Saturday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

The Wreath Quilt Sampler is a fun, fresh addition to your holiday decor. It’s composed of six different blocks or concepts, each one teaching a new technique using the Creative Grids 60-Degree Diamond Mini Ruler. The shapes are simple, and the construction is a breeze, building your quilt block by block with no Y seams! Work from your stash or collect a variety of reds and greens and enjoy the process of shade and color placement to get the complete effect. For inspiration, check out this post from Krista’s blog for different color variations.

FINISHED SIZE: 55″ x 55″


• 1 5/8 yds white for background & star blocks

• 1 5/8 yds cream for background & star blocks

• 1/6 yd shimmery gold for star points

• 1/6 yd each of three different reds

• 1/4 yd each of nine different greens

Fat quarters can be used


Creative Grids Non-Slip 60 Degree Diamond Mini Ruler by Krista Moser

Class Cost does not include pattern or ruler
$50 GQCCC Member
$60 Sister Guild
$70 Non-member

The first twelve people to register for the class will get the pattern donated to them by a GQCCC member.

To register for the class click here.

If more than 20 people register for the class, the class cost will be reduced.

with Linda Luks
Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

The class will cover making the strips, then putting them together in either a quilt similar to this or cutting the strips into narrower strips and making a match stick style design which will look like pick up sticks scattered in background. To get ready for class, save small strips, odd shaped pieces, corners clipped off snowball blocks. Size should be at least 1.5” wide so it won’t disappear in 1/4 in seams. This is a great technique for using up your scraps.

Register for the workshop here.

Saturday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Try your hand at Foundation Piecing and Curved Piecing with Penni’s Nested Petal template and its Companion Curve template. This class is a beginner and beyond class allowing more advanced student to try a slightly more complex foundation design making it perfect for the beginner and advanced quilter. Learn a few new techniques and have fun with fabric and color.

We will be learning how to cut curved pieces on the grain line, prepare and sew a simple foundation pieced pattern, trim our paper piecing and sew basic curved pieces into a block.

Toolkit Available here. (Note: Class date may not be correct on the shop website. The date was moved from May to June.) The kit includes a Pickle Dish downloadable pattern, downloadable sewing sheets, the Nested Petal template and Pickle Dish Companion Curve template.

Class Cost does not include supply kit.
$35 GQCCC Member
$45 Sister Guild
$55 Non-member

Penni is giving discount code for people to use to order supplies and other items.

To register for the class click here. Penni is speaking at the May General Meeting.

• General Sewing Supplies
• sewing machine, rotary cutter and mat, needles, scissors, pins, basic piecing thread and anything else you may need for general sewing.
• Proper foot and stitch plate for accurate 1/4 in seam
• Water soluble glue stick(s) or a water soluble sewing/applique glue (ex., Roxanne’s Glue Baste-it or similar product)
• Paper cutting scissors as well as sewing scissors.
• Light Box – If you own one… bring it. If you do not own one don’t fret. It isn’t necessary.
• Bring general quilting rulers for squaring up fabric and cutting your quilt. Specialty rulers are not necessary. Additional cutting templates are available for purchase to make cutting pattern pieces easier.
• Optional: Add-A-Quarter Ruler (if you have one… bring it, this will may your life easy)
Fabric Requirements:
We will be working primarily on one block (potentially two) on the day of the class to get the technique of paper piecing and curved piecing. If intending to make a lap size quilt… you will need approximately 2 yards of background fabric for curves but only need a FQ on the day of the class.
• 1 FQ for background
• 2 FQs of coordinating fabrics for foundation pieced stripes.
• 1 FQ of coordinating fabric for petal center
• 1 FQ of coordinating fabric for squares

with Taryn Doidge

Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

With just 12 jelly roll/ or 2 1/2”strips, you can make a tote bag perfect for carrying around a large quilt, or even a few smaller quilts. This workshop can help you with picking colors to coordinate. If you don’t want to buy an entire jelly roll, just use 12, 2 1/2” strips from your stash. It also gives you practice with machine quilting, (whether it’s straight line, walking foot, or free motion). Hope you have fun!

Register for the workshop here.

Crib Size Batting
Piece of Batting 35” x 50”
4 pieces @ 1” x 40 ish”12 jelly roll strips
12 strips @ 2.5” x WOF1 yd. fabric for inside/lining of tote1/2 yd. fabric for straps1/3 yd. fabric for edging/binding5/8 yd. fabric for pockets
2 @ 1/3 yd. fabric for pocketsBasic sewing/quilting suppliesThread for machine quilting

with Laura Mott

Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

Bring your supplies and leave with a Spring table runner quilted and ready to go! You can make it scrappy or plan your color palette of favorite fat quarters waiting on the shelf, along with batting and backing fabric.

It’s easy and fun and a great technique to add to your toolbox!

Join us at the May 15 Workshop.

Table Runner Measures 15″ x 45″

Register for the workshop here.

Saturday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

This workshop features a fun and colorful Drunkards Path Quilt that goes together very quickly. This 47”x 47” quilt is made using two different 9” block patterns: The Drunkards Path block and the Eccentric Star block. Learn Lori’s quick and easy method of sewing the curved pieces of the Drunkard’s Path blocks! This quilt is one you can piece together in no time at all! Try it in your favorite color combinations…makes a fast baby quilt or 4th of July quilt also!

