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Class Supply List

Standard Supplies for Every Class

Basics for Garment

  1. Fabric Shears

  2. Straight Pins

  3. Tape Measure

  4. Fabric Marking Tools: Chalk, Wax, or Disappearing Ink

  5. Seam Ripper

  6. Hand Needles

  7. Thimble

  8. Bees Wax or Thread Condition

  9. Awl

  10. Sewing Machine

Basics for Quilting

  1. Rotary Cutter 45mm

  2. Cutting Mat min 12"x18" prefer 18"x24"

  3. Quilting Ruler at least 6" wide x 24" long

  4. Temporary Fabric Markers

  5. Straight Pins

  6. Scissors and seam ripper

  7. Sewing machine



Embroidery Club

Embroidery Machine

Embroidery Unit

5 x7 Hoop

Power Cord

Embroidery Foot

You will receive an email letting you know what threads to bring by the Friday before class.

Kit will be provided.

Hello, Everyone,


I’m looking forward to embroidering with you this Saturday at 10AM. 

Basic supplies: 

· Your machine with embroidery attachment, power cord and foot control

· Embroidery module

· Embroidery foot #26

· Hoop: Large Oval or midi hoop, 5x 7 minimum

· Needle: Schmetz 80/12 Embroidery

· Embroidery Scissors

· Scissors

· Thread Snips (optional)


See you Saturday!


Silhouette Club

Silhouette Cameo with power cord and connection cable and cutting blade

Laptop with mouse and Silhouette Studio Software

Cutting Mat Regular Hold and Light Hold (highly recommended)

Small Quilt Club

Basic Sewing supplies as posted on website

Book - 101 Fabulous Small Quilts



Stanton Hoodie Class Description and Supply List

Cashmerette Patterns designs patterns to fit women of all sizes and shapes – something you don’t often find in a hoodie pattern!  The pattern comes in sizes 0 – 32.  Cashmerette even provides a size calculator to help you choose the size(s) for your best fit and to simplify any pattern adjustments you choose to make.  Because this is a sweatshirt, you only need to make a few simple modifications once you select your base size, such as length adjustments.  The pattern has a pullover and zip up version.  For this class, I strongly recommend that you start with the pullover version.  I will not take class time to demonstrate the zipper installation.  You do not have to have a serger to make this sweatshirt, but if you have one, I recommend you bring it as well as your sewing machine.  For those of you who don’t have a serger, I will set one up in the classroom with a neutral-colored thread.

Bring your pattern and cutting tools to the first class session, including a ruler for layout, a non-permanent marking tool that will show on your material, such as a frixion pen, chalk and/or a disappearing marker, a measuring tape, pins, sharp scissors and a rotary cutter.  We will make any pattern modifications and cut out your hoodie in this first.   Time permitting, we will begin construction.  Be prepared to do some independent homework so we can finish this hoodie in the allotted time.

Sewing Level: Advanced Beginner


  • Functioning Sewing Machine, with bobbin loaded with matching thread.  I recommend all-purpose polyester thread.

  • Serger with matching thread (optional)

  • Ruler for pattern adjustments and layout

  • Measuring Tape

  • Non-permanent marking tool that will show on your material, such as a frixion pen, chalk and/or a disappearing marker

  • Pins and/or clips (I use both in almost every project)

  • Sharp scissors and a rotary cutter if you use one to cut out your patterns

Recommended Fabric (See pattern for amounts required for your size.  I always recommend erring on the side of getting a little extra just in case. And don’t forget to get more if your fabric is directional):

Main Fabric: sweatshirt fleece, fleece, french terry, ponte or any mid to heavy weight knit fabrics - requires at least 15% cross wise stretch.

Lining: light weight knit fabric such as jersey or ITY

Ribbing: knit ribbed fabric for cuffs and band (either tubular or by the yard)

Interfacing: small pieces of midweight fusible interfacing for grommet installation; light to mid-weight fusible for zipper shield in view b (optional). 

Notions for Pullover Version:

  • Ballpoint or stretch needle

  • thread

  • 18" (45cm) of 3/8" (1cm) wide twill tape

  • 2 grommets (1/4"(6mm) inner diameter and 1/2" (12mm) outer diameter))

  • 55" (140cm) of 1/4" (6mm) diameter cording

  • cord stops (optional) 


  • Grommet setting tool (I will bring my hand press for those who want to try it) or buttonhole foot

  • Point turner

  • Tailor's Ham (Steve’s has one you can use) 



Quilting 101

Only a notebook is needed for the first class. A list will be given at the first session.

Quilting 201

Standard Quilting  Sewing Supplies.

