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Pinheads Quilting


Join Denise Phillips to learn techniques to take your quilt from done to "fantastic"!

Cost: $ 150.00
Learn to Quilt. Students will learn fabric selection, cutting, sewing, quilting and binding your quilt

Cost: $ 150.00
Who are the people in your neighbourhood? Let Linda Hurd inspire your creativity to create the Dresden Neighbourhood (Dresden Village) wall hanging.

Cost: $ 150.00
This is a beautiful paperless paper piecing project...can you imagine an entire quilt out of this block...yummy! Join Linda Hurd to learn Paperless Paper Piecing.

Cost: $ 100.00
Based on the book by Ranae Merrill (available through Amazon and required for the class) participants will learn to get comfortable with Free Motion Quilting techniques while constructing a small lap-size quilt. Technique class has been spread over a number of weeks to allow participants to work through required homework.

Cost: $ 150.00
These are stand alone classes during which Linda will spotlight specific techniques, such as bobbin work, grid work, beautiful bindings, etc. Class fee is $25.00 per evening, payable in advance to confirm your spot!

Cost: $ 25.00
Ever wondered what this term "paperless" paper piecing means? Join Linda Hurd on Friday, April 28 to find out, and learn how easy paperless paper piecing really is!

Cost: $ 100.00
This is a common technique used in building blocks. Join Linda Hurd to learn how to use a "mathless" method of Square in a Square technique.

Cost: $ 100.00
Would you like to get more out of your machine? Try Walking Foot Quilting with Linda Hurd. Linda will inspire you, educate you, and entertain you with all her knowledge and techniques for using your Walking Foot. This is a 2-day class.

Cost: $ 150.00

Classroom Policies

Participation is not confirmed until payment has been received by Pinheads. Upon confirmation of participation, class requirements will be distributed.

  • Class fees are refundable only in the form of a store credit, unless previous arrangements have been made.
  • Class participants should bring the following to class every week: sewing machine, rotary cutter and mat, quilting ruler, thread, straight pins, stitch ripper, measuring tape, small scissors, safety pins, walking foot to fit your machine. Other supplies may be requested by the instructor. Please ensure your sewing machine is in good working order and that you know how to thread it.
  • Supplies will be additional to the class fee unless otherwise stated.
  • Class participants will be offered a 10 percent discount towards class supplies.
  • Class participants are asked to pre-purchase class supplies so that classes can start on time.
  • Cell phones should be put to silent or vibrate mode; phone conversations should be kept to a minimum so as not to disrupt the class.
  • Participants are welcome to bring water bottles and non-greasy, non-sticky snacks.