Class Cost does not include supply kit
$30 GQCCC Member
$40 Sister Guild
$50 Non-member

To register for the class click here. Lori is speaking at the April General Meeting.

with Reba Siero

Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

Reba will be demonstrating several techniques that will improve your quilt making skills. Included will be applying binding with mitered corners that will add the finishing touch to any quilt. She will show you how to create continuous bias strips that can be used in many different ways in quilt making and beyond. If there are specific techniques you would like to learn, please let Reba know, so that she can prepare ahead.

Register for the workshop at here.

Saturday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Creating a braid can add a decorative touch to any bag!  Add in cork fabric for the bottom and your bag will be extra special! Cork is fun and easy to work with. The pattern has 4 different size bags; in class we will be making the medium size bag.

Students will learn to cut braid pieces using the Mini Braid Template, how to sew them together and trim for a perfect braid while using the braids to create a fun little pouch! We will discuss how color impacts the look of your braid and ways to create braids of different looks. Students will learn how easy it is to add cork to their bag but they can just use fabric- both look great! And they will learn an easy method to add a zipper and end up with a fun and functional bag!

6 hour class

Class Cost does not include supply kit
$45 GQCCC Member
$55 Sister Guild
$65 Non-member

Kate is giving a one time use 10% discount code that can be used to purchase your supply kit or something else

To register for the class click here. Kate is speaking at the March General Meeting.

Supply List

  • Each student needs a Pack it Up! pattern and a Mini Braid Template.
  • Basic Sewing Supplies – whatever you usually keep close b such as snips, seam ripper, pins…
  • Rotary cutter, mat and ruler
  • If you have an 8 ½” wide ruler, it’s helpful but not necessary!
  • Sewing machine zipper foot- some may find they can use their regular foot, others will need a  zipper foot. Depends on your machine.
  • Thread in a neutral color and pre-filled bobbins
  • Coordinating thread to top stitch and (optional) to quilt the front of the bag
  • Iron and ironing surface

Helpful but not necessary:

  • Wool pressing mat
  • Spray starch
  • Binder clips

Click Here to download the Class Supply List and PreClass cutting Instructions PDF.

Click Here to purchase Class kit that includes pattern and template.

Click Here to purchase a Class bundle that includes the pattern, the Mini Braid Template, and one set of bag hardware.

Click Here to purchase fabric kit for the the bag, interfacing, zipper and bag hardware (medium size bag).

Link to purchase a modified kit: includes interfacing (Shapeflex and Decor Bind pieces) and bag hardware (medium size bag).

Click Here to purchase bag hardware.

In class we will all be making a medium size bag. It helps if everyone is making the same size for their first one! Don’t worry, you’ll want to make them all! These bags are like potato chips- you can’t have just one!

Fabrics and bag supplies for medium size bag

To save time in class, please precut all the bag pieces. 


Bag Hardware- ?” D ring and swivel hook. I have hardware packs available on my website.

Zipper – coordinating zipper at least 9″ long but linger is fine. Not a metal zipper as we will be  trimming it.

Fabric: see Class Handout for cutting instructions

You will need 4-8 strips 1 ½” x 20″ or WOF strips for the braid section. LEAVE the strips long- we will cut the braid pieces together in class!

? yard or Fat Quarter for the top, back and handle, cut:

¼ yard or Fat Quarter for the inside, cut:

Cork or other contrast fabric for the bottom front of the bag, cut:

½ yard (based on 20″ wide) Shape Flex or other lightweight fusible interfacing, cut:

? yard (based on 20″ wide) Decor Bond or other heavyweight fusible interfacing**, cut:

** I often get asked is you can use fusible fleece instead of a heavyweight interfacing. Yes; note your bag will be softer and more pliable but less likely to stand up on it’s own. 

with Laurie Biundo

Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

The class is a project bag and a tote to put fabric and tools in to take to class. I have become a “By Annie” expert. I can get the patterns (a tad cheaper) but the supplies can all be found at Wooden Gate Quilts in Danville.

Supplies include:
Pattern – Bon Voyage
Fabric from your stash
Soft and stable – one yard package will make both projects.
Clear Vinyl
Fusible Interfacing
3 Zippers (4 yards plus pulls)
Foam core or heavy card board

Register for the workshop at here.

Sunday, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

In this fun PLAYshop you’ll learn to design and carve 3 rubber stamps. Lisa will share how to design a focal point block and a repeat pattern block. Don’t worry about drawing skills Lisa will show you how even the simplest design creates a unique pattern when printed in multiples. She will demonstration all the techniques and tricks to designing and carving a rubber stamp that you can use again and again in fiber and paper arts. To inspire and spark your creative juices, Lisa will share a myriad of ways she has used her hand carved stamps in art quilting, mixed media art, and as clothing embellishment.With your workshop you will also get access to a zoom video for 2 weeks and link to short instructional video

What participants need:
•Notebook or sketchpad
•Soft lead Pencil like 2B
•Damp cloth or wipes for cleaning stamp.
•Supply Kit or Equivalent (see below)

GQCCC Member $30 +$40 supply kit
Sister Guild $40 +$40 supply kit
Non-member $50 +$40 supply kit

Supply Kit Required.

Must order by 2/17/2021
$35 kit fee plus $5 shipping provides everything you need for this creative workshop – three soft cut blocks in three sizes, one carving tool, design transfer tool, one black permanent ink pad, linen fabric 12×12” square, one skein embroidery thread and needle included in kit!

Purchase kit at

Register for the class here.

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