31. Linda Warren Twistar
Easy machine piecing creates the illusion of overlapping stars. You will cut squares and rectangles and sew straight seams, (no Y seams.) The pieced border completes the look. This is a great pattern to feature large-scale prints in the star centers. Requires basic machine piecing skills.
Sample quilt measures 48” x 48”.

3.  Lu Corts –Winter Solstice - CLOSED 1/29
This design by Patti Carey is a stunning representation of the place we love; the woods and the mountains! It is a delectable throw size quilt, perfect for a stunning wall hanging as well as to wrap up in or it can also be made queen size!  Join Lu in the making of this spectacular reminder of where we spend our happiest times.

23. Julie Burger - Broken Daisy Placemats

The Broken Daisy Placemats are a fun easy to complete project that come out just beautiful and can be done in MANY different colorways. The pattern includes enough papers for four 14″ x 17″ placemats.  This class is GREAT for beginners!  A sewing technique called foundation paper piecing is used to assemble the units required to make this quilt. Curved piecing is used to join the units after the foundation piecing is completed and the way I will show you to do it is easy-peasy!!!!!  Make some for your gift giving today  

Max:  10 Students

Skill Level:  Beginner

5. Spicy Spiral- Bonnie Turner

​2. Prismatic Star- 2 DAY CLASS - Julie Burger  -CLOSED 6/7/18

This beautiful quilt uses Bali Pops 48 strip (2 1/2“) pack which are pre-arranged into 6 sets of 8 strips from dark to light or you can create your own and background fabric.  Strips are sewn (paper pieced) onto foundation paper to complete what we call a ‘Strip Set’. After the strip sets are completed, they are cut apart, rearranged and resewn into a diamond star point. Super fun!

Max. 10 students

Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner

25. Sunflower Stitchery Flower - Bonnie Turner

18.  Pat Osetek - Pretzel Twist -CLOSED
Pretzel Twist was inspired by little twisted pretzel sticks It looks complicated but it really isn't.

The blocks in this throw are very easy to make, you just have to pay attention to color placement. Try it!

48” by 64”
Beginner and beyond
Class size max. 10

17. Jessica Vandenburgh All Around Tote .

31. Linda Warren - Twistar

21. Linda Warren  Turbulence
This fascinating illusion of motion, curves, and transparency is achieved with one block. Use rotary cutting, chain piecing, and all straight seams. If you enjoy a challenge and like to think a little outside the box, this class is for you. Your efforts will be rewarded with a quilt that looks much more complicated to make than it actually was. Because fabric selection is important, some students like to bring a few extra fabrics if there is doubt.
Sample quilt measures 41” x 41”.

13. Lu Corts - Stack and Whack

4. Pat Cunningham - Dresden Plate 

3. Winter Soltice- Lu Corts

2. Prismatic Star- Burger

27. Jessica Vandenburgh -Drift
Drift is a fun take on the traditional clamshell pattern.  Pattern uses the Pathways Ruler.

​Full sized templates are also included.

​Finished Size: 60" x 75"

24. Sunflower Stichery Folder - Bonnie Turner

An embroiderery class!  

24. Luanne Corts – Morley Moose - CLOSED 
The quintessence of the Adirondack mountains, Morley J Moose brings a giant smile to your face each time you gaze upon him.  Join Lu in the creation of this wonderful guy using a simple machine applique technique Lu calls “Slaplique”; slap him on and stitch around him!  Choose the background colors you like the best and then choose the colors for Morley, the more the merrier.  This is a such a fun design, you may find yourself making one for a gift as well.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

19.  Sue Pritt – Up North-Four Seasons - CLOSED 1/30

Four wall hangings to choose from – Winter, Spring, Summer & Autumn. 

Make any one of these 18” x 18” wall hangings in a one day class, using the patterns, “Up North Winter”, “Up North Spring”, “Up North Summer” OR “Up North Autumn” by Sue Pritt. 

Techniques of simple piecing, fusible web machine appliqué and quilting as you go. 

Skill Level 

Beginner to advanced. 
Max 10

17. Jessica Vandenburgh All Around Tote

This tote bag has a place for everything!  The outside is loaded with pockets - 8 total.  Inside is 2 zippered pockets and a center divider to keep you organized.  The flap closes with a simple to install twist lock. 

​​Ready to try out some cork?  This is a great bag to try!

