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April 2017
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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Block Walk Skillbuilder Class

Beginning Quilting 101

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3

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

Block Walk Skillbuilder Class

4

Adult Sewing

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

5

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

6

Beginning English Smocking

Sit and Sew

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10

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

11

Adult Sewing

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

Viking Embroidery Basics

12

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

13

Beginning English Smocking

Sit and Sew

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15

Hexagon Millefiore BOM

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17

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

18

Adult Sewing

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

19

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

20

Sit and Sew

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Machine Embroidery Software Class

Viking Club

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24

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

25

Adult Sewing

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

26

Adult Sewing

Children/Teen Sewing

27

Sit and Sew

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Sit and Quilt

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CLASS POLICIES

 

How do I sign up for a class?  You may register for any class either by stopping into the store, or calling us at (501) 227-0288.  We ask that you kindly pay for the class fee or required deposit at the time of registration to secure your spot in the class.   We gladly accept payment in cash, check or credit card.

Does my Class Fee include supplies & materials?  Generally unless specified otherwise on the class schedule, class fees DO NOT include materials, supplies or patterns required to make the project.  However, you will receive a class supply list and any necessary precutting instructions at the time of registration or by email shortly after that.  In order to continue to provide you with fun and informative classes, we would kindly appreciate your consideration of and patronage to the Stitchin’ Post when purchasing your supplies.  For free the free classes that we offer, we do require that all supplies be purchased at the Stitchin' Post.

What if a class is already full?   If a class is already full, you may request to be placed on the waiting list. If a spot opens up, we will call or email you asap.

What if I sign up and then need to cancel?  In the case of our typical store classes, if you do need to cancel and give us at least a 5 day notice, we will be happy to refund your class fee (sorry - any fabrics or patterns bought for the class cannot be refunded or returned).  You may choose to have your refund in the form of a store credit or back in the form of your original payment.  Beyond that time, we can only issue a refund if your spot can be filled from a waiting list.   Please note that in the case of a workshop or special event involving a nationally/internationally known guest instructor, the cancellation policy may differ.  Please refer to the workshop description for details.

What if not enough people sign up for the class or it needs to be cancelled?  We try very hard to avoid cancellation of classes due to low enrollment.  If cancellation does occur, we will refund the class fee in full to those who have registered and paid. 

 

Do I bring my own sewing machine?  In general, new techniques are best learned on your own machine so that you can easily reproduce your results at home.  However, we do have classroom machines available for use if needed.  If you are a beginner and haven’t yet purchased a machine, we strongly encourage you to use one of our classroom machines until you decide whether you want to invest in a machine.  Not all machines are created equal, and purchasing the wrong machine can quickly ruin your sewing experience.  Please let us know at the time of registration if you will need a classroom machine.
 
How much sewing experience do I really need to have?  Our class descriptions are intended to guide you regarding the level of difficulty of the project.   If you would like to give us a call, we are happy to talk with you about any class in question.  No experience at all is expected for those in our introductory beginning sewing classes.  For other classes, we do ask that you have a working knowledge of your own machine, and that you know how to turn it on, thread it, change the needle, wind a bobbin, correct your tension and sew a seam in a relatively straight line.  Additionally, bringing your sewing machine manual to class is always very helpful in case you get into a "pinch”. 

 
Are children allowed in the classroom?  Our classroom work area never seems large enough, and sewing machines, scissors, irons, and rotary cutters pose a potential danger to children.  Although we love young children, they can be a distraction to those attending an adult class.  Unless a class is specifically designated as a children's sewing class, we cannot allow children under 18 in the classroom area. 
 
Parking - If you are bringing a machine to class, please feel free to park as close as possible to the door unload your machine and class supplies; however, we would appreciate it if you would then move your car to allow close parking for other customers who may be bringing in or picking up sewing machines from our service technician.