Edge to Edge Quilting

Edge to Edge Quilting Supplies
Pick up your copy of “Edge to Edge Quilting on Your Embroidery Machine” by Amelie Scott - included in your class price and on reserve in the hold bin.
Embroidery machine with a magnetic hoop that can accommodate at least a 6” x 10” design file (the bigger the better).
Magna hoop to fit your machine (If you don’t have one, Steve’s will order you one but it will take up to 2 weeks, so plan ahead)
Transparent stabilizer (I use No Show Mesh)
Quilting foot for your machine
Quilter’s safety pins
Pencil and paper
Measuring tape
Large quilt ruler
Removable marker that contrasts with your quilt top
Thread for quilting
Before the first class:
1. Pick up your copy of “Edge to Edge Quilting on Your Embroidery Machine” by Amelie Scott (It is reserved for you in the hold bin and pre-paid).
2. Read over the general hints and tips and overview (pp 2 – 4)
3. Look over the quilting designs (pp 15 – 19) and choose the design you want to use.
4. Go to and follow the instructions inside the back cover of your book. 5. Transfer your chosen design to a USB stick making sure that you transfer both the “A” and “B” files. 6. Load both file into your embroidery machine 7. Sandwich your quilt and pin the 3 layers in place.


Sewing Skills & Project Class

Learn to Sew the Basics

Supply List:
•    Sewing Machine and the feet that came with your sewing machine
•    Your sewing machine manual
•    Notions/tools that came with your sewing machine (including at least two bobbins)
•    Pins
•    Seam ripper
•    18x2 inch flexible, plastic ruler
•    Sewing tape measure
•    Marking tools including, at minimum, a frixion pen and a chalk marker
•    Sewing shears suitable for cutting out fabric
•    Sewing snips or comparable small scissors
•    Wash Away Wonder Tape
•    Wonder Clips (or an equivalent)
•    Universa
l sewing needles size 80/12
•    1 yard plain fabric with contrasting thread
•    A list of what you hope to learn during this class

Winterberries Table Runner or Placemats


This project is from the book “Build a Quilt on Your Embroidery Machine” by Amelie Scott designs.  The book is included in the price of the class and contains 9 additional projects.  I will guide you through the process for either 4 place mats (each 12” x 18”) or one table runner (12” x 36”).  If you would prefer a larger runner, you will need 1 1/4 yards each of front and backing fabrics and additional batting.  For the backing fabric, I used fabric from Moda’s WARM WINTER WISHES collection which is available at Steve’s in several stunning colorways.  The pattern of this fabric complements the Winterberries embroidery design


Supply List

Embroidery machine with a hoop large enough for a 7-inch design

General sewing supplies (snippers, extra bobbin, etc.)

Three shades of green embroidery thread (Dark green, medium dark green, and medium green)

Bright red embroidery thread for berries

White or off-white embroidery thread to match your front fabric

Bobbin wound with thread to match your backing fabric

Bobbin wound with thread to match your front fabric

2 yards of No Show Poly Mesh stabilizer

Batting (For light fabric, use white batting) Yardage varies with width of batting.

For four placemats

1 ¼ yds front fabric

1 ¼ yds backing fabric

½ yard binding fabric

For one 12” x 36” table runner

¾ yd front fabric

¾ yd backing fabric

½ yard binding fabric

Before the First Class

  1.  Register online or in person at Steve’s.

  2. Pick up your book and use the code on the inside back cover to load the 2 designs for your project to a flash drive.

  3. Load the two designs on your machine.

  4. For Table Runner:

    1. Cut ten 1” x 6” inch joining strips from front fabric

    2. From remaining front fabric cut twelve 7” squares

    3. Cut ten 1” x 6” inch joining strips from backing fabric

    4. From remaining backing fabric cut twelve 7” squares

    5. Cut three WOF 2 ½ inch binding strips

    6. Cut twelve 7-inch squares batting

  5. For four placemats:

    1. Cut sixteen 1” x 6” inch joining strips from front fabric

    2. From remaining front fabric cut twenty-four 7” squares

    3. Cut sixteen 1” x 6” inch joining strips from backing fabric

    4. From remaining backing fabric cut twenty-four 7” squares

    5. Cut 6 WOF 2 ½” binding strips

    6. Cut twenty-four 7-inch squares batting


Week One

Following the instructions in your book, we will make one Winterberries Embroidery block and one Winterberries Quilting block.If time permits, we will stitch more blocks.

Before Week two, complete at least two of each block so that we can begin assembling your project.


Week Two

We will bind together the finished blocks.I will also show you how to bind your project.



Bernina Software Club

Laptop with software installed. Current version is 9.

Floriani & DIME PEP Software Club

Laptop with software installed.


Computer with DesignWorks software installed.  Make sure you have the dongle (USB Key).  You can also elect to come with just your enthusiasm and watch the projected computer in class.

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