St. George - Classes


SewWhatEver - St. George


I decided to join an online sew-a-long for this cute dress pattern and wanted to use something from my stash. I searched through my tote and couldn't find anything my daughter would like. Then I suddenly remembered I had purchased this cute, blue, floral fabric months ago but hadn't gotten around to cutting into it. After a bit of digging, I found it and thankfully had just the right amount to use for this dress! It turned out absolutely darling and was the perfect fit for my little girl! - Michelle Johnson

Cost: $ 10.00
Clue: Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair!

Cost: $ 10.00
Choose your favorite fabric and make this teeny tiny "Bitsy Box." It measures approximately 2 1/2" square! What a great little pouch for sewing notions, knitting notions, baby binky's, kids toys etc.! It is so functional, cute & itty bitty, that you'll have to make one for everyone!

Cost: $ 10.00
No SewWhatever tonight...Happy Valentine's Day!

I had this canvas wording fabric for like six years not knowing what I was going to do with it. I bought it from Lazy Daisy Quilt Cottage when they closed down because I loved it so much! Annette Rawlinson was teaching this cute bag at one of our retreats and my daughter and I decided to take it. So I was looking for fabric to use, I remembered I had this cute canvas fabric and decided to use it for the main body. It is seriously one of my favorite bags! (My daughter wanted to use it too!) - Maudie

Cost: $ 10.00
Clue: Jump on board and join us for a bike ride without breaking a sweat. Let's piece, applique, quilt and bind! This is the kind of exercise I like!

Cost: $ 10.00
New Theme: Terrific Objects Are Done! One of our sweet customers, Susan Swenson, made these cute little collapsible boxes for people and they loved it! You can use them for so many things! This was definitely a TOAD done!

Cost: $ 10.00
Don't you just love those little plastic project cases? I do...until they crack! The Amethyst Project Bag is certainly a big step up and assured NOT to crack. Not only will it not crack, but it's all organized. The lining features a zippered pouch to hide things in, a see-through mesh zippered pocket, and elastic for holding marking pens, rotary cutters and other items. The bottom of the case has an elastic buckle strap to hold books, patterns, rulers and quilt blocks up to 12 1/2" with room to spare. If we get busy, we could finish this bag in class and show it off in other classes.

Cost: $ 10.00
We've made a couple of these cord keepers as make-and-takes and people were amazed at how easy, functional, and cute they were! Cord Keeper by www.leafytreetopspot.blogspot.com

Cost: $ 10.00
Clue: Let's fly for the winter!

Cost: $ 10.00