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.

Free Motion Quilting Part I - March 31
by Gretchen Veteran

Gretchen has been using her sewing machine to free-motion quilt her quilts for the last 9 years. Although she recently acquired a Longarm machine she will still quilt smaller quilts with her sewing machine. She will bring to class the king-size quilt she quilted on her sewing machine as one of the first projects she did and show you how even a large-size quilt can be done on your HMS!

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REGULAR HOURS:  Open 10-5 Tues-Sun

Closed on Mondays

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.

Festive Fall Quilts Drop-In - April 7
by Janice Geisness

Join Janice each month to work on a fun new project to decorate your house. Janice will focus on the project listed.

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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.

Beginning Quilting - Starting April 3
by Connie Bowles

The Beginning Quilting Class will begin by teaching you how to read patterns, use basic tools and provide helpful techniques to piece and finish a quilt. During this four-week class, you will learn basic rotary cutting, machine piecing and sandwiching fabrics and batting before binding your rail fence quilt.  Bring a friend – it will be fun.

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