​18"W x 11-1/2"H x 6"D
Finished Size

14. Lisa Fagan - Folk Art Pumpkin - Machine Applique.

Use the invisible machine applique technique to make a folk art pumpkin table runner or wall hanging.  Have fun while learning to do bias stems, reverse applique, points and curves all with your sewing machine. This technique does not use fusible web.   Approx. size 14” x 32”.  All skill levels welcome. 

Max number of students: 10

15. Bev Stellges – Mystery Quilt - CLOSED 

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 strips 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.


​13. Corts – Stack & Whack

Join Lu for the construction of this long time favorite by Bethany Reynolds. Just pick a large print with lots of color and variety of shapes and away we go. Need some help picking your fabrics? Call Log Cabin Fabrics and have them send you a set of mirrors made especially for this purpose.  You will never look at  large prints the same way again. Once you make one, you will want to use this technique over and over again because each one is so very different.

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 Classes 9am - 4pm

11. Melonie Unger -Cabin Wool Mat - Monday Class

10. Sue Pritt - Turtle Beach

8. Jessica Vandenburgh - Abby Sling Bag -CLOSED 1/29

The Abby Sling Bag is the perfect size purse for everyday! The outside has 2 deep front pockets and 1 zippered pocket in the back.  A recessed zippered top and inside divided pockets finish off this fun sling bag. 

​Ready to try out some cork?  This is a great bag to try!

               7. Pat Flath - Open Studio  - Monday  All Levels Welcome FULL

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.  

5. Bonnie Turner - Spicy Spiral Table Runner- Monday Class

This pattern is a great way to learn to 
use a wedge ruler. It is a fun pattern 
that makes a great gift as well
as something fun for your summer table.


4.  Dresden Plate
Instructor:  Pat Cunningham
The Dresden Plate is a very traditional quilt block and was very popular in the 1930’s.  In this class, using a special ruler you will learn to make this block easily and accurately.  The block lends itself to any number of fabrics, including batiks, 1930’s reproductions, Christmas, or modern.  You can use a light background or a dark background.  The class sample is made up of 12 14-inch blocks, a 5-inch border and measures approximately 52” x 64”.  Once the blocks are made, you can choose to add sashing to make a larger quilt, or make 3 or 4 blocks for a simple table runner.  The choice is all yours!

Skill Level:  This Class is designed for confident beginners.

Maximum Number of Students:  8

1. Children’s Quilt Class Monday and Tuesday all day.    Shirley Ware Teacher.  Ages 8-14 Max 10 Special Kids Class pricing $140 - CLOSED
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 Quilted Duffle Bag using 2 Charm Fabric Packs. This will allow for many creative arrangements as seen in sample photos! The quilted duffle will be approximately 18” X 9” X 9”. The quilted duffle will have batting, backing and webbing handles. We will machine quilt 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 Charm Fabric Pack 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 or purchase a lunch.

No previous sewing experience necessary

Ages 8-14

Maximum enrollment 10

MONDAY, JUNE 25th 9am - 4pm

19. Sue Pritt - Four Seasons

               16. Pat Flath - Open Studio  -   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.  

6. Bev Stellges - Oopsie Daisy


What a delightful wall hanging or quilt!  Learn how to use fusible web and how to buttonhole stitch around your appliqué pieces.  This can be made into a baby quilt, a wall hanging or a full size quilt.  Choose a variety of 30s fabrics or fabrics from you own palette.  Fun!  Fun!  Fun!

​​22.. Shea Farrell Carr - Child Pack Basket

9. Pat Osetek - On The Trail Wall Hanging

10.  Sue Pritt - Turtle Beach

Make this “Summery” 32” x 26” wall hanging in a one day class, using the pattern, “Turtle Beach” by Sue Pritt.

Techniques of simple piecing, fusible web machine appliqué and quilting as you go.

Skill Level
Moderate to advanced.
Number of Students  10


30. Melonie Unger - Double Bear Paw

14. Lisa Fagan Folk Art Pumpkin - Machine Applique.

28. Pat Osetek – Lickety Split

​Grab your scraps and quickly create this fun, easy log cabin quilt. This pattern is from Cut  Loose Press written by Jean Anne Wright and uses Creative Grids Ruler CGRJAW1.

Finished size: 42” by 50”.

