Unless otherwise stated, all workshops take place at
Mackey Celebrations Inc.
35 Lindsay Street North
Workshop Material and Requirement Lists
Will be provided.
Patterns. Fabric and Specialty Rulers are extra from the cost of the class.
Sometimes the teacher will sell the pattern, ruler, templates and or kits at the class.
Registering for a Workshop
You can register for a workshop at our Guild meeting or contact
Pam Campbell at:
email@example.com or 705-879-3645
The cost to attend a workshop, unless otherwise stated, is $40 plus material.
For non members add $10.
PAYMENT GUARANTEES YOUR SPOT IN THE CLASS”
If the class fills up quickly, please make sure you have paid for your class or your space will not be held if there is a waiting list. Your name will go to the waiting list. Non-members are welcome for a minimal charge above what is paid by members.
Rules & Regulations for Workshops.
REFUNDS – No Refunds – If unable to take the class, it is the responsibility of the Initial Payee to get a replacement. The replacement, whether from the waiting list or another member, if there is no waiting list, pays the Initial Payee and takes her place on the class list. TRANSFERS –to transfer to another class you must find someone else to take your place, either from the waiting list or another member. Please present receipt to receive a Transfer Voucher. All Vouchers must be used by the end of the quilting year of issue. Only good for one transfer.
` CANCELLATION – In the event that we cancel a class, you will be presented with the option of a full refund or a Transfer Voucher. Please present receipt.
TUESDAY MAY 14TH
Machine Binding & Jelly Roll Rug
With Elaine Theriaux
Cost: Members - $40.00
Non-Members - $50.00
Time: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
If you wish to attend only the Machine Binding Session (approx. 2 hours) the cost will be $20.00 for Members and $30.00 for Non-Members
Contact Pam Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 705-879-3645
Elaine is going to expand your view of how to attach bindings to your quilts with your sewing machine in this sample filled demo. We'll start by discussing when it's appropriate to sew the binding on by sewing machine.
You'll learn what width of strips to cut for the binding size you want, how to get that perfect mitered corner every time, and most important, how to make that final join look practically invisible. Other variables like sewing machine presser feet, thread colors and types, decorative stitches, needles and a whole lot more will be explored. This lecture is going to give you some simple tips that will have your bindings looking very professional in no time.
Jelly Roll Rug - (Squared Pattern) – (there are two styles, but the squared one will be much easier to teach in a one session class)
This is a perfect gift for anyone, including yourself or your pets. The rugs are very easy to make and can become addictive. There are two different styles, but we’re going to work on the squared pattern in class, but you’ll get tips for both styles. Grab a jelly roll or use up yardage that you cut into strips. You can purchase a roll of 2 ½” batting strips, or bring your own pre-cut batting strips. A great way to use up batting scraps if you quilt a lot of quilts. All levels: What to bring: sewing machine in good working order, general purpose presser foot, thread to match your fabric strips, binding clips (if you have them), rotary cutter, snips for clipping threads, paper and pins (to label your strips if you want to), light fusible interfacing (to join batting strips if you’re using pieces).
It's time to say goodbye for the Summer.
See you in September.