pajama pants

Pizza & Pajama Party! 2

Bring your friends and make a pair of pajama pants  together!!  We had so much fun last month we’re doing it again!

Sewing & pizza, a great plan for one of the last Fridays of summer.  We’ll have patterns ready for you and will help you choose the correct size.  Teen, tween & mom friendly, too!

Friday, August 20th, 6-9pm.  $45  BYM, call for supply list.  Register early, class size is limited.

July Class Schedule

We have some cool classes planned for you this month!  How about a new sundress for those hot summer nights?  Whip one up using the shirred elastic technique–hardly any fitting is needed, and they are really comfortable, too!  And this means no zipper – wow, can it be any easier?

Did you buy dozens of patterns recently on sale?  Put them to use and take the Skirt Workshop, your choice of pattern we will guide you through each step – starting with choosing the correct size pattern all the way to the hem.  See how fun it is to sew in a group, share ideas and get inspired to try different techniques.

Also on the schedule is a stuffed animal workshop, toddlers applique bucket hat, alteration clinic, wrap skirt and a summer fabric necklace – we also have these fabulous necklaces for sale in the store if you need one for tonight!  Available in prints and gorgeous burmese silk – the perfect accessory for summer!

Oh, and don’t miss our Pajama Party!  July 22nd,  make a pair of PJ’s and enjoy a deelish pizza with us – a fun time for sure!

Make some new sewing friends in  our  sewing clubs.  Burdastyle, Church of Craft and Stitch by Hand.  All clubs are free.

Click on the Classes tabs for dates and times of classes & clubs.

Cozy flannel fabric

What timing…this flannel  designed by Valori Wells arrived just in time to make cozy pajama pants to keep us warm during this freeze-and it has been freezing, can you believe this weather? It’s also perfect for a cozy quilt.


I love the print, cheery contemporary  little birds in orange, yellow and green, chirp chirp!  I couldn’t wait to make something right away, so our heating pad has a brand new cover-super easy-with a matching button closure.  We put it under our feet on the ottoman last night while we watched a movie-it kept our toes perfectly warm!