(512) 310-7349
MON-FRI: 9-6 | SAT: 9-5

Class Registration Policy

  • You must have a paid registration in order to be counted as a participant.
  • Registration should be paid within 72 hours of the class.
  • Placement on the list may be made at the store or by phone (pre-payment requirement still applies).
  • We are unable to accommodate unregistered drop-in participants.
  • Supply lists are provided upon your paid registration.
  • Class participants receive a 10% discount on all regularly priced class supplies at the time of registration and on class meeting days.
  • You may cancel a class for a full refund 72 hours (3 days) before the class meets.
  • If you cancel a class less than 72 hours before the class meets, you forfeit your class fee. Because our teachers are not full time employees of the store, the forfeited class fee will be paid to the teacher.
AccuQuilt Event!

Join Richard Tharp, AccuQuilt Educator as you’ll learn tips and techniques to get the most use out of your fabric using the AccuQuilt GO!® Fabric Cutters.

 

Call the shop or register in-store to reserve your spot today!
$10 discount upon arrival for GO! product.
 Fee: $10 per class
 April 18, 2018
Class: Cut Time, Quilt More
When: 10:00 a.m. to noon Or 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m

 April 19, 2018
Class: Go! Beyond the Basics
When: 10:00 a.m. to noon
 
Where:
Austin Sewing Machines and Quilting
1601 S IH 35 Suite 300
Round Rock, TX  78664
512-310-7349
Embroidery with Barbara--Credit Card Holders
May 5, 2018
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Class Fee:  $25.00
Design is approx. 270 x 150

 

THERE ARE TWO VERSIONS – One is made with cork (or other non-cotton fabric) on back and pinked around edges - One is made with cotton and turned.

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Supplies for Cork/pinked:                      Use Tear-away stabilizer

                        One piece of felt for inside – one piece of cork/vinyl/etc. for back – both should be 7 x 13

                                                Four pieces of cotton sprayed with Terial Magic and then folded in half -6 x 5 1/2 folded to 6 x 2 3/4

                        Press to make a good crease.

                                    One piece of cotton sprayed with Terial Magic and then folded in half – 6 x 7 folded to 6 x 3 1/2

                                    Two pieces of Velcro ¾ inch wide – snag-free one piece design

                                    See “Notes” for Radio Frequency Fabric (optional)

                                    Scotch Tape or other tape to hold down fabric

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Supplies for Cotton/turned:    Use Tear-Away Stabilizer

                        Two pieces of cotton– one piece of cotton backed with SF101 for back – both should be 7 x 13

                                    One piece of 987 Fusible Fleece (or other batting) 7 x 13

                        Four pieces of cotton sprayed with Terial Magic and then folded in half - 6 x 5 ½ folded to 6 by 2 3/4

                        Press to make a good crease.

                                    One piece of cotton sprayed with Terial Magic and then folded in half 6 x 7 folded to 6 x 3 1/2

                                    Two pieces of Velcro ¾ inch wide – snag-free one piece design

                        See “Notes” for Radio Frequency Fabric (optional)

                        Scotch Tape or other tape to hold down fabric

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NOTES:         Radio Frequency ID Fabric – Use a piece of this to line your credit card holder.  I put mine between the stabilizer and the felt piece.  Available at Austin Sewing Machines

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quilt Your Own Quilt--Without Free Motion

You asked for it!  How do you quilt your quilt without doing free motion quilting?
This quilting class covers how to prepare your quilt top, including layering and basting with hints for those large quilt tops.  We will discuss how to set up your quilting area.  We will discuss grid quilting options, other quilting options to consider, and you will learn how to quilt cables for your borders using a fool proof method that requires NO marking.  I have quilted a 90" square quilt using these methods on my regular/domestic home sewing machine.  We will discuss when to tackle quilting on your regular sewing machine and when to consider taking your top to be professionally longarm quilted.
Sewing basics and machine knowledge are pre-requisites for this class.
Class Fee: $25.00
Book suggested but optional:  Foolproof Machine Quilting by Mary Mashuta
Supply list available.
Instructor:  Pat Pinkston
Class date: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Class time: 9:30 am--12:30 pm
 

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