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Don’t forget our SALE on January 1!!!  Everything will be 25% off this year, including if you place a special order, as long as you pay for it that day you will receive the 25% off.  Also as an added bonus, any class you sign up and pay for between now and January 1, we will take $5.00 off of the class price. Our class prices remained the same as last year. We will have 3 or 4 cutting tables set up with extra helpers on the floor ready to help you pick out your fabric.  Punches will not be given that day, but you may redeem full cards. We will again be drawing the name of a lucky quilering to receive 10% off throughout the year. We will also be drawing some door prizes throughout the day.
Do You Want to Build a Snowman with Mary?
It’s the perfect time of year for it. A 3 part class that Mary will make right along with you, Monday February 2, 16, and 23rd.
Mary is teaching a Quilter’s Shawl on February 9 and 12th, an evening class only, a perfect wrap for those chilly evenings.
I begin a new Beginner’s Piecing Academy on Monday February 16, afternoon or evening.
On the 28th, I will be teaching Victorious,
a Deb Tucker pattern. It uses the V Block and Square 2 rulers. This would be an easy quilt to make larger if you would like to. This is a 2 part class, the second class is on Saturday, March 21.
Mary is teaching Yankee Doodle Dandy

on Saturday, March 7, a two part class, second part is on Saturday, March 21. Easy stars popping off a checkered background, you choose the size you wish to make.
On Saturday, March 14, I am teaching Broken Stars.
I have taught other star patterns using this same method and quilter’s have found it very easy. It’s all half square triangles, a great advanced beginner quilt. Mine is not scrappy, you will receive fabric requirements for scrappy and not. 2 part class, second class on Saturday, March 28.
Mary is teaching Shenandoah Stars
on Monday, March 16, day class only. A striking quilt from The Simple Triangle book. Octagons appear, but are actually triangles, a definite MUST SEE!!!
I begin an Intermediate class on Monday, March 16,
afternoon or evening. This is a great class for learning Y seams, varying sized blocks, quarter square triangles, and machine appliqué. This is a 7 part class on 7 consecutive Mondays.
Mary is teaching Checkerboard Galaxy
on Monday, March 23, this is a 3 part class offered in the evenings only. There are thousands of stars in the galaxy, but with this quilt you’ll really be sleeping under the stars.
On March 28, Mary is teaching Beginning Applique.
Quilter's Nest News, November, 2014
Merry Christmas Friends,
And almost Happy New Years!!! I ran drastically behind this month and I apologize. I had quilter’s coming in the shop telling me they thought their husband’s had deleted our newsletter before they had a chance to read it. Nope, you just didn’t get it yet. I was doing pretty well, I had decided to vend at a Church Bazaar and had worked really hard getting ready and I was also having a really good month in my Etsy shop, so trying to stay caