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167 S.W. Court Street
Dallas, Oregon
USA 97338

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Sunday: Noon-4 pm

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Grandma's Attic hosts a wide variety of classes, from those for the novice up through advanced level material. Taught by well-qualified teachers, you will develop new skills, learn to use up-to-date equipment, and participate in class discussions. Register online or call the shop at 503-623-0451.

Grandma's Quilt Club - The Bee's Knees: Exploring the 1920s
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Sign up for Grandma's newest in-store quilt club: The Bee's Knees--Exploring the 1920s. Regardless of who you were or where you lived, the world was turning upside down in the 1920s. A generation of men had been lost during World War I. It was an age of change with a new obsession for glamour, music, movie stars, shopping and sports history. Our story revolves around Betty and her love of the movies and all things that were "new" during this time period. Grandma's newest Quilt Club begins September 4-6, 2014. Click through to learn more details on how to join this in-store quilt club.

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Stories of Old Oregon Quilt Club
Grandma Rachel will guide you through the fascinating stories of Old Oregon where you will learn about the exhilarating adventures of early Oregon Pioneers. You'll make quilt blocks that the pioneers themselves might have made, socialize with friends, and discover the history of Oregon you never knew. Fabric kits will be available. Rachel Greco, Instructor. Winter sessions: Saturdays, May 17; June 21; July 26 & August 25. Class: 10:00--11:30 am followed by a free lunch. (Stay and Sew After Club 12:30--4:30 pm $5.00 session)

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Price: $5.00 per session   


Apple Harvest Paper Piecing Class
If you've ever wanted to learn how to paper piece, this class will show you how. Cheryl teaches you how to make a cute apple wall hanging while learning this creative technique. Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Two sessions available. Class fee includes pattern.


Price: $10.00 per session   


Basic Beginner Blocks Class
Everyone was a beginner at one time or another! And what better way to learn the absolute basics of quilt making than with Aunt Cheryl. With over 20 years of quilting experience, she's seen it, sewn it, ripped it out and sewn it over again! Taking you step-by-step (and patiently) through a variety of simple quilt blocks, Cheryl will teach you accurate measuring, cutting and sewing methods, working with you one-on-one until you gain the skills and confidence that you need to be a confident beginner. Once your quilt blocks are constructed, you'll learn how to add sashing and borders to create your very own quilt top. Speak with Cheryl to get started at any time! Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Summer Dates: Fridays, 6/13; 7/18 & 8/15; 9:30 am-11:30 am and 1:30 pm-3:30 pm First Class includes cost of book; then $5.00 per session after that

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Price: $30.00 per session   


Basic Clothing Construction
Mare will show you how easy it is to make clothing for yourself. You'll learn the basics of clothing construction, as well as how to customize the pattern to suit your own unique personality. If you've ever wanted to learn how to sew clothing, this is your class. Mare Goeger, Instructor. Two Saturdays, July 19 & August 30; 10:00 am--4:00 pm.

Price: $25.00 per session   

Creative Crayons (Hummingbird) Class
Local author Terrie Kygar's "melt and blend" techniques are designed to bring out your "inner Picasso." Terrie will take you through construction of a beautiful hummingbird pattern. Terrie Kygar, Instructor. Tuesday, July 8 or Tuesday, August 12; 10:00 am--3:00 pm. Class fee includes pattern and kit.

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Price: $45.00 per session   


Doube Diamond Wall Quilt Class
Quilt Artist Pat Lee will show you how to create this beautiful wall quilt that looks like it is woven together with a double diamond pattern. Once you learn the technique though, you will be amazed at how much fun you'll have creating it. Pat Lee, Instructor. Saturday, August 2, 10:00 am--3:00 pm.

Price: $30.00    

Embroidery Club - Machine Embroidery with Alice
If you love free motion embroidery, you will love the opportunity to sew with Embroidery Artist Alice Morris each month. Her Free Motion Machine Embroidery Club explores embroidery techniques. Alice helps you build your skills and the camaraderie cannot be beat! Note: Free Motion Machine Embroidery is a pre-requisite for joining this club. Alice Morris, Instructor. Fall Sessions: 9/3; 10/1; 11/5 & 12/3; 9:30-Noon.

Price: $5.00 per session   

Grandmother's Choice Quilt Class
Arlene will teach you how to make this beautiful quilt using tried-and-true square up methods of construction. You'll have fun while learning this interesting technique Arlene Kovash, Instructor. Two sessions available.


Price: $25.00    


Intermediate Machine Quilting Class
Build on skills you learned in the Basic Machine Quilting class. Cheryl will teach you even more methods of machine quilting. You'll be quilting like a pro in no time. Basic Machine Quilting class is a prerequisite. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. 2 Tuesdays, June 17 & 24; 10:00 am--4:00 pm. Class fee includes book.

Price: $45.00    
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