If you attended my lectures at Quilt Expo, then you have a copy of the pattern for the State of Wisconsin. It is paper pieced, but if you don’t know how to paper piece don’t despair! It’s fun and it’s easy. There are many online tutorials that show you how to paper piece. Find one, and get the basics. Another good reference is Carol Doak.
In this class you will learn how to do the donut pillow. The pillow can be cut out before coming to class, or you can cut it out here at the Bungalow. The class is 3 hours in length. You can look at the tutorial on this site for the beginning construction, but the sewing and the turning of the donut can be tricky, and some may need
This gorgeous robe will make you feel so pretty. Whether you’re lounging by the pool or in your home. How about making this for a new Bride-to-Be? It is sure to delight anyone. And, like I said, will make you feel pretty. The class is done in 2 parts. Sunday, December 9th at 12:30 p.m. and Sunday December 16th at 12:30 p.m. Cost is $45 for the two classes. If
Are you ready to take your knitting to the next level? Well, we don’t want to make any really serious leaps! But, I bet you’ve wondered how that really awesome colorwork is done. Here’s your chance to find out. We will be doing this in two classes. October 16th and 23rd is when you can learn how to do this. We will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp. This is a
This oven mitt is amazing! I wish that I would have thought of this. But, the next best thing is to sew one up. They are easy, but take a little guidance with the pattern. This class will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 26th. This mitt is a must have for a shower gift, wedding gift or anytime gift, even to yourself. You will love the fact
Ever wanted to know how to make a buttonhole? Is this standing in your way of making pajamas? Or a shirt? Well, wonder no more. We can help with that. Even if you don’t have a fancy buttonhole foot we can show you how to do this with just your regular sewing machine. This class costs $25. Supplies needed: sewing machine in working order (must be recently cleaned and oiled)
Come one, come all. We’re doing a butterfly chair class. We have the frames right here. All you have to do is show up and pick your fabric. Call the Bungalow to sign up. Call 920-517-1910 or 748-2905 to sign up. Or, email me at [email protected] That’ll work too. Class is at 6:30 p.m on October 4th. Cost of class is $25 with supplies not included. These fold up beautifully.
How do they do it? How do people get perfect points? Well, it starts with cutting correctly and measuring correctly, but we all know that. How about a few pointers (ha ha, get the pun?) on how to do this yourself? The secret is to not start at the very edge of the piece–well, that is, for triangles. Here, let me show you what I mean. Here’s a sample of
We have created almost every single state in the union for a sew a long. Do you like to paper piece? To tell you the truth, it’s not my favorite form of piecing. However, there are so many things that you can only accomplish with paper piecing that you can’t accomplish in any other way. There are many, many great tutorials on line about how to paper piece. If you
Cuddle is the most amazing fabric. It’s also very forgiving. When a new type of substrate comes out, people are initially shy about it. But once everyone really starts sewing with it, it it’s good, it sticks. Think about polyester. I know, it conjures up all sorts of visions of leisure suits from the 70s, and dresses from the 60s. But hey. We’ve done so much more since then! Think