18.  Pat Osetek - Midnight Moon, Night Owl, or Autumn Leaves Wall Hanging/Class- CLOSED 1/26

Choose one or more of these separately purchased 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 technique can be used to create wonderful creative quilted pieces of your own design. Night Owl 8” by 16”, Autumn Leaves 9” by 16”, Moonlight Moose 10” by 16”

Max. 10

Confident Beginner

18. Pat Osetek - Wall Hangings

9.  Sue Pritt - For our Monday Class, quilters will be able to choose between TWO patterns, “Ready for Retreat” OR “At the Beach”.

“Ready for Retreat” is the perfect beginner project that’s quick to make, requires very little fabrics and supplies, AND is super cute too, with the ever popular VW beetle!   
Size is 20”wide x 20”high – has simple piecing AND fast, fusible web machine appliqué. 

“At the Beach” is also perfect for beginners, but advanced quilters will love it too!  It’s quick to make AND we all can remember being “at the beach” with the sand in our toes!    
Size is 20”wide x 20”high – has simple piecing with fast, fusible web machine appliqué. Type your paragraph here.

30. Melonie Unger - Winter Memories

8.  Pat Osetek -- Machine Quilting/Placemats Class Description

Work to develop and improve your machine quilting skills using your domestic machine. First, we will try out a variety of machine quilting motifs on practice fabric. Then work on a project of your own to quilt. Bring your own finished project, a panel, or make your own quick and easy placemats to machine quilt. Learn a quick self binding technique for easy finishing.

Max. 10

Confident Beginner

11. Louisa Wright - Iris Wall Hanging

12. A Leaf Placemat - Julie Burger

22. Julie Burger - Desert Sky

19.  Sue Pritt – Puppy Canoe

These adorable, curious puppies are so darn cute!  You’ll love making them for yourself or for your favorite “doggy” human friend!

Puppy Canoe is easy to make following complete directions and many diagrams.  There’s simple piecing, quilting as you go, and easy fusible web, machine appliqué.

Finished size is 28”w x 26”h

17. Jessica Vandenburgh Spinner

Learn the basics of curved piecing using this fun and easy pattern.  In class we will work on the larger Spinners blocks, trouble shoot half square triangles & curved sewing and also discuss the smaller blocks needed for the border as well as tips for easy assembly of the quilt top.    

12. Julie Burger. Tea Time Placemats in a striking leaf design are sure to catch the eyes of your guests! Taught by Long Lake’s Adirondack Quilt Camp Instructor, Julie Burger from Quilt with Passion.  Papers for four placemats are included in the pattern.  You will learn the newest paper piecing technique, called Curved Paper Piecing, to add the vein element of the leaf.  With a regular binding around the shape of the paper pieced element, these little leaves can be hung on a wall in a collage, or placed on a table as a feature element.  You can also create a background and applique the leaf to the top, if you like!  Make them in different colorways to go with your décor or the seasons!  Beginners and advanced quilters will enjoy making these!  Perfect points and success every time! 

Maximum:  10 quilters

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 Classes 9am - 4pm

10. Melonie Unger - Up North - Monday Class

9. Sue Pritt - Beach Bag or Volkswagen Wall Hanging Choose One! 


7. Jessica Vandenburgh - Prima Diva Clutch Wallet\

CLOSED 2/7

The Prima Diva Clutch Wallet is the perfect accessory to hold all your credit cards, cash and even your phone!  Add a wrist strap to make it into a clutch or a chain to use it as an evening bag.  Learn how easy it is to add the Diva Frame hardware too!

               6. Bev Stellges - Open Studio  - Monday  All Levels Welcome

CLOSED 3/4

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 - Crazy Love - Monday Class


A Crabapple Hill Embroidery pattern called Crazy Love.
This cute little bag project with hand embroidery is perfect 
as a gift or a Quilt Camp keepsake.
Supplies listed on the pattern plus

Small embroidery scissors
Threads listed or if you already have a supply of your own
this is a creative license moment-just because the pattern is done one way doesn't mean you have to do it the same way!!
An embroidery hoop to fit the size of your fabric.
This piece finishes approx. 7 x 9. 
I like a 7" hoop so I usually start with a larger piece of fabric and cut it down to size when I am done
with the embroidery.
Chenille needles size #22 or #24 
Now if you have done any embroidery before feel free to
premark you design on your fabric so you can jump right in
when class starts. As always I will cover the project from start to finish so if you are new to this I will explain everything in class.

4.  Heartfire Scrappy Hexagon Quilt
Instructor:  Pat Cunningham

The blocks for this scrappy hexagon quilt are constructed like a log cabin block, except the center of your block is a hexagon rather than a square and you connect your completed blocks with 60 degree triangles.  Special rulers are not required for class.  The templates for the hexagon centers and connecting triangles can be cut from template plastic.

The quilt finishes at 58” x 70” and is made up of 39  8 ½” blocks.  The class sample was made with a variety of 1800’s reproduction fabrics.  This pattern works well in any colorway, including batiks, brights, 1800’s reproductions, 1930’s reproductions, Christmas fabrics, or two color quilts.  It is a great quilt for using up scraps.

