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Thursday, October 20, 2022
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Hands on Workshop
Jill McCloy
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 3X, B19

Adding color to your applique can be fun and sometimes unexpected. In this in-depth hands-on class, you will learn about realistic shading, bonded appliqué as a base, and step by step coloring. Jill will show the hand appliqué stitches she enjoys using, and you can do the stitching at home. The c VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 4 X, B20

This class is a continuation of hand beading basics. In this class we will take a lace motif and use silk ribbon, embroidery and beading to make a small element that could be used on garments, hats, or even as a closure. Lots of fun, no machines, just your needles, threads, and beautiful shiny be VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Barbara Moore
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 5X, B21

Have you ever thought about using your embroidery machine for quilting? Join Barbara to learn the best kept secret of using the embroidery machine to create a quilted pillow top which will teach students how to incorporate embroidery into their quilting projects using batting, fabrics, threads, a VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nancy Sapin
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 6X, B22

That’s all free motion? Really? Well, yes, it is! Adopt Nancy’s easy approach to learning and mastering free-motion stitching and trapunto work. Learn how to take a photo and turn it into a line drawing so you can create your own free motion embroidered block with expert looking resul VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Lisa Sutherland
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 7X, B23

Wow, look what you can do with half square triangles! Learn the basics of quilt piecing while creating this beautiful table topper. Learn how to achieve the perfect ¼-inch seam allowance, correct pressing, and an easy way to cut half square triangles that come out the right size every time VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Thursday 10/20/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
A 8X, B24
Intimidated? Fear not! The serger is your friend! It’s the perfect companion for your sewing machine, as it always makes you look like a professional (even if you’re not). Knowing your serger, what it can do and how to do it, will take your sewing to a whole new level. Learn how a s VIEW MORE...
Registration Full
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 10/20/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 1

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form. Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper pattern (flat) to you VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 10/20/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A 2

Explore how the serger operates from the inside out as you learn how width is used to improve stitches, how to create a perfect balanced-tension control strip to test your stitches for each new fabric and thread you use, a sequential tension formula that works on any model and with all thread typ VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Thursday 10/20/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B17

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Thursday 10/20/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
B18

One standard pattern shape does not fit all figure shapes! Larger curvier buttocks need a curvier pattern angle in the back and flat buttocks need a flatter angle. The angle is as important as the width differences that are needed. This applies to the abdomen issues as well. Flat abdomens can hav VIEW MORE...

Abby Riba
Thursday 10/20/22
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
C33X

When you open your closet do you find yourself staring in and thinking “I don’t have a thing to wear!”? Let’s dig into that closet and find out what you’ve really got. Abby will guide you step-by-step through the process of purging the unworn or not so flattering pie VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C34

You will see how easy it is to "body fit" your fabric and sew with knits. Discussion includes dresses and workout/leisure wear, with focus on pattern sizing, how to handle different stretch factors, plus marking, cutting, needle choice, thread options, seaming and setting in sleeves. Learn to st VIEW MORE...

Kathy McMakin
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
C35
Details always make the difference! From easy tricks for the smallest of garments, to creating perfect collars, added piping, pintucks, folded tucks, puffing, spaghetti bias, rick rack, covered buttons, pearl buttons and other embellishments….. you’ll explore dozens of wa VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Julie Luoma
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C36, D52XY

Explore new techniques of freehand cutting, template cutting and raw edge applique that will create movement and interest to not only this quilt top, but future quilt tops as well. You will be amazed how easily this quilt top comes together right before your eyes. You don't want to miss this VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Jill McCloy
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C37, D53XY

Hooped machine embroidery provides the base for this stylish petite clutch.  You'll then choose from a trio of embellishment techniques to make your own unique additions. A fabric covered snap closure and finishing techniques bring it all together.  Select from hand beading, heat se VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
C38, D54, E70

Palazzos are back! Contrary to popular belief, they are super flattering on just about everyone, and so very comfortable, like a favorite pair of sweats, but stylish enough to wear out. Create your very own pair of this simple yet elegant style with full or not so full legs. You decide. The secre VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C39, D55XY

Connie is always on the lookout for great projects to share and this cute little tote for your sewing supplies and more is no exception. The piecing on the front is done quickly and easily using Ten Sister’s Easy Piecing Grid. No worries about matching corners. It all comes together perfect VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Thursday 10/20/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
C40, D56XY

