Wednesday, July 3, 2019

17. Shirley Ware - KIDS CLASS CLOSED 1/28

Two Day Tuesday & Wednesday
Ages 9-14

​All supplies and materials are included in the cost of the class. Children just need to show up with a lunch and wearing closed toe shoes. 

Children will complete a Rail Fence Quilt using 40-42 strips. This will allow for many creative arrangements! The quilt will be approximately 40” X 60”. The quilt will have batting, backing and binding. We will hand tie the layers together.

After a little practice for sewing machine control, and basic sewing skills, the students will get “Quilt Cash” to go shopping at the vendors to pick out a fabric strip set and backing fabric for their quilt. This is an active class that will keep the students busy for 2 days. If time permits students may have the opportunity to create other items. Children should pack a lunch or bring money to purchase lunch.

Maximum enrollment 10

No previous sewing experience necessary

1. Lu Corts - Bargello Pinwheel

Join Lu in the construction of this awesome bargello 60" x 60" lap quilt.  Using fat quarters of 20 different fabrics, we will be making just 2 different blocks and repeating each 8 times to make this pinwheel design. This class is labeled intermediate though it is just straight sewing, a quarter inch seam allowance is needed consistently.  Lu has some tricks up her sleeve to help you accomplish this.  It's a wonderful introduction to bargello and will leave you wanting to do more.    Intermediate

Maximum enrollment 10

MONDAY, JUly 1, 2019 9am - 4pm

25. Melonie Unger - Winter Fun

23. Jessica VanDenBurgh - Cailey Bag Max 8

Cailey - Skill level beginner, max 8

 The Cailey Handbag is a great bag for beginners and anyone who would like to learn a little about working with cork.  Use a little or use a lot (or none at all!).  We will also learn about both styles of hardware you can use for this perfect everyday bag!

All supplies and patterns from Log Cabin

17. Kids Class - Shirley Ware - 

3. Bonnie Turner - Spool Sampler

This is a very scrappy quilt that was designed by all the shops participating in the Quilter's Quest Shop Hop 2018.
We hope you will enjoy this quilt as much as we did designing it.

Each Spool Block is 12 1/2" unfinished. The center sampler block measures 9 1/2". My suggestion is to bring 1 yard of  background fabric. It may or may not be used in every block.

16. Melonie Unger - Hannah Rose Table Runner

10.. Linda Warren - Moonlighting

3. Spool Sampler - Bonnie Turner

9. Melonie Unger -Phlox - Wool Applique

             13. Bev Stellges - Half A Log Cabin

Showcase a beautiful, colorful print in a half log cabin quilt!  

Half log cabin blocks frame the large scale print but don’t overwhelm the design;  instead they enhance the colors in the print!  Easy systematic process of sewing the fabric strips to make a variety of blocks.

Skill Level:  beginner to expert

Number of students:  10 (2 to a table) 

Quilt size:  center without borders = 60” x 60”

9. Pat Osetek - On The Trail Wall Hanging

15. Pat Osetek - Pineapple Farm

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 Classes 9am - 4pm




6. Road Trip - Skill level intermediate, max 8

Jessica VanDenBurgh - TWO DAY CLASS

The Road Trip Bag is the perfect overnight bag.  Plenty of room for a weekend away.  Also makes a great baby bag.  In class we will learn about hardware, zippers and more!

8B - Sue Pritt Welcome Beary Wallhanging- Scroll up and look at Monday to pick your project!  

10. Moonlighting - Linda Warren - CLOSED

Shown 36” x 48”, but you can make it larger by adding more 12” blocks.

Level: Advanced Beginner with basic machine piecing skills.

Use The Learning Curve Ruler (Methods 2 & 5) to make these machine-pieced circle blocks. No previous experience with The Learning Curve is required. Learn how fabric selection changes the look of the block, including how to achieve the transparency effect. Make it scrappy like the sample (each block different), or make all the blocks the same for a unified look. There will be leftovers to make 4” curvy pinwheel blocks (one per circle block). 
Maximum enrollment 10

18 .Linda Warren - Well Rounded

13. Bev Stellges - Half a Log Cabin

21. Bonnie Turner - Project Bag

2. French Quarter

21. Bonnie Turner - Project Bag

Ruth & Sophie Project Bags
Here is another fun embroidery project with coloring!
You can make either bags or not. Choose either pattern and 
we'll go from there. If you didn't want to put this into a bag
it could be signed and framed for a lovely gift.

