Open Sew - February 21
Feb
21
10:00 AM10:00

Open Sew - February 21

Join us on the third Wednesday of each month from 10am-1pm for an Open Sew. We will have our classroom set up with worktables, ironing stations and cutting stations.  Plus, coffee, tea and chocolate! You bring your project and enjoy 3 hours of uninterrupted sewing time!

Open Sew is free, but space is limited and you must register to participate. Let us know if you would like to borrow a classroom sewing machine or will be bringing your own machine.

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Sew Mojo Workshop with Suzy Quilts - Mini One
Mar
3
9:00 AM09:00

Sew Mojo Workshop with Suzy Quilts - Mini One

SEW MOJO, noun

  1. Joy received during the act of sewing
  2. Excitement at the thought of, or during the process of, designing and creating with fabric
  3. The art of sewing without fear of mistakes, wasting fabric or the end result

Do you need to find your Sew Mojo?

Join Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts as she teaches her Sewing Mojo for getting your creative juices flowing! Whether you are a brand new quilter, a seasoned sewist, a textiles artist with designer's block or even a crafter looking for a fun, simple project, Sew Mojo mini quilts are perfect for you! The average quilter can make a mini in just a few hours. For a newbie, this is a great way to practice woking with fabric and your machine without the huge commitment of making an entire quilt.

In this morning workshop, Suzy will show you how to create Mini One shown here. The afternoon session is a different pattern - Mini Three.

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Sew Mojo Workshop with Suzy Quilts - Mini Three
Mar
3
1:30 PM13:30

Sew Mojo Workshop with Suzy Quilts - Mini Three

SEW MOJO, noun

  1. Joy received during the act of sewing
  2. Excitement at the thought of, or during the process of, designing and creating with fabric
  3. The art of sewing without fear of mistakes, wasting fabric or the end result

Do you need to find your Sew Mojo?

Join Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts as she teaches her Sewing Mojo for getting your creative juices flowing! Whether you are a brand new quilter, a seasoned sewist, a textiles artist with designer's block or even a crafter looking for a fun, simple project, Sew Mojo mini quilts are perfect for you! The average quilter can make a mini in just a few hours. For a newbie this is a great way to practice woking with fabric and your machine without the huge commitment of making an entire quilt.

In this afternoon workshop, Suzy will show you how to create Mini Three shown here. The morning session is a different pattern - Mini One.

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Open Sew - March 21
Mar
21
10:00 AM10:00

Open Sew - March 21

Join us on the third Wednesday of each month from 10am-1pm for an Open Sew. We will have our classroom set up with worktables, ironing stations and cutting stations.  Plus, coffee, tea and chocolate! You bring your project and enjoy 3 hours of uninterrupted sewing time!

Open Sew is free, but space is limited and you must register to participate. Let us know if you would like to borrow a classroom sewing machine or will be bringing your own machine.

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Chicago Quilt Festival Bus
Apr
14
9:00 AM09:00

Chicago Quilt Festival Bus

Attend the International Quilt Festival in style! Hop on a luxury motor coach at The Quilter's Trunk, relax and enjoy the ride to the Stephens Convention Center. You will get dropped off at the front door of the Festival. Later, you will ride back to the shop. No driving or parking hassles. Debbie will be the Cruise Director. 

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Vintage Chic - Saturday session
Jan
27
10:00 AM10:00

Vintage Chic - Saturday session

Vintage Chic combines the nostalgic look of hand embroidery but with today’s technology. It’s vintage like your great-grandmother’s hand stitched linens but it’s also relevant and popular for today’s fashions. You’ve seen the look at big box retailers—on men’s wear, women’s apparel and even teens’ and baby accessories.

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Vintage Chic - Friday session
Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Vintage Chic - Friday session

Vintage Chic combines the nostalgic look of hand embroidery but with today’s technology. It’s vintage like your great-grandmother’s hand stitched linens but it’s also relevant and popular for today’s fashions. You’ve seen the look at big box retailers—on men’s wear, women’s apparel and even teens’ and baby accessories.

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