Using a serger to piece a quilt top? Absolutely! Come learn how quick and easy quilt piecing can be when done on a serger. Learn how to determine if a quilt pattern is suitable for serging, how to serge 1/4-inch seams and much, much more! You’ll even leave with a completed quilt top! Finish VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 10/20/22
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D49

Learn about the specialty tools and notions used in the fashion industry for all types of pattern work, and how to use them for better, faster and more accurate results. These are the same tools found in the toolboxes of fashion professionals in NYC and Hollywood – they help you to move sw VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Thursday 10/20/22
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
D50XY

There are three different methods of pattern alteration one may use - the original slash and spread, the pivot and slide which was more accurate in many cases, and now the "new" seam method which was developed off the pivot and slide but is much more "user friendly". It has produced many "Ah-ha" VIEW MORE...

Kathy McMakin
Thursday 10/20/22
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
D51

When sewists talk about sergers do you feel like you need a translator? Upper loopers…lower loopers… chain loopers…differential feed…five needles….WHAT??? You have got to be kidding! Kathy will start at the VERY BEGINNING, explaining the ins and outs of sergers VIEW MORE...

Nancy Sapin
Thursday 10/20/22
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
E65

Water soluble stabilizers can be useful in so many different ways! Explore a variety of applications, including free-motion quilting, 3-D applique, machine embroidery, paper piecing, making designer scarves and much, much more. Learn the "ins and outs" of proper storage, printing on a stabilize VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Thursday 10/20/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F84X, G100

Discover why draping is the secret to truly fit the body and develop basic draping and patternmaking skills with hands on experience. Create a draped bodice (back and front) using a standard dress form, then turn the resulting muslin into a pattern using garment industry techniques. The resulting VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Jessica Cramer
Thursday 10/20/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F85X, G101

In this class we will learn how to channel stitch fabric for a beautiful Oriental style vest. The fabric is quilted first or pre-quilted fabric can be purchased to save time. Then construction begins as we sew together, in class, to produce a fabulous vest! Students will learn the Hong Kong Seam VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Marsha Kirsch
Thursday 10/20/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F86X, G102

If you have ever taken a class with Marsha, you know that fun is in the making. If you haven’t, now is the time to join in the fun as you create a cute basket. It’s great for holding thread, bobbins, clips, etc...and it makes a perfect gift for that special friend. You will learn how VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Thursday 10/20/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
F88X, G104

This Dolman sleeve jacket is “Magic” because it works on all figure types and makes up in fabrics from Knits to Linen or Rayon. Easy to sew, and great for wearable art applications. This will be your go-to jacket for that quick to make easy to wear wardrobe essential. Brin VIEW MORE...

 
Friday, October 21, 2022
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 10/21/22
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
H116X

Have you struggled with sleeves that are too big, too small, or just don’t seem quite right? Join Joe for this hands-on sleeve pattern drafting class. You will be using your very own measurements to create a pattern that is perfect for you. Once you have a basic well-fitting sleeve, you can VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Hope Yoder
Friday 10/21/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H117X, J133

Mix media, shapes, and colors to create a mini quilt masterpiece. The different textures from wood, string, laser-cut fabrics, and thread make this project come alive. Yes! You read that correctly, you will be using wood to create this beautiful masterpiece. Join Hope Yoder as she guides you thro VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kelly Garcia
Friday 10/21/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H118X, J134

Half square triangles don’t have to be boring! Greenbelt is created from one block using half square triangles. But don’t let the thought of making all those half square triangles scare you away. Kelly will teach you an easy method guaranteed to give you perfect results every time. So VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nancy Sapin
Friday 10/21/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H119X, J135

Hobby bags are so useful for sewers, knitters, or just when you need a small handbag. We will learn to add a set-in zipper and/or a hidden zipper. We will create a pocket that will be between the bag layers. This bag is also a reversible handbag which becomes two bags in one. Nancy will also show VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 10/21/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
H120X, J136

Unbelievable! A whole knit tee-top in just a few hours? Are you kidding me? You can do it! We promise! It’s quick, easy, looks very professional, and it’s all created with your serger. We have chosen a luscious, soft-as-butter knit in combination with its dyed-to-match ribbing to make VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Friday 10/21/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H113

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Jill McCloy
Friday 10/21/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H114

Flattering your figure is all about proportion, style and drape. This wardrobe of fast and easy garments, that you design to reflect your personal style, will keep you looking good, feeling comfortable while making a unique fashion statement. Jill will illustrate and explain how to construct the VIEW MORE...

