Address
The Quilt Crossing
10959 W. Fairview Ave.
Boise, ID 83713
Phone
208-376-0087
Email
quiltcrossing@q.com
 
STORE HOURS
Monday - Saturday
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday
12:00 pm  to 5:00 PM
 

Classes


Classes

You will be hooked on this unique pattern from Lunchbox Quilts! The trout fishing-themed pattern contains five trout embroidery machine appliques that are separated into five parts, making it easy to use virtually any hoop. Five fly designs are also included.

Cost: $ 40.00
This class is the "next step" after taking Free Motion Quilting with Rulers on a domestic or sit-down machine.

Cost: $ 25.00
The quilt, 59" X 77" is perfect for a twin bed, or can be made smaller (39" X 49") for a baby quilt. Make it from a jelly roll of wonderfully coordinated fabric or from your own assortment of thirty-two 2 1/2" strips (if using your own, you'll need to cut them before class).

Cost: $ 35.00
Do you love hand applique but never seem to have time for it? Patty will show you easy techniques to prepare your project and make it so portable, you'll take it with you wherever you go. In class, you'll work on a simple flower of her design and learn how to apply the same methods to your own projects.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn to make a quilt from beginning to end in this comprehensive course. Students will work on a star wall hanging while learning the process of quiltmaking. We've broken the sessions down into two sections to allow you enough time to get your homework done!

Cost: $ 45.00
You'll start this session with your finished blocks. You'll learn how to set them together (with lattice, set blocks, etc.), add borders, determine and mark a quilting design, develop quilting techniques, and attach binding.

Cost: $ 45.00
Do your quilts remind you of the ocean - all wavy? In this technique class, you'll learn how to accurately measure, cut and attach borders and bindings to quilts so they lay flat every time.

Cost: $ 30.00
Grab your favorite fat quarters and create a new set of placemats. Easy and fun to sew, these placemats make a beautiful gift. You'll use six fat quarters to create six colorful placemats that you'll enhance with decorative machine stitching. Complete your placemats with binding sewn on by machine - no hand work.

Cost: $ 35.00
Using a kit from Sue Spargo (required, but not included in the class fee), students will learn to play with hand-dyed wools and velvets, a wide variety of threads, ribbons and other trims, while learning a whole library of stitches you'll use again and again. What Fun!

Cost: $ 50.00
Bogged down in your grand ambition for a Baltimore Album Quilt? Let DuAnn Show you how to applique invisibly by Machine.

Cost: $ 30.00
Quilt your smaller quilts in your embroidery hoop, using this great technique. You will learn hooping and positioning techniques that result in a finished quilt that looks like you longarmed it with an allover design.

Cost: $ 30.00
Decorate a pre-made grey felted tote with Sari Ribbons that we'll needle punch onto the bag.

Cost: $ 45.00
English paper Piecing (EPP) is all the rage. EPP should stand for "Easy, Portable, and Perfect", because it's so easy to learn.

Cost: $ 25.00
Learn and practice this very popular technique to quilt on your home sewing machine.

Cost: $ 25.00
Everybody loves feathers. This versatile design element applies easily to traditional and contemporary quilting styles. In this class you will learn about feather construction, fitting to space, spines and lines. You will also have 3 hours of machine time to apply what you have learned.

Cost: $ 90.00
This useful basket would be a great gift for Mother's Day, a birthday, or for carrying quilting supplies around.

Cost: $ 35.00
Would you like to use Jen Kingwell's favorite construction method, hand piecing, to make the Delilah Quilt of page 4 of the Newsletter? Patty will show you how easy and precise this technique is.

Cost: $ 25.00
These striking floral placemats are fun and easy to make using a foundation paper piecing pattern by Judy Niemeyer.

Cost: $ 40.00
This beautiful Judy Niemeyer Hosta quilt design will be taught once a month for three months, allowing you to learn Judy's foundation paper piecing techniques and then sew at your own pace between classes.

Cost: $ 120.00
The Log Cabin quilt may be steeped in tradition, but it has unlimited possibilities. We will use the 8" Log Cabin Trim Tool by Creative Grids to create perfec 8" finished log cabin blocks.

Cost: $ 35.00
Is your top finished and your are wondering what to do next? If so, this class is just what you have been waiting for. Learn how to mark, sandwich, and machine quilt using both the walking foot and the darning foot. You will amaze yourself! Please ask for a supply list. A required kit is $10 and included in class fee.

Cost: $ 30.00
You'll love this workshop where you learn how to make pretty pots with just a few strips of fabric and batting.

Cost: $ 35.00
Create this fabulous variation of the Lone Star quilt, desinged by Judy Niemeyer. The strip-piecing process for the Prismatic Star was designed for foundation paper piecing and prep work is minimized if you use pre-cut 2 1/2 strips.

Cost: $ 80.00
Do you love to sew but have a hard time with garments? Is pattern fitting a problem for you? Do you want to take your garments from "homemade" to VaVa Vroom"? Let Tim (oops I mean Teri) help you move forward with your garment sewing and design skills. This all-day class is a workshop of hands-on, supervised sewing for intermediate to advanced students who want extra help. Bring any garment project that you would like assitance in starting, fitting or completing. Guidance and encouragement will keep you moving forward with your sewing.

Cost: $ 50.00
Using your embroidery machine to quilt a finished top is a nice alternative to long-arm or free-motion quilting techniques. Learn different methods for hooping your quilt sandwich and fitting a quilting design to your quilt top.

Cost: $ 30.00
Sashiko began when Japanese peasants developed a stitching technique that they called "little stabs" to patch torn and worn clothings. Modern Sashiko is a running stitch worked in repeating or interlocking patterns through one of more layers of fabric. You'll learn this relaxing technique as we work on a placement.

Cost: $ 25.00
Use all your "least favorite" fabrics, leftovers, and scraps to create a thing of beauty. One woman's "ugly" fabric is another's treasure! The finished rug is durable and thrifty. No sewing involved - it makes a great TV project.

Cost: $ 20.00
We are so excited by Bernina's new software that we are offering an exclusive club for those of you who own V7 Software. There is something for every level of experience with these easy, project-based classes. Software Sampler helps you discover the incredible world of embroidery software, one tool at a time. Besides the lessons, you'll get project handouts, designs, videos, a coupon good for that day, and more. Cost is $25 per class of $135 for the entire year (less then half the price).

Cost: $ 135.00
This class is designed for students with previous quilting experience who want to learn paper piecing. You can make either a table runner (19 X49) or a lap-size quilt (37 X 49).

Cost: $ 35.00
Do you have a stack of toddler t-shirts or baby clothes that are too precious to pitch? Let Donna show you how to turn them into a quilted memory that everyone can enjoy.

Cost: $ 35.00
This open-sewing class is perfect for those who want a little help with their quilting project or just want to sew in the delightful company of others. Ronald will be on hand to provide help or just to cheer you on!

Cost: $ 12.00
Explore even more options with your Stripology ruler. Class number three of our Stripology Series introduces 10" squares to the mix and expands our toolbox to include working with diamonds and setting triangles.

Cost: $ 25.00