pen/marker, 18” quilters ruler, API wash away basting glue, personal press cloth (¼ yd of white cotton batiste marked with your name), rotary cutter & mat, DMC floss- 727, 3176, 809, 955, 3924, white, Machine thread: baby blue 50-60 wt Mettler cotton (for construction) and Superior Threads Vanish Extra Wash away. #7 John James Long Darners.

 

 

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"Rick Rack and Ribbon Revelations!"- Cindy Foose

 

Ready to add some clever, interesting, and unusual embellishments to your projects? In this

brand new, six-hour class, rick rack and/or ribbons are front and center as solo embellishments,

as elements of the construction process, or as an adjunct to another decorative component of a

project. The class collection offerings are suitable across a wide swath of uses from clothing to

table linens. The kit includes rick rack and ribbons of multiple sizes and colors. Each technique

introduced has diagramed instructions and a hands-on class activity to create a sample for

inclusion in the class notebook. Also, included in the kit are patterns and instructions for a couple

of small projects well-suited to showcase the class techniques for future use. Join the fun, add to

your repertoire of decorative embellishments, and share creative ideas for using the materials

with fellow classmates. The class materials present a mixture of hand-done and machine finished

techniques.

 

The kit includes: A collection of rick rack and ribbons in various sizes and colors; prepared class activity materials, hand-sewing needles needed to complete the class activities, and diagramed

instructions along with a couple of project patterns for at-home use.

 

Students should bring: Scissors for cutting paper, cutting fabric, and sharp-pointed, short bladed embroidery scissors; a spool of #60 or #50 white sewing machine thread; transparent tape; a clear, short 6" ruler with 1/8" grid markings, an 18" ruler, and a tape measure; washable, thin point, fabric marker; and a padded pinning board. A sewing machine with an all-purpose foot and applique/open-toe embroidery foot will be needed for a couple of techniques; machine sharing is permissible and encouraged.

 

 

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Bee and Blossom Scissor Sheath – Susan O’Connor

 

The honey bee is essential for much of our food so why not celebrate this special insect with this delightful scissor sheath. Working with stranded silk and fine silk filament on honeycomb fabric, a beautiful bee and pollen laden blossom are perfectly captured in stitch.

 

Kit includes: Fabric, threads, card, needles, class notes

 

Student Requirements: (5") quality wooden embroidery hoop with the inner ring bound, thimble, embroidery scissors, fabric scissors, paper scissors, magnification and lighting if required.

 

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Clara – Vaune Pierce

Clara - Sleeveless Dress with Liberty of London Accents

 

Clara - Sleeveless Dress with Liberty of London Accents

Pastels are the name of the game in this summer dress!  Clara is the perfect choice for spring and summer outings, with the light blue sleeveless dress embellished with plenty of pintucks.  Using Liberty of London Tana Lawn, the pastel accents are used for the peter Pan collar, the Petite Piping, the bias shaping on the bodice, and the sash.  The techniques that you will learn in this class can be used over and over again, on many of your sewing projects.  You will learn how to shape bias, how to make perfect Petite Piping, and how to attach Petite Piping to the sleeveless armhole curves without bulk!  You will also learn how to sew compartmentally, and how and when to 'pre-sew' a garment to do the handwork at the end.  Optional embroidery to embellish the bodice bias will also be discussed.  Clara is offered in sizes 2 - 6.  Kit covers up to size 6.  A sewing machine is required for this class.

 

Student Supplies:

Sewing Machine in working order and manual

Feet:  5 groove pintuck foot, 1/4" foot, edge foot

70 microtex-sharp sewing machine needles, Rotary cutter

Basic Sewing supplies for hand and machine

Mettler 50 wt. thread lt. blue -  9105-1081 * Will check on this and confirm new color #

70 Microtex /Sharp Sewing Machine Needles, 10 Sharp Hand Needles

 

 

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Frothy Christening Bonnet – Susie Gay

 

This lacy bonnet is fun, easy & quick to make. It makes a spectacular gift & a great way to use leftover trims & laces. Students will design, assemble & stitch the laces, beadings and embroideries onto a silk organdy foundation using basic Fine Machine Sewing techniques. After completing the basic block, students will zigzag Swiss entredeux around the sides & front, add gathered lace edging, & sew the casing.  Add silk ribbons for ties with buttons, a ribbon in the casing & it’s finished!  This class will cover joining lace to lace, entredeux to lace, entredeux to fabric,& attaching gathered lace edging to entredeux.  Upon completion of the class students will be able to design their own beautiful bonnets!

 

Skill Level Required: This class is appropriate for beginners & fun for advanced students to finish a project in class!

 

Kit Includes: Kit includes silk organdy, 2 different Swiss embroidered insertions, Swiss beading, lace insertions, silk ribbons in 2-3 widths (your choice in class of white, ecru, pink or blue), narrow Swiss entredeux, lace edging, two Mother of Pearl buttons, pattern and illustrated instructions.

 

Student Supplies: Sewing machine in good working order, all-purpose foot, open toe foot, white 80wt thread, fineline blue washout marker, size 65 to 70 Universal needles, small lace trimming scissors, 18” transparent ruler, ribbon threader (bodkin).

 

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Sunday 6 Hour Classes

Pea and Daisy Pinwheel – Susan O’Connor

Surface Design Fun –Rae Cumbie

Threads, Needles & Bobbins, Oh My! – Terri Click (Machines Furnished)

Flower Center Piece – Deb Canham (Sergers Furnished)

Little Bits – Shelly Smola

 

 

Monday 6 Hour Classes

Monograms – Susan O’Connor

Jeans – The Defining Details – Rae Cumbie

Cross Body Bag with Wool Embroidery – Terri  Click (Machines Furnished)

Serger Cache with Zippered Lid – Deb Canham  (Sergers Furnished)

Girls Gotta Sew Bag – Shelly Smola

 

 

Tuesday 6 Hour Classes

Heirloom Sewing Machine Mat – Susie Gay

 

 

Wednesday 6 Hour Classes

Silk Ribbon Sampler – Susie Gay

 

 

Thursday 6 Hour Classes

A Handy Construction Compendium: Details Count Part 2 – Cindy Foose

Delightful Daisies – Vaune Pierce

Summertime Baby Dress – Susie Gay

Loves Me – (Stumpwork) -  Susan O’Connor

 

 

Friday 6 Hour Classes

Bitty Baby Doll Jumper – Debbie Glenn

Rick Rack & Ribbon Revelations – Cindy Foose

Bee & Blossom Scissor Sheath –  Susan O’Connor

Clara – Vaune Pierce

Frothy Christening Bonnet – Susie Gay

 

 

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FEATURED TEACHERS 2020:

TRISHA SMITH

TERRI CLICK

SUSIE GAY

VAUNE PIERCE

GAIL DOANE

DEB CANHAM

RAE CUMBIE

DEBBIE GLENN

CINDY FOOSE

SUSAN O'CONNOR

SHERYL SMITH

SHELLY SMOLA

 

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