Alicia Welcher
Friday 10/21/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
H115

Knits can confound even the most seasoned embroiderer from time to time. Alicia has had plenty of experience working with a wide range of knits over the years, and has collected all her favorite, tried and true techniques for you. Join her as she shares her collection of top tips and easy tricks VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Friday 10/21/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J129

There is an order to follow in making pattern alterations that will make all the difference in achieving successful fit. Receive tips on effective measuring and watch a demonstration of altering a pattern for a figure with multiple variations which so many of us have. It works wonders for figures VIEW MORE...

Jill McCloy
Friday 10/21/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J130
Designed for those of you with ideas, but not sure of the direction to take and for those seeking inspiration. Jill will have examples of how and where she finds her ideas. Get insight on how to turn your own ideas into a usable pattern with an interesting and exciting focal point and learn how to c VIEW MORE...
Alicia Welcher
Friday 10/21/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J131

Feel like you’re missing out on something? Like knowing how to hoop things that just don’t look hoop-able? Those days are over, as Alicia shares easy ways to tame those seemingly impossible items and get them under your embroidery needle without a struggle. As with all her courses, VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 10/21/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
J132

As we age our body also changes. Things have shifted or become rounder or hopefully slimmer. When dealing with the armhole, patterns may have the same measurement front and back. However, is your body really the same front and back? How will that affect the fit and look of the sleeve?  Let&r VIEW MORE...

Hope Yoder
Friday 10/21/22
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
K146X

Have you heard of "wine pairing?" In this course, Hope will teach you the formula she uses to pair different fabric types to the right stabilizer based on design density and stitch count. If you have wondered why something looked good until you un-hooped it, this class is for you! Using VIEW MORE...

Cheryl Sleboda
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
K145

Sewing with an unfamiliar fabric can be intimidating. What is the best way to handle a particular fabric? As an enthusiastic cosplayer, Cheryl has learned what it takes to work with many different types of fabrics. She will share the secrets of the trade to tame even the most challenging of fabri VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
K147, L163
Luscious ribbons of all sizes and colors are folded and stitched in a variety of ways that transform them into beautiful flowers, buds and leaves. Kathy introduces these simple techniques along with how to hold your hands and fingers while twisting, flipping, rotating, or folding the ribbons. Lear VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Kathy Ruddy
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
K148, L164, M180

Create the only pant pattern you’ll need for years to come! Measurements and visual keys are the foundation for creating your own custom pants pattern. Each member of the class will receive a visual fit chart on which Kathy will analyze and record the changes you’ll be making to your VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Jill McCloy
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K149, L165XY

The heart fan is the 4th in Jill's asymmetric fan series and uses a template to shape the fan. It has an interlacing turned fan base for perfect curves and features machine "hand quilting". You'll have a choice between a new dimensional flower or an appliqué flower if you'd VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K150, L166XY

There’s not a fabric or non-fabric that stumps Connie. Why?  Because she figures out all the easiest, no-fail methods, which notions help most and how to choose designs that ensure success. Share in all of that knowledge as you create this practical portfolio in class.  Learn all VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K151, L167XY

This beautiful woven tee has a bias drape and cut on sleeves. There are only two pieces to cut, the sewing is easy, and the length and look are variable depending on the look you want. This is a great wardrobe builder that is versitle and easy to wear. Depending on the fabric you choose, it can g VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Friday 10/21/22
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
K152, L168XY

Ready to take your serging skills beyond the basics? Come join serger expert, Alicia Welcher, for a few hours as she shares her best methods for perfecting techniques such as serging in the round, attaching elastic for waistbands, beautifully pointed corners, serging knits like a pro and many mor VIEW MORE...

Nancy Sapin
Friday 10/21/22
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
L161
See clothesline projects galore.......explore Nancy's journey from creating wrapped clothesline bowls and hats, to designing square-center based trivets, coasters, purses, boxes and much, much more. Don't miss this awesome trunk show as Nancy explains her secrets and how different Sulky products so VIEW MORE...
Hope Yoder
Friday 10/21/22
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
L162XY

Have you ever thought about selling your craft? Maybe you’re not sure how to get started? Or you already sell but want to scale your business. This lecture is perfect for everyone who wants to take the steps to becoming an entrepreneur. Hope has helped countless people turn their craft into VIEW MORE...

