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SPECIAL EVENT - 2-Day Embroidery/Quilting and Sewing Class -Tote Bag

Are you ready to use your combo machine to the fullest?! Bring your Embroidery/Sewing machine for two fun days of sewing with Jory! Jory will teach how easy it is to quilt-in-the-hoop as you embroidery quilting stitches onto your tote bag panel. Then she will teach you how to insert the zippers and create your one-of-a-kind custom tote bag.

Quilted In-The-Hoop and Sewn Together! This special class will be a hands on FUN 2-day class with Jory - You won't want to miss it!

⭐Class fee: ONLY $59 

Pizza Lunch provided on Day 2

Jory will be joining us virtually and the classroom will be staffed with Cotton Blossom staff to help you the entire class! Class will be recorded - attend in person or watch at a later date!

Day 1- How to quilt large areas using your embroidery machine and making the handles
Day 2- Tote Bag Assembly

  • Class Supply List:
  • Baby Lock Tote Bag Panel (do not cut apart until AFTER the quilting)
  • 2 yards or one package of fusible fleece
  • Baby Lock magnetic hoop (I ended up finding the 10x10 easiest, but Destiny/Altair users will need the 7x12)
  • TWO 22” zippers (oversized, so they are easier to install)
  • Half yard of fabric (recessed zipper and lining for front pocket zipper- Note, I used cork fabric for my recessed zipper)
  • Zipper foot (I used the narrow zipper foot, but any will work)
  • J foot (basic sewing foot)
  • Tube Turner

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Must have a sewing/Embroidery combo machine with 7x12" or larger hoop OR Separate machines is fine as well
Instructor: Jory Snynder
Instructor Bio: Certified Baby Lock Educator and Software Expert About Jory: Throughout my childhood in Texas, my mother was an avid sewer and crafter, so sewing and crafting are part of my DNA. One of my first memories was making custom stickers to ?screenprint? and personalize my Barbie doll?s clothing. After graduating from Texas Tech University with a degree in apparel design and manufacturing, I worked for a publisher in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as an editor and designer for INKnitters and Crochet Fantasy magazines. I then fell in love with my husband, got married, and moved to Oklahoma, where I earned a teaching certificate and worked as a special education/science teacher. Foundation paper piecing, scribble applique, and pillow making are a few of my favorite things. I prefer smaller projects, but I do make one or two quilts per year. In my spare time, I can be found in front of my Solaris Vision, crafting with my digital cutter, or spending time with my husband and our rescue dogs.
Supplies extra (Pizza lunch included on Day 2)

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
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    • Ridgeland, MS 39157
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