Skill Level:  Confident Beginner.  Must have rotary cutting experience and able to sew an accurate ¼” seams.        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 $130 
 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 Half Square Triangle quilt using a Layer Cake Fabric Pack. This will allow for many creative arrangements as seen in sample photos! 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 Layer Cake 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 a lunch and bathing suit so if the weather is good we can spend our lunch hour at the beach.

No previous sewing experience necessary

Ages 8-14

Maximum enrollment 10

MONDAY, JUNE 26th 9am - 4pm

June 25, - june 28, 2017 long lake ny 

Adirondack Quilt Camp

22. Julie Burger - Desert Sky - CLOSED 1/26

Taught by Long Lake’s Adirondack Quilt Camp Instructor, Julie Burger from Quilt with Passion

This paper pieced sample quilt is 48″ x 54″, but if you want to make it larger, you can get extra replacement papers!  In this class you will learn how to organize and cut the Judy Niemeyer way along with paper piecing and curved piecing which will result in a stunning quilt.  You will be provided with cutting instruction to speed up the cutting process, allowing you to stack and cut your fat quarters in two groups of nine fabrics. An even amount of yardage is needed for each color. This small wall hanging is definitely one to add to your collection. The skill level ranges from beginner to advanced.

Maximum:  10 quilters

5. Crazy Love - Bonnie Turner

2. Fractured Paint Box - Julie Burger  Beginning Paper Piecing the Judy Niemeyer wa

Learn the beginning skills of paper piecing as we create a fractured paint box quilt. Even advanced paper piecers will love this pattern due to the beautiful quilt result! Get comfortable with paper piecing the Judy Niemeyer way, which will produce a stunning quilt! Learn how to read her patterns, organize the project and paper piece.  Skill level:  Beginner, 10 students maximum

27. Jessica Vandenburgh - Cartwheels

13. Lu Corts - Sweet & Sassy/Nested Gems

4. Pat Cunningham - Scrappy Hexagon

23. Luanne Corts – Herky Jerky

This amazing technique by Kathleen Parman is so much fun to do and the end result is spectacular.  Join Lu and create a wonderful wall hanging that celebrates one of our most beautiful seasons, Autumn.  Once you get started, you can’t stop and will definitely have this ready to hang on the wall when that season is upon us.  The book that you will get has many different projects to make using "Slapplique" as Lu calls machine applique, and each one is as awesome as the next. It’s like mini free motion, very liberating and fun.

15. Bev Stellges – Square in a Square

The finished squares are 6”.  With this in mind, you can decide how large you would like to make your quilt top without borders.  For the triangles the fabric possibilities are endless.  Pick a theme such as a holiday like Halloween or Christmas, an animal like cats or dogs, flowers, birds or a color scheme made up of scraps.   Choose a variety of fabrics.

Squares:  Since most fabric is @40” to 42” wide, you would be able to get (6) 6 ½” cut squares out of each strip cut across the fabric.  Determine how many squares you need to figure how much fabric you must bring to class.  Remember:  You want to cut squares out of a variety of fabric, the more the merrier, so you only need fat quarters or regular quarter yard pieces or scraps from your stash in various prints.
Sashing strips:  Strips are cut 1 ½” x 10”.  One strip cut across your fabric will yield 4 sashing strips if the fabric is at least 40” wide minus the selvage.  Each square has one sashing strip so you will need the same number of sashing strips as squares in your quilt.  A half yard of fabric will give you about 12 strips or 48 sashing strips when cut (40” wide fabric – need more if less than that.)  Pick a contrasting color or a theme like paw prints for cats or dogs.
Borders:  Purchase after the quilt top is completed to determine the best color.

 

​​​​Adirondack Quilt Camp

19. Sue Pritt - Puppy Canoe

24. Tea Time with Bonnie Turner

29. Sue Pritt - Sunset Lake

7. Jessica Vandenburgh - Prima Diva Wallet

Monday Evening Basket Class with Shea Farrell Carr - Materials fee is $25. 7pm

28. Pat Osetek – Summer At the Beach
Take a jelly roll and a background fabric and create this refreshing, fun quilt. Bold fabrics make this very striking. Summer at the Beach is strip pieced with a cutting technique that makes it easy and quick to assemble. The pattern is written for a 67” by 67” finished quilt. Just include more fabric and make it any size you would like. Pattern written by Shontelle Stanyer of England Street Quilts.

Max. 10

Confident Beginner

14.  Lisa Fagan – Butterflies

Little Butterflies is a very cute 14" x 18 1/2" wall hanging or table topper.  We will use invisible machine applique to create these gorgeous butterflies.This is a great project to learn or perfect your invisible machine applique.


​13. Corts – Sweet & Sassy--All Levels - CLOSED 1/26

Join Lu in the fun of making this striking quilt, Nested Gems, using the versatile Sweet N Sassy tool by Creative Grids. Start with a pack of those marvelous 2½” strips, either batiks or cottons, and away you go!  The process is simplistic; it’s almost impossible to mess up, and the end result is very impressive.  This can be a great “guy” quilt and equally a sweet “gal” quilt all determined with your choice of fabrics.  There are many quilts you can make using this tool; it’s a nice addition to your collection. 

