Harper's Fabric and Quilt Co.
7918 Santa Fe Dr.
Overland Park, KS 66204

913-648-2739 Fabric
913-491-4499 Sewing Machines

Hours
Mon-Fri 10-6
Sat 9-5
Sun 1-4

Harper's Owner: Elaine Johnson
Email: harpersfabric@gmail.com



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Little Pumpkin
Little Pumpkin
Make this fun little quilt to welcome fall weather.  Give it as a gift - if you can bear to.  Better yet, make two and keep one for yourself!  There are 6 different ways to make these mini pumpkins, all of which we will cover in class.  Come prepared to have fun with fellow quilters.
Level: Advanced Beginner
Instructor: Shirley Lewis
Cost: $40



 
Harvest Moon
Harvest Moon
An off-center log cabin quilt?  Sure enough, this traditional block goes a bit modern with skinny and fat logs for construction.  Whatever your preference this quilt turns heads!
Level: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Cynthia Schrader
Cost: $40



 
Anything But Ugly
Anything But Ugly
Make this little sparkler with seasonal fabrics, colors or metallic prints in time to light up your Christmas decor! Highlight one print in the background or use a solid as the background with prints as the ’X’s. This quilt has no blocks, just three shapes assembled into rows. A great design wall application; easy to make adjustments in the finished quilt size. Simple ’on point’ construction!
Level: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Cynthia Schrader
Cost: $40



 
2 Charms + a Yard
2 Charms + a Yard
Using 2 Charm packs gives you a jump start towards piecing. All the cutting is the one yard of fabric and your machine will be humming! Add the benefit of variety and completely coordinated fabrics and your quilt will be fast, easy and lovely!
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Honas
Cost: $40



 
Stopped Short (of a Star)
Stopped Short (of a Star)
A sunburst quilt pattern has diamond shaped patches without any long star point sections or set-in seams! Rounds of color are made with strip piecing before the sunburst appears. Graduations of one color or lots of scrappy placement will each look wonderful. A square or octagonal quilt unless ’expanded’ with borders to meet other applications. You can choose to make sweet small diamonds for a traditional look or enlarge the diamond to show off large scale prints or a fabric too pretty to cut.....careful (but not fussy) sewing required.
Level: Confident Beginner
Instructor: Cynthia Schrader
Cost: $40



 
Tiny Stroller Tuck
Tiny Stroller Tuck
A Harper’s original versatile tiny blanket is the perfect quick gift for the new little one in your life. Finished Size 30”x30”
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Honas
Cost: $20 + Kit with pattern



 
Machine Applique
Machine Applique
There are several machine appliqué techniques. For more complex shapes, Mary prefers this technique using wash away stabilizer and glue! We will focus on tracing or marking your chosen shape, cutting the stabilizer, securing the edge of your fabrics around curves of your shape and stitching it down with a blanket stitch, small zigzag or satin stitch of your choice. You will be amazed at the results!
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Honas
Cost: $30



 
Paper Piecing Holiday Stockings
Paper Piecing Holiday Stockings
The large and medium stockings in this pattern are the perfect place to hide tiny, little presents. The small stocking will make cute little holiday pins. Use up scraps of red and green as you make these projects for yourself, or for gifts. Pattern includes tissue paper foundations for making twenty-four stockings. Two each of four designs in three different sizes.
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Honas
Cost: $40



 
Stars Aplenty
Stars Aplenty
Using two basic blocks, 4 patch and half-square triangles, create a galaxy of stars. Make it scrappy and bright or make it easy with just two fabrics!
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Mary Honas
Cost: $60



 

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