18. Linda Warren  

Shown 36” x 36”, but you can make it larger by adding more 4” units.

Level: Intermediate, preferably with some experience with The Learning Curve.

Use The Learning Curve Ruler (Methods 3 & 6) to make this machine-pieced illusion of overlapping circles. The units are surprisingly easy to make. With careful pressing and pinning, your seams will match to create perfect overlapping circles. The sample quilt uses one solid and one ombre (gradation) fabric, but you can also make this scrappy with lights and darks.

Maximum enrollment 10.

4. Bev Stellges - Mystery Quilt

And the mystery is that you will not know what the quilt looks like until you finish the top in class!  You will bring your fabrics cut into necessary pieces and be given just step one.  Once that step is completed, you will be given the next step continuing until the quilt is completed.  A fun and exciting time in anticipation of the final result! With different fabric choices by classmates, awesome quilts will be produced.  This year’s quilt is based on using scraps or a wide variety of fabrics from your stash!!!!!

8 A. B. C . “Welcome to Moosenbeary” - Sue Pritt

**students either choose 1 / 2 or all 3 days. Please read description carefully!

“Welcome to Moosenbeary” is one of three patterns from my Moosenbeary series.  

It measures 31”w by 15”h and uses techniques of simple piecing, fusible raw edge machine appliqué and quilting as you go! You’ll also learn to make a hanging sleeve and attach flanged binding completely by machine!  And always lots of tips and tricks!

QUILTERS - Besides this pattern, there is also “the Swingin’ Moose”, (19”w by 25”h) and
“the Fishin’ Bear”, (19”w by 25”h).

You may choose ANY one of the three camp days to make any ONE of the three Moosenbeary patterns!  

Sign up for any day, then bring your pick of the three patterns with supplies. 

You may also decide to combine them into a wall hanging that measures 31”w by 25”h.  If combining them you’ll need TWO or THREE days depending on your skill level. 

See supplies and cutting directions for combining all three at the bottom of the supply list for “Welcome to Moosenbeary”. 
Skill Level   -   Beginner to advanced.

Number of Students   -  10

12. Lisa Fagan - Bloom Where Are You Planted

1. Corts - Bargello

Adirondack Quilt Camp

​​​​​​Adirondack Quilt Camp

20. Hearth Basket Class - CLOSED 2/1

Learn the basics of basket making or refine your weaving skills at this one day class.  The hearth style basket is meant to hold newspapers and kindling, but can be used to store a variety of items, such as blankets, towels or your massive collection of fat quarters.  Students will select colors to create their own unique basket.  The base is 10” by 18” and finished dimensions of the basket are 20” wide by 14” high by 10” across.  All tools and materials will be provided by the instructor.  
The additional materials fee for the class is $35.  

** If registering for this class please send a separate check for $35.  


7. ​Pat Osetek - Gorgeous Gourds Wall Hanging

9.  Melonie Unger – Phlox
This beautiful wool table mat looks nice and bright on a table or wall.  It’s very easy and relaxing to stitch on.  You will learn how to cut the flowers and embroidery stitches to attach the flowers and stitch the vines.  If you’ve never done wool work, this is a perfect project to start with.  You’ll be hooked!

Size 12” circle.
Number of Students - 10

Skill Level - Easy

               5. Pat Flath - Open Studio  - Monday  All Levels Welcome

UFO (unfinished objects), WIPS (works in progress), PIGS (projects in garbage sacks), we all have them.  It's time to move some of them from your undone pile to your done pile.  That's what Studio can do for you.  It gives you the time and inspiration and opportunity to finish.  

23. Cailey Bag - Jessica VanDenBurgh

26. Linda Warren - Double Take

24. Pat Osetek - Twisted Tiles

​11. Corts – Cabin by the Lake- CLOSED 1/28
Cabin By The Lake is a beautiful quilt that is comprised of blue skies, purple mountains, green trees, running water and fall leaves surrounding a cabin in this amazing setting.  This 68"x 92" beauty is a sampler of sorts and we will be making one of each block during the class.  This quilt is great done in batiks or in traditional fabrics and is advertised as a Stash Buster as well    Advanced Beginner

26. Linda Warren - Double Take

Shown 58” x 70” (48” x 60” without border). Larger sizes optional. 

Level: Advanced beginner with basic machine piecing skills.

