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Embroidery Club with Vicki

New club - pick and choose which monthly projects you'd like to do!
Come and join in, have some fun, grow your embroidery machine knowledge, and get those "creative juices" flowing! Embroidery Club is open to all owners of machines (no matter what make or model), and to anyone who may have an interest in Machine Embroidery. Bringing your machine each month is not required. Each month Vicki will demonstration, and guide you through the steps necessary, to complete that month's project and you will be given instructions, along with handouts, on how to do the projects at home. Plus every month after class Vicki will post a YouTube video for club members to watch at home.

Each month a project or technique that is unique to machine embroidery will be shown or made to help broaden your ability to create beautiful, useful items. Most projects could be completed in class if you decide to bring your machine.  For the ones that are not you will get full instructions how to finish it at home.  Help will be available if needed by calling, messaging or emailing Vicki.

At each meeting you will be shown the project for the following month. You will need to sign up one month in advance for the each month’s project that you'd like to join.  We do not carry the designs in house.  We will only order the amount of kits needed for those attending that month's meeting. Costs will vary depending on the project. The pattern price listed here will reflect a 20% discount for club members. All projects will be on display in advance and featured at the meetings.

$10 instruction fee - March project fee $31.99 - Design fees which will vary each month

Fabric, of you choice, and tools needed, sold separately. We are happy to assist you in choosing the needed fabrics and supplies to ensure you have the correct and good quality supplies to help make your class successful.

March project is Quilted Baskets by KimberBell.
  Five designs in five graduated sizes of in-the hoop quilted baskets. Choose from rectangle, square, or hexagon shapes with fabric to match any decor. Rectangle and square baskets are designed with pillow knot or boxed button corners. Ideal for organizing your sewing space, desk, and counter top, or use as a gift basket for sharing goodies too. The rectangle is perfect for a loaf of bread. Keep jewelry or keys, even business cards in the small size. Each design has a different quilting detail: crosshatch, chevron, straight-line quilting, overlapping circles, and echo quilting!

Skill details 
- Beginner to advance. Knowledge of your machine is helpful.

This club meets every 3rd Saturday of the month.
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Embroidery Club with Vicki