At ScruffyQuilts, you’ll find a bright, cheerful atmosphere stuffed with a delightful medley of quilting supplies, featuring gorgeous batiks, elegant Asian fabrics, fun novelty prints and a diverse selection of blenders, as well as kits, patterns, books and handcrafted gift items by local artists. We pride ourselves on friendly, attentive service, as well as an ever-evolving inventory that changes to meet the creative needs of our customers.

Beginning Quilting:  Terms, Tools & Techniques - January 24 & 25
by Connie Bowles

During our Beginning Quilting class Connie will teach you the techniques needed to make a table runner. On the first day you will learn how to cut using a rotary cutter, sew accurate 1/4 inch seams and piece your quilt top using many tricks-of-the-trade. On the second day we will cover machine quilting and binding.

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REGULAR HOURS:  Open every day 10-5 and Tuesday & Thursday evenings until 6pm

Quilting and sewing relax the mind and enrich the spirit.   Sharing this experience with others builds lifelong friendships and the jokes some folks will tell will keep you in stitches.

Beginning Hand Embroidery for Crazy Quilts - January 28
by Pattie Klimek

This is a 4 hour class that will teach you the basic stitches and how to get started on an embroidery project or a Crazy Quilt.  Pattie will supply linen fabric with a  pre-printed sampler pattern that will incorporate the basic stitches in the five stitch groups.  We will also go over how to transfer a design onto the proper fabric using a transfer pen, carbon paper and water soluble transfer paper.  Then we will discuss how to design a project, what stitches to use, how to care for your embroidery and how to frame and finish the sampler project or add embroidery to your crazy quilt.  There will be plenty of samples and a lot of discussion on how to use the stitches you have learned and you will go home with a pretty sampler to hang on the wall.

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ScruffyQuilts is a Judy Niemeyer Certified Shop

What does it mean to be Certified? It means that we have received excellent training directly from Judy herself and can effectively transfer all of that knowledge to you.  We also gain access to new patterns months before anyone else. In addition, as a Certified Shop, we are authorized to sell and teach the Technique of the Month patterns. This is a privilege reserved only for Certified Shops.

Prismatic Star - January 29
by Gretchen Veteran

Start or continue your Prismatic Star project in a one day workshop.  If you are a first-timer, learn how to make this vibrant quilt with Judy Niemeyer Bali Pops (or other 2 1/2 inch strips).  Save 10% on class supplies.  

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