Class size Max. 10

Confident beginner and beyond

22. Shea Farrell Carr Child Pack 
Create your own traditional Adirondack pack basket at this one day class.  Adirondack guides carried trapping supplies and animal pelts in these baskets; today they can be used as an alternative to a back pack on hiking and camping trips, to carry children’s sand toys to the beach, or for storing fabric, blankets or towels at home.  The small (or child’s) size pack basket is an appropriate size for adolescents and smaller framed women; the base is 6” by 9” and finished dimensions of the basket are 10 ½” at the widest part by 15” tall.  The cost of materials includes a solid wood base, and students can choose light brown, olive green or red straps.  No prior basket making experience is necessary, and all tools and materials will be provided by the instructor. 

30.  Melonie Unger – Double Bear Paw - CLOSED 1/29

Size - 17 1/2" x 17 1/2”

Skill Level - Easy

Number Students - 10

The Bear Paw block is one of my favorites and very relevant to Long Lake.  Even though you are stitching little 3 1/2” blocks, I consider this one 12” block.  It looks difficult, but I’ll show you how easy it is!

Image TBD! 

29. Sue Pritt - Wristlet Organizer Bag

28. Pat Osetek - Lickety Split

9.  Pat Osetek -- On The Trail - Wall Hanging - CLOSED 2/5

Moonlight Moose, Night Owl, Autumn Leaves, Summer Dragonfly, Serenity, Moonshadows Wall Hanging


Choose one or more of these patterns or kits to create a small wall hanging. This fun, creative technique uses fusible appliqué and decorative machine stitching to create a
beautiful effect. This is finally a chance to use all those stitches!
Night Owl 8” by 16”,
Autumn Leaves 9” by 16”, Moonlight Moose 10” by 16”, Summer Dragonfly 8” by 17”,
Serenity 12 1/2” by 22”, Moonshadows 21” by 14”.

Confident Beginner


12.. Linda Warren - Over the Moon

23. Julie Burger - Broken Daisy Placemats

Tuesday Evening CLASS with Log Cabin Fabrics, Hexagon Needle Keep. All you need to bring are scissors and thimble if you use one. $20, 7pm - SEPARATE CHECK PLEASE! 

12. Linda Warren - Over the Moon

All levels of quilters with basic machine piecing skills can make this stunning illusion of overlapping squares and circles. The curved units that create the “moons” are made with The Learning Curve ruler. In this workshop, you will learn how to use The Learning Curve, learn how to sew curves with free-form curved piecing, and get help planning your quilt layout. We will use the design wall to discover how different fabric combinations create different visual effects. You will learn how to make an optional curvy pieced border.

Quilt size: no border 44” x 44”, plain border 48” x 48”, curvy border 52” x 52”Description pending!.  

29.  Sue Pritt – Wristlet Organizer Bag

Two quick projects to make in a one day class. 

Morning - we’ll make the wristlet! (pattern is “Kaitlynn’s Just Right Bag” by Sue Pritt)  A wristlet large enough for your i-phone, ID, money, checkbook, glasses, etc

Afternoon is the Organizer Bag (pattern is “Gotta Have It Bag” by Sue Pritt)  Great bag for all your sewing supplies to take on retreats, sew-ins or just hang it next to your work station.

Skill Level

Beginners to advanced.

Number of Students: 10

27. Jessica Vandenburgh - Drift Quilt

Monday Evening Basket Class with Shea Farrell Carr - Small Wall Basket


(includes all tools & materials)

Finished size:

6” wide  x 7” high x 4 ½” across

Base: 2” x 6” 7pm

20. Melonie Unger - Flower Basket

11.  Melonie Unger – Cabin Wool Mat
Wool Cabin Table Mat or Picture – Melonie Unger

This beautiful Wool Cabin Table Mat will warm up any home or cabin. You may want to put it in a frame and hang it too.  Learn how to transfer your pattern onto your wool and then embellish with stitches to create a piece you can be proud of.

Size, 10" x 20”

Number of Students - 10

Skill Level - Easy

1. Kids Class - Tote Bag

June 24, - june 27, 2018 long lake ny 

Adirondack Quilt Camp

​​​​​​Adirondack Quilt Camp

21. Linda Warren - Turbulence

24. Luanne Corts - Morley Moose

20.  Melonie Unger – Flower Basket

Size:  14” x 14”
Number of Students - 12
Skill Level - Easy

These little flower basket blocks are adorable.  Make 4 blocks for a little quilt or make several more for a larger one.  It looks fussy, but trust me, it’s easy!  You may embellish it with little wool flowers if you wish.

 26. Open Studio in the Gym with Bev Stellges Wednesday - CLOSED 1/30

    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.

8. Jessica Vandenburgh - Abby Sling Bag

18. Pat Osetek - Pretzel Twist