Flannel backed table cloth and duct tape for design wall

30.  Melonie Unger – Winter Memories

Winter Memories PQD-173

68”L X 62”W

Sledding hills, skating ponds, and cold, clear nights! Here is a quilt with simple piecing and fusible appliqué designs that celebrates the joys of winter. Optional embellishments (pom-poms, nailheads, ribbon, buttons) add detail - your scraps provide variety.

20.  Melonie Unger – Blossom

Pattern adjusts to fit ANY SIZE tablet or reader, even over an attached hard case.

Easy wool applique--you don't have to turn under the edge.

Simple embroidery with clear diagrams.

Lined with a second layer of felted wool for added protection.

Easy hand sewing and a little machine sewing.

 26. Open Studio in the Gym with Pat Flath Wednesday 

    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.


25. Bev Stellges teaches Pat’s Favorite Table Runner

Purchase the pattern:  Pat’s Favorite Table Runner  (The Art of the Quilt)

Fabric:

-There are three different sizes of the table runner with fabric amounts given in the pattern.  My samples were the “table runner with three floral squares”. 

- The floral fabric listed may instead be a novelty fabric or anything you wish to choose.

- Note that the Floral fabric listed in the pattern has an asterisk to see a note below on the page.  It is imperative that you purchase more than the ½ yard listed for any of the three table runners in order to have enough to cut the floral (or novelty) fabric squares.  Be aware of fabric with a directional pattern and the repeat.  You will need 6 ½” squares for the center.

- The monofilament thread listed is for machine quilting.  Choose your own thread for this.

Tuesday Evening Pin Cushion Bunny Class with Log Cabin Fabrics, $20, 7pm

11. ‘Iris Sunset’   TWO DAY CLASS!  

Monday & Tuesday

Louisa Austin Wright   Intermediate

Whole cloth painted back ground with fusible applique, and painted iris and thread painting.


You should have some knowledge of fusible applique and thread painting..

You will need to have a machine that is capable of free motion stitching with either a darning or free motion foot
Please be sure your machine is working and ready for this technique.
Material fee - $50

**You supply basic tools and cutting surface. Bring any special threads you have.Type your paragraph here.

23. Luanne Corts - Herky Jerky

21. Shea Farrell Car - Tote Basket

10.  Melonie Unger – UP NORTH

This is a very easy, wool appliqué table mat.  Students will learn how to trace wool appliqués on fusible, cut them out, arrange them on the background and embroidery stitches to embellish.  

3. Bats in a Rug - Lu Corts

27. Jessica Vandenburgh -Cartwheels

Cartwheels is the perfect intro to foundation paper piecing.  The blocks are simple and go together in a snap.  Learn to work with a template to complete your blocks too.  This quilt is fat quarter friendly!

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

29.  Sue Pritt – Sunset Lake

What could be better than sitting on the dock, watching the sitting sun’s reflection on the lake and wrapped in your favorite quilt?

Oh yes, a glass of wine, too!

“Sunset Lake” is made with techniques of simple piecing, quilt-as-you-go, and fusible web, machine appliqué.

A very manageable size of 25”w x 30”h, AND you choose to make it with summer or fall fabrics

3.  Lu Corts –Bat’s In The Rug          

All Levels

You know all those left over pieces of batting and fabric that you think one day you may use?  Today is the day to join Lu in the creation of this way cool scatter rug!  Cut the batting and fabrics into 2½” strips and let the fun begin.  No scraps? Then use a beautiful pack of 2½” strips and a batting that you will cut into the same.  Bet you can’t make just one!

15. Bev Stellges - Square in a Square

14. Lisa Fagan Butterflies

17. Jessica Vandenburgh Spinner .

2. Fractured Paint Box - Burger

1. Kids Class - Half Squares

               16. Pat Flath - Open Studio  -   All Levels Welcome

CLOSED 3/4

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.  

21. Shea Farrell Carr Tote Basket Class - CLOSED 

Learn the basics of basket making or refine your weaving skills at this one day class.  The tote style basket can be used to carry a variety of items, including books, groceries and sewing supplies.  Students will select both reed and handle colors to create their own unique basket.  The base is 7” by 14” and finished dimensions of the basket are 18” wide by 10” tall by 14” across.  No prior basket making experience is necessary, and all tools and materials will be provided by the instructor. 

8. Pat Osetek - Machine Quilted Placemat

24. Table Runner with Bev Stellges

28. Pat Osetek - Summer at the Beach

24. Tea Time with Bonnie Turner



My Grandmother used to have little tea cups full of 
flowers on every end table in the house. She loved to garden 
and thoroughly enjoyed the fruits of her labor. 
This is one of my fondest memories and so this series called
Tea Time is in her memory. So I hope you will join me for 
some tea and biscuits!

Kit option $40 includes everything!