We will make this versatile unit in two color ways, and then arrange the units to get repeating stars and diamonds that appear to be a double image or shadow. There will be leftover half-square triangle units to use later in the border, backing, or coordinating pillows.

Maximum enrollment 12.

11. Lu Corts - Cabin by the Lake

Image TBD! 

7. ​Pat Osetek - Gorgeous Gourds, by Hissfitz Designs:  Enjoy the beautiful bounty of fall with this easy to make appliquéd pattern.  Appliqué stitching may be done by hand or by machine.  Create this stunning wallhanging to enhance your autumn decor. Finished Size 24 1/4″ x 29 1/4″.


Skill Level—Confident Beginner and beyond

Maximum enrollment-10

​​20. Shea Farrell Carr - Hearth Basket

6. Road Trip - Jessica VanDenBurgh

15. Pat Osetek - Pineapple Farm

Pineapple Farm (Patterns by Elizabeth Hartman)-Use your favorite fat quarters, 10” fabric squares, or yardage to piece these sweet patchwork pineapples.  The pattern includes instructions for 3 quilt sizes and a 20” by 20” quilted pillow cover. (Baby Quilt-35” by 43”, Lap Quilt-61” by 69”, Picnic Quilt-74” by 82”)

Skill Level-Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

Maximum enrollment-10

 ​2. French Quarter - Pat Cunningham

Finished Size:  72 x 72 - CLOSED 1/28

French Quarter is a fat quarter friendly quilt and a wonderful way to use your favorite collection or grouping of fat quarters.  This is a simple one block quilt and the pattern is created with the layout, starting in the center and working in rounds.  The block is inspired by a traditional Drunkard’s Path,  but this version requires no curves, just the illusion of curves with simple strip piecing.

French Quarter is a quilt for both beginners and seasoned quilters alike.  

Max. 10 students


12. Lisa Fagan - Bloom Where Are You Planted - CLASS CLOSED 2/1

Beginner to advanced students.
Enjoy a relaxing day doing wool applique! Work on this 11 ½” round table mat that is perfect for summer and fall with a watering can settled in among the flowers. Perfect for beginners or more advanced.  

Max number of students: 10

16 - Melonie Unger - Hannah Rose Table Runner 
Hannah Rose is an adorable table runner that will look darling in your home or as a gift.

It finishes 37” x 11 1/4”     Skill level Easy​

25. Melonie Unger - Winter Fun

Skill Level - Intermediate
Maximum # Students – 10

This is an adorable wall hanging.  Students will learn how to transfer patterns onto wool and embroidery to enhance the designs.  Great to the display during the entire winter.

Size of finished quilt is 19 1/2” x 22 1/2”

19. Lu Corts - Nine Patch Snowball

Here's the ultimate scrap quilt.  Jump in that biiiiiig stash, and dig out all of your favorite leftovers; it will be a stroll down memory lane.  You just need strips that are 2 1/2 x 21 so if you don't have a stash (hahhahhahhhhahhahhhahhhahaa) you can use fat quarters or prepackaged strips just as well.  The more fabrics you use, the merrier the quilt.  Lu's sample is a lap size.  It's fun to make this traditional pattern in those beautiful modern fabrics on the market.  The pattern has fabric requirements from crib to queen size.       Beginner plus

​​19.. Lu Corts - Nine Patch Snowball

8 A.B.C.  ​Sue Pritt - Welcome to Moosenbeary

22. Pat Flath 
UFO (unfinished objects), WIPS (works in progress), PIGS (projects in garbage sacks), we all have them.  It's time to move some of them from your undone pile to your done pile.  That's what Studio can do for you.  It gives you the time and inspiration and opportunity to finish.  And Pat will be there to help you as needed.

Sunday, June 28th thru Wed. July 1st, 2020 long lake ny 

               14. Pat Flath - Open Studio  -   All Levels Welcome CLOSED

UFO (unfinished objects), WIPS (works in progress), PIGS (projects in garbage sacks), we all have them.  It's time to move some of them from your undone pile to your done pile.  That's what Studio can do for you.  It gives you the time and inspiration and opportunity to finish.  

24. Pat Osetek - Twisted Tiles

Twisted Tiles Description

Spinning round and round, Twisted Tiles by Snow Day Designs demonstrates how a quilt that goes together quickly can give the illusion of motion.  The pattern makes three different sizes; lap, twin and queen.

Finished Sizes:
Lap: 68" x 68"
Twin: 68" x 93"
Queen: 93" x 93"

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
Maximum Enrollment—10