Can you believe that these quilts are all the same? Would you like to know how this is accomplished? Well step right up. You can learn to make this and have it look different every single time. Take this class on March 23rd. Here are all of the details. Photos from top to bottom are Teeny Tiny Tepee Town, Precious Metals, Pink Diamonds and Fractured 4 Patch.
Brand new to Dickens of a Christmas this year is our Quilted Lantern Show. I have always wanted to do this, but I had wanted to do it with Pumpkins for Halloween. I have always wanted to do a Jack-o-Lantern Extravaganza where quilters carve their favorite quilt block into a pumpkin and fill our back yard at the Bungalow. But, becauase I am always at Quilt Market and Festival for
Every one loves a party. Especially one where you get to sew and have lunch! June 3rd from 9:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. we will be having a half square triangle party. Bring your fabrics, bring your scraps and make half square triangle units. We can all learn from each other. Be ready to show us all your favorite way to make half square triangles and learn from someone else.
Learn all about color from experts! Yes. You get access to all of these C&T authors when you purchase this class. And it’s so reasonable, and you get a discount just by clicking HERE You will love the option of watching the classes at your leisure. This event happens on March 30th but you can purchase it and watch all of the classes at a later date, on an evening
As someone that had their babies many moons ago, I can tell you that things have changed. But the one thing that hasn’t changed is that people want to sew for new babies. If you are wondering what to make, and don’t want to make a quilt, try this Sweet Baby Swaddler. I guess you’re not supposed to cover the baby with quilts and blankets in their crib. This
Well here’s a face we all know and love. And we all know what she’s especially good at. According to our last survey, you all wanted to learn to make bags. Cindy Cody is our premier bag maker. She’s persistent and has worked all of the kinks out of all the patterns she has tried. She’s very talented and a great teacher. She just has that type of brain. So,
Do you often wonder what to do with panels? We have so many wonderful panels. They’re hard to display with limited space so we thought we would have a fun playful evening to introduce you to our many, many panels. We would love to stir up creative ideas within by showing you how to alter panels, and have fun discussions about how you think they can be used. Intimidated by
Join us September 7th and 8th Have you ever wanted to know more about thread? I know that I do. I am NOT a thread aficionado. I just use thread and when I have breakage, I just quit. I have never been able to make metallic thread work, and yet I love metallic thread. I would love to know what the best threads are for which job I am
Join me for an improv workshop with color theory to make this fun modern quilt called Caution: Falling Rainbows. This is improv and everyone’s quilt will look different!!! How fun is that? Sign up by emailing [email protected] or calling 920-517-1910 Where: TBD–either Bungalow Quilting or nearby location When: Friday July 15th 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Cost: $50 Supplies: General sewing supplies such as scissors, rotary cutter, pins, mat, seam
Come and make these fab veggie bags. When:March 28th 1:00 p.m. Where: Bungalow Quilting and Yarn Supplies: We have the supplies at the Bungalow. No pattern needed. Bring basic sewing supplies and a working sewing machine that has been recently cleaned and recently used. Cost: $20, supplies not included in cost of class. You can purchase your print fabric on the day of class. If fabric not purchased at