1800's Club meets each month to share ideas and projects. Marsha shares interesting information about life in the 1800's and leads the group in project's. It is a great way to meet new people and share ideas.

Cost: $ 5.00
Join Charlotte and gang for a hosted stitchery time. Formerly known as the Lucy Boston EPP group, you can learn English Paper Piecing or work on any type of handwork and enjoy the friends.

Cost: $ 15.00
Art Journal Quilts Meets the first Friday of each month from 10:30 to 1:00. Learn a new technique each month.

Cost: $ 25.00
Batik Club meets on the Second Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 o'clock. Linda Kent is your hostess.

Beginning Embroidery

Cost: $ 25.00
Taught by Julie Pool. This class is designed for a first time introduction to Wool Applique. (Did we mention is is highly addictive?) 10:30 - 1:00

Cost: $ 25.00
Bella Vista Mini Landscapes: This class is aimed at students interested in learning to use fabrics effectively for landscape quilts but who cannot devote the time for a larger complex sewn project. The landscapes in this class are small, simple and fused allowing more time to play with the creative use of fabrics while making a small wall-hanging measuring approximately 10x 12 or 14 x 20 which also makes them perfect for gifts. These mini-landscapes go together fast and it is possible for a confident student to get at least one done in class and also makes them easy and fun to recreate in different color schemes. The focus of the class will be on using fabrics creatively to get marvelous special effects. There are a variety of patterns (purchase required) to choose from. Skill Level: Beginner and up.

Cost: $ 45.00
Charity Quilts meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month. In addition to a GREAT potluck lunch, they make LOTS of quilts for many worthy charitable causes. For more information, contact anyone at the shop, or drop in and talk with the coordinators on their Thursdays.

Cost: $ FREE
Learn the A thru Z of your perfect mini sewing machine.

Cost: $ 65.00
This is an improvisational Hand Embroidery class. Students will work on wool or stabilized flannel to recreate a still life painting in all-over stitching like a tapestry. The stitches are basic, any stitcher with very rudimentary embroidery skills will be able to do them. Any subject matter would work but Still Life Paintings are particularly well suited to this approach. The embroidery is not meant to be an actual reproduction of a painting; rather the paint serves as the inspiration for a serendipitous exploration into stitchery.

Instructor: Lynn Powell Learn the basics from pattern tracing to hooking techniques.

Cost: $ 70.00
Make a Spirit Totem with Helene

For hand work only....bring what you are working on, enjoy a cup of tea and share a lovely afternoon with others...

Learn Running Stitch, Back Stitch, Pekinese, and Fly Stitch with variations.

In this session, you will learn French, Colonial, and Bullion knots with variations.

In this session, you will learn Cast on stitches, Bullion, Drizzle and Double Cast on.

​Session 4. Circles-Woven, Whipped, Trellis, Chain

Learn the . Rosette Chain, Crested Chain, Van Dyke, Woven Picot

Learn the Coral Stitch, Corded Coral, Scroll, Detached Chain with Bullion, Double Pekinese

Palestrina Knot, Fishbone Stitch, Buttonhole Filler, Buttonhole Scallop

Adding Beads, Review of what we have learned and addressing any questions that you may have.