Lorraine Henry
Friday 10/21/22
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
M177

Many styles require more thought and care in alteration procedures. Styles without darts make it harder to alter for larger busts. Raglan and dolman sleeves are more challenging to alter for shoulder variations. Shoulder alterations can mean collar alterations, too. One-piece dress alterations ma VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Hope Yoder
Friday 10/21/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N195X, P211

Relax and unwind with Hope Yoder as she brings her fun Art & Charcuterie Party to OSQE. Make the “Be Happy Giraffe” paint project using mixed media materials including wood, fabric, paint, and Modge Podge. No painting skills required. While crafting, learn the secrets of making a VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Joe Vecchiarelli
Friday 10/21/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N196X, P212

Learn the fundamentals of draping pants as you work along with Joe to create a basic straight pant using a body form. Includes learning about taking proper measurements, comparing them to the body form, calculating for and drawing the initial pattern from those measurements and then tweaking it o VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Andrew Lee
Friday 10/21/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N199X, P215

Join Andrew Lee, aka The Combat Quilter, to learn the basics of making the Double Star with half square triangles. Learn all the steps and why we make the blocks the way we do. You will also get to try your hand at a great way to make flying geese. By the end of class, you will have one, if not b VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Friday 10/21/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
N200X, P216
You're going to love this little draped tee; it wears perfectly at home all by itself or under a blazer or cardigan. The magic here comes from the drapey of a rayon jersey or ITY (Interlock Twist Yarn) knit and the ease of sewing it up on a serger. There is no doubt this will soon be your & VIEW MORE...
 
Saturday, October 22, 2022
Title
 
Teacher
Date/Time
Codes
Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q227X
We all have garments in our wardrobe that fit well and feel fabulous when worn. Wouldn’t it be great if you could take a pattern from those same finished garments and create a whole new wardrobe of styles inspired by your favorite looks? Kathy will guide you through the process of taking a 3-d VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Lorraine Henry
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q228X, R244

Bellies, boobs, butts and backs: the four main areas of our bodies that give us our "fitting fits!" Since there are 88 different figure variations, this workshop is the beginning of building your own pattern alteration reference file. Working with half-scale practice patterns, learn how VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Q229X

Cords, cords everywhere! Today’s electronic conveniences all come with cords – charging cords, power cords, you name it. Tame that jumble of cords today! These handy cord minders are made from durable cork and marine vinyl fabrics and will keep your cords organized and labeled and the VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Nick Coman
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q230X, R246

This bias-cut blouse is a stunner. Made up in woven fabric, it skims the body while accentuating the right curves, and there is no need to be afraid of those stretchy bias seams. This blouse is all sewn on the straight of grain, making it a breeze to put together. This will be one of your go to p VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Jill McCloy
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q231X, R247

This class is a real mix of techniques. The pinks fabric makes use of a bleach pen to discharge color for blended variegation in the dimensional petals. The vases feature both appliqué shading and pencil shading; there is ruching for flower shaping; paper piecing for the background, colored penci VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kathy McMakin
Saturday 10/22/22
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Q232X, R248

Can you ever have tooooo many totes? Absolutely not, never!!! We always need something to carry all of our stuff. This easy-to-construct tote will be completed in three hours and ready to fill!! For your tote pockets, you will attach and create piping with your sergers AND insert a zipper. Plus, VIEW MORE...

Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 10/22/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q225

When making a garment it becomes faster and more accurate to create your fit on a dress form. Learn to make simple adjustments with easy placement of sizing material on the form to mimic your shape instantaneously. You’ll eliminate the frustration of fitting the paper pattern (flat) to you VIEW MORE...

Nancy Sapin
Saturday 10/22/22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Q226

If you wish to just learn a technique in class or on your own, and not create an entire project that you probably won’t finish, let’s learn how to create a technique page and make a fabric technique notebook. Also, you will learn how to print your directions onto a permanent stabilize VIEW MORE...

Connie Palmer
Saturday 10/22/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R241

Nothing makes sewing easier and more fun like using the best notion for the job! You’ll feel like a magician, since all the tasks suddenly become easier – right before your eyes. See the many ways you can add to your sewing pleasure, saving time and delivering excellent results, as Co VIEW MORE...

Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 10/22/22
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
R242

With knowledge of different sewing skills the same pant pattern can be turned into any style that you prefer. Kathy knows the easiest, fastest ways and in this class.she will share them with you. Learn more about the basic pull-on waist,"Eat Cookies" comfy tailored waist, contour elasti VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Hope Yoder
Saturday 10/22/22
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
R243X

Make memories while painting with your bestie at the Llamas in Pajamas party. Family and friends are so important, and studies show families that craft together laugh together. Ok, I just made that up, but I promise this will be an experience to cherish forever. Each kit consists of a wood Llama VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 10/22/22
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
R245X

This adorable pincushion and matching scissor case will add a touch of whimsey to any sewing room. They are both created in the embroidery hoop – no sewing required! Come learn how easy it is to create projects using the embroidery functions of your sewing/embroidery machine.

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Joe Vecchiarelli
Saturday 10/22/22
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
S257X

Joe Vecchiarelli, professional garment fitter for Dancing with the Stars, will demonstrate how to alter a combination of commercial patterns and ready-made garments together to achieve an accurate and comfortable fit on the body form. With his trade secrets, you too can have better fitti VIEW MORE...

Cheryl Sleboda
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
S258
If you are new to garment sewing, deciphering what all those crazy terms and numbers on the pattern envelope mean can be a bit daunting. During this class, you will learn how to decode the pattern envelope and see how the information given has evolved over time. VIEW MORE...
Hands on Workshop
Nancy Sapin
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S259, T275X

Let’s make sense of stabilizers. Understanding stabilizing, what to use where, when and how can be very confusing and frustrating. In this class, we will be creating a notebook that will guide you to the correct stabilizer for all your sewing and embroidery needs. We will explore each type VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Jill McCloy
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S260, T276X

Have fun with wool felt appliqué and some wonderfully easy hand embroidery. No turning or edge finishing, just go straight to the fun and creativity of embroidery, with dimensional petals and beaded accents. We'll do a simple central motif and add some progressive borders that will allow you VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Connie Palmer
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S261, T277X

Quick, easy and accurate piecing all made possible using a piecing grid. In class, we will use 1 1/2-inch finished size grid to make the front of this handy zipper bag that is completely lined with no seams showing. The fun doesn’t stop there, we will jazz it up with a fold-over elastic and VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Julie Luoma
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S262, T278X

Measure, chop and create amazing borders by using only strips of fabric. Creativity does not have to be complicated. You will be pleasantly surprised and pleased with where you can go when you let go of the rules. Sign up for this class with Julie today! Bring your own fabric; see sup VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Kelly Garcia
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S263, T279X

Create your own walk of fame using the Wedge Star tool and some strip piecing.  Don’t be fooled by the complex look of the pattern, it is easier than you might think. We will take it nice and slow, one step at a time, and make wedge star blocks together.  Kelly will explain the us VIEW MORE...

Hands on Workshop
Alicia Welcher
Saturday 10/22/22
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
S264, T280X

Have fun and build your serger skills at the same time. This is the perfect class for everyone who loves to sew and wants to increase her dexterity with the serger. Discover a fantastic collection of bags, zipper techniques and serger tricks – all wrapped up in helpful tips and lots of VIEW MORE...

Registration Full
Lorraine Henry
Saturday 10/22/22
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
T273X
Do you realize there is a direct relationship between fitting sleeves and fitting pants, think crotch shape and depth. All correlations will be revealed in this sleeve seminar. You may have a “mature” arm or a thin arm, forward arm joint, inward, or outward rotation of the elbow. These a VIEW MORE...
Kathy Ruddy
Saturday 10/22/22
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
T274
Kathy shares her 70 years' experience of finding the easiest ways to sew the clothes that she copies. You will learn how to finish a ruffle hem neckline using bias stay tape & sheer delight interfacing for perfect control, sew a scarf collar neckline finish from the Hallmark movie "Fixing Pete", VIEW MORE...

General Admission
$8.00
Shopping Bag
$5.00
Lapel Pin
$5.00
Project Pouch
$5.00

Refund Policy: General admission, class and product tickets for Original Sewing & Quilt Expo are non-refundable. Please send someone in your place if you are unable to attend. If the event cannot occur on the scheduled dates, then a credit for a future event will be issued.

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