Class Schedule


I have available in the shop, 6 Ever Sewn machines that are available to be used free of charge if participating in a class.  You are also more than welcome to bring your own machine, if you are more comfortable using that.  All classes will specify cost for the instruction as well as note any fabric or supplies that will need to be purchased specific to the project. 

Always plan to bring along your basics like thread, scissors, pins, pincushion, marking pen, etc. Each sewing station is set up with machine, lighting, and a mini press board and iron to be shared among 2 machines, so no need to bring those items.  If you happen to forget one of the basics, there are also supplies available for purchase at the shop.

To register for classes, go to the home page here and look under the Classes tab in the drop down menu.  You can simply choose the class you would like to register for and checkout online. 

Cancellation policy: If you will be unable to attend a class (hey, life happens!), please notify me as soon as possible, but no less than 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.  If you are unable to provide notice 24 hours in advance, a gift certificate in the amount of the class will be issued to you. It is absolutely acceptable to send someone in your place as well, if you are in a pinch. What a nice little surprise for a friend!

*If you purchase supplies/fabric from Stitch for a class, please enjoy a 15% discount on those items on me!


 October 2021

Tues, October 19th-Cute Quilted Tub-5:30-9pm

Quilted Tub Family Class

This class is appropriate for the intermediate sewist. This means you can use a machine with confidence with little guidance and have a fair amount of sewing experience under your belt. 

You can choose what size you'd like to make during class. I have a feeling you'll want to make all 3 because they are very cute all nested up, but for this session, we will just be completing 1 tub.

*This pattern does require a fair amount of simple hand sewing. If you aren't down with some hand sewing, this class is not the one you want. Trying to do the entire project by machine is not going to give you the results that you 

What you need to bring: 

Basic sewing supplies-Small mat & rotary cutter, scissors, marking pen/chalk/etc., wonder clips, thread for piecing and quilting, hand sewing needle

1/4 yard-9" x 44" cut of 2 coordinating fabrics.

You will need a small piece of fabric for the binding (max 23" x 1.5"), but you could easily use one of the 2 fabrics you are using in the project. I used a 3rd different print for the binding in my samples because I liked the variety.

What is provided: 

PDF pattern- It will be purchased and emailed directly to you from the designer.

Medium weight interfacing for the main outer fabric and base.

Bosal In-R-Form 1-sided fusible foam for tub sides.

Peltex heavyweight stablizer for tub base.

Instructor: Angie Miller

Cost of class=$40 includes pattern and interfacing and stabilizer as listed above + supplies as noted under "What to bring"


Thursday, Oct 21st & Oct 28th 12 Noon-2pm-Beginner Quilting Class-Simple Table Runner-2 Sessions Class

Beginner Quilt Class Table Runner

Many times we are asked to host a quilt class for true beginners. This is the class for you! Over the span of 2 class sessions a week apart, you will learn about seam allowances and piecing by machine, then making your quilt sandwich using batting and backing, quilting using straight lines, and finally attaching your binding to complete a simple & sweet table runner. The sample was done in a holiday theme, but you can choose any theme you like!

What you need to bring/purchase: 

Scissors, hand sewing needle (longer is better), thread to piece and baste

Fabric requirements: 

Charm pack (5" square fabric pack)-You will only use half a pack, so you can share with a friend if you like!

Backing fabric-1/2 yard

Batting-Small package (Craft size) or 1/2 yard cut

Binding-3 strips of fabric 2" wide by width of fabric (usually 44")-1/4 will get you what you need plus some

Instructor: Regina Leatherman

Cost of class-$50 includes instruction only + cost of supplies as noted above


November 2021

Tuesday, November 2nd-Beginner Hand Embroidery Fox 6pm-8:30pm

Beginner Embroidery Fox

Beginner embroidery is back with a new pattern featuring this precious little fox in a forest. In this class you will learn about separating embroidery floss strands, threading your needle, placing your fabric in the hoop, and 6  basic embroidery stitches: straight stitch, back stitch, satin stitch, lazy daisy, wagon wheel, and french knot.

What you need to bring: 

Embroidery scissors

Needle threader

What will be provided: 

Design transferred onto fabric



Embroidery floss to complete design

Instructor: Angie Miller

*Cost of class=$30


Tuesday, November 16th-Key Fob Wristlet 6pm-8:30pm

Wristlet Key Fob Class

As the holidays draw near, most of us are in need of last-minute gifts to go with something, stocking stuffers, or a little something handmade because you didn't have time to do a big project. These wristlet key fobs are just the ticket! This class is a beginner level class.

What you need to bring: 

Scissors, pins, thread (this will be visible so a neutral color or color that matches your fabric choices are advised)

Fabric measuring 3" wide by 10" long (up to 6 different prints)

What will be provided:

Interfacing for 6 wristlets

Hardware for 6 wristlets (1 each of 6 different finishes Aged Bronze, Oil Slick Irridescent, Silver, Gold, Gunmetal, and Black)

Instructor: Angie Miller

*Cost of class $20


January 2022