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Located at:
167 S.W. Court Street
Dallas, Oregon
USA 97338

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 10:00 am-5:00 pm
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.

Stories of Old Oregon Quilt Club - Towns and Founders
Learn the fascinating history of how many of the towns in Oregon were founded--how they got their names, their early history, prominent citizens of the day, and beginnings of each town's commerce and industry. You'll receive quilt block patterns, an informational newsletter and other handouts. After each session there is a fabulous FREE lunch of soup, salad and dessert. Rachel Greco, Instructor. Dates: Jan. 23; Feb. 20; Mar. 19; Apr. 23. Class: 10:00--11:30 am followed by a free lunch.

Price: $10.00 Start Up Fee   

Basic Beginner Blocks Class
Start at any time! 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; Winter Dates: Fridays, Jan. 15; Feb. 19; Mar. 11 & April 15. 10:00 am--4:00 pm. First Class includes cost of book; then $5.00 per session after that.

Price: $45.00 per session   

Basic Clothing Construction
Choose any pattern you want to make. 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. Four Sessions: January 16; February 13; March 12 & April 16, 10:00 am--4:00 pm. (Two classes are only $25.)

Price: $15.00 per class   

Beginning Machine Applique
Learn the basics of fusible web/machine applique as you create a set of four dishtowels--apple, lemon, pumpkin and peach. Cheryl will show you how to perfect your stitches as you make beautiful gifts for family and friends. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. Tuesdays, Sept. 8, Oct. 6, Nov. 3 & Dec. 1; 10:00 am--3:00 pm.

Price: $10.00    

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. Winter Sessions: Tuesdays, Jan. 5; Feb. 2; Mar. 1 & Apr. 5; 9:30-Noon.

Price: $5.00 per session   

Eye Spy Quilt Class
What a fun quilt to make for a special child in your life. Arlene will show you how to make an Eye Spy Quilt using the Hexagon technique. You'll love being able to create a quilt that others will simply love! Arlene Kovash, Instructor, 2 Tuesdays, January 12 & 26, 10:00 am--2:00 pm.

Price: $30.00    

Feed Sack Tote Class
Who says you can't make anything using modern feed bags? They may not be cotton, but Cheryl will show you how to add fabric that will turn them into novel tote bags you will enjoy making. Cheryl Libby, Instructor. Thursday, January 21; 10:00 am--4:00 pm. Class fee includes pattern and feed sack.

Price: $25.00    

Grandma's Quilt Club - 19th Century Quiltmaking
Sign up for Grandma's newest in-store quilt club: 19th Century Quiltmaking You need look no further than the textiles produced by 19th Century women to learn about their lives, their daily passions, and the innovations of the era that allowed them to express their creativity in thread and cloth. 19th Century Quiltmaking is a look at quilting methods of an earlier era that continue to inspire us today. You will learn about 19th Century quilt styles, techniques and inventions that revolutionized quilting forever. Club dates winter 2016 are: January 7/8/9; Feb. 4/5/6; March 3/4/5 and April 7/8/9. Click through to learn more details on how to join this in-store quilt club.

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Price: $0.00 Membership Fee   


Hawaiian Applique Class
Hawaiian quilts are so beautiful. They look hard to create but are really easy with Esther's needle-turn applique methods. She'll show you how. Esther Harrison, Instructor; Tuesday, July 14; 1:00-3:00 pm. Class fee includes pattern.

Price: $20.00    

Leap Day Mystery Quilt Class
There's an extra day this year and what better way to celebrate than working on a quilt project? Cheryl's got something extra fun and extra fabulous to work on. Join her for a fun day of sewing. Cheryl Libby, Instructor; Leap Day, Monday, February 29, 10:00 am--4:00 pm. All fabrics needed are included in price of the class.

Price: $25.00 per session   
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