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Our Programs

Make Your Own Microwavable Hot Bowl

End burning fingers when microwaving soups or reheats. Made with 100% cotton fabric and thread, these bowls are insulated with microwaveable battering and can be made in all sizes, even dinner plate sizes. You'll want to make several. These are great for gifts too! Quilters must bring a sewing machine. Materials Fee: $10.00 payable to instructor at the beginning of class.

Brockton | T435 | 28322 | $19
Saturday | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2/12/2022
Instructor: Diane Bennett

Make Your Own Fleece Poncho

Imagine in just three hours, you will walk out wearing a fabulous new poncho. Ponchos can be made in a variety of sizes for yourself and/or as a gift. Quilters must bring a sewing machine. Instructor will provide material list prior to first class.

Brockton | T435 | 28323 | $19
Saturday | 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
3/12/2022
Instructor: Diane Bennett

Create A Snippet Wreath

With a few scraps and an iron, you can create a festive wreath wall hanging for your home. Choose holiday fabric or some brown, orange, and red for fall, or make a patriotic wreath from red, white, and blue. Quilters must bring a sewing machine. Instructor will provide material list prior to first class.

Brockton | T435 | 28324 | $19
Saturday | 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
4/9/2022
Instructor: Diane Bennett

Create A Quilted Beach Tote Bag

In this one-day course, you will leave with a beautiful quilted tote just in time for your next trip to the beach. Quilters must bring a sewing machine and fabric. Instructor will provide material list prior to first class.

Brockton | T435 | 28325 | $39
Saturday | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
5/14/2022
Instructor: Diane Bennett

About Our Instructor

DIANE BENNETT earned a B.A. in Business Management from Eastern Nazarene College. She has been quilting for over 40 years, and enjoys sharing new and exciting techniques. Making quilts for various organizations like the Quilts of Valor and blankets for the homeless have become community projects.  Diane believes that the best part of sharing quilting is helping each student find their creative potential.