Spring 2021 Virtual Classes

All Classes are via ZOOM

One Spring 2021 Virtual Class Pass is good for all classes in May and June and are available for PURCHASE HERE 

Register directly with the teacher by using the special email address listed on your Virtual Class Pass. Be sure to include your order #. Registrations are accepted until one week prior to the first class. 

Most classes are approximately one hour and are lecture based with demos. 



A terrific quick quilt from GE Designs.  Perfect for fat quarters.  A great chance to learn how to cut angles with the stripology ruler but just as easy using a normal ruler.

Date: May 11, 25

Time: 10 am

Teacher: Rosemary

Glorious and Free

Sew this wonderful quilt celebrating Canada just in time for Canada Day!

Date: May 12, 19, 26

Time: 1pm

Teacher: Brandy Lynn

Grandmothers Flower Garden

The Grandmothers Flower Garden (GFG) quilt is probably the most well known traditional quilt using hand sewn hexagons. There will be 2 classes this Spring . The purpose of these classes will be to get you set up to create a GFG quilt over the next few months. These quilts take a long time as they are all hand sewn. It is however very portable and is a great travel, camp or cottage or just being at home project.
We will reconvene in the Fall to share our work and address any concerns or questions as well as talk about finishing and quilting.

 I’ll be using 1” hexies but any size will work. The project uses just the hexagon shape.

Date: May 20, June 3

Time: 1 pm

Teacher: Paula

Panels to Totes

Lovely totes are easily made from beautiful printed panels. Instructions will be given to insert a lining. No interfacing required.

Date: May 27

Time: 9 am

Teacher: Sue B

The Great Finish!

Your quilt is now quilted and ready to bind! This class will explore several methods to finish binding your quilt, including machine, hand and flanged binding, with demonstrations of various tools and tips.

Date: May 28

Time: 1 pm

Teacher: Laurie 

Scrappy Trip around the World.

Use your scraps to make this quilt with a diamond pattern. Using light and dark fabrics the diamond shape radiates around a center square.  This will be a hands-on class where we will make one block to get you started on this fun quilt.

Date: May 31

Time: 9 am

Teacher: Sue B 

Wildwood Runner

Table runner, bench pillow or what other creation can we make from this kit? The kit includes laser-cut appliques and fabric to get much of the project completed.

Here is a link to the pattern and kit  choices:


Date: June 3,17

Time: 10 am

Teacher: Rosemary

 Sun Kissed Hats

Sun Kissed hats have a wide, floppy brim, adjustable back and a handy opening for your ponytail.  The reversible design allows you to mix and match.  Suitable for both boys and girls, and sized to fit infants through to adults.

Date: June 2 (Sorry this class is full)

May 26 -10 am has been added

Time: 10 am

Teacher: Margot

Delectable Mountain Baby Quilt

This is a fun technique using one package of 5” charm squares.  Make it for a baby, or a lap quilt for someone who just needs an extra bit of warmth.  You will love how this one goes together!

Date: June 4

Time: 9 am

Teacher: Sue P

Jaybird Quilts & the Hex N More Ruler

Join me to work on a Jaybird Quilt Pattern that uses the Hex N More Ruler!  Make the regular size or the mini version with the Mini Hex N More Ruler.  I have done a few of these quilts and they are so easy and they come together perfectly.

Patterns to choose from: Science Fair, Delight, Tony Dancer, Lotus, Northern Lights, Splash, Disco

Date: June 7, 21

Time: 10 am

Teacher: Jennifer

 Jelly Roll Rug

Inspired by the antique scatter mats from your grandmother’s time, these rugs are easy and fun to make.  Using one Jelly Roll they are full of colour and complementary matching fabrics from the same design line.  Or use up scraps from your stash … no matter what you use the rug will be beautiful!

Date: June 9, 16

Time: 10 am

Teacher: Margo

Big Stitch Quilting

This class is an introduction to big stitch hand quilting sometimes called utility quilting. It is different from traditional hand quilting in that the stitches are bigger and the thread used is heavier. It can be used to highlight certain areas of the quilt and can be used alone or in conjunction with machine quilting. In this class I will discuss technique, needles and thread used and various applications . This is a fun technique which is very easy to learn and very forgiving as there are no rules!

Date: June 10

Time: 1 pm

Teacher: Paula 

Colour Block Placemats and Napkins

Let’s make some fresh placemats and napkins for the summer season These, designed by Elizabeth Hartman, are quick and easy.

Date: June 14

Time: 1 pm

Teacher: Wanda

Retreat Bag

This simple zippered bag is useful to hold your quilting supplies for class or as a travel bag. The bag has a wide base and an opening held open with a wire frame. The free pattern comes in two sizes. 

Date: June 22

Time: 9 am

Teacher: Sue B 

Rotary Cutting Tips

- Accurate cutting is key to a successful project. Great tips for cutting straight strips and other shapes. We’ll explore what the must-have rulers are and how to maintain your rotary cutter.

Date: June 26

Time: 1 pm

Teacher: Elaine 

Barbados Bag

This fat quarter friendly pattern features lots of pockets including one for cell phone. Easy zipper top closure will be explained. The strap can be attached with or without a swivel hook. Great crossbody bag!

Date: June 29

Time: 9 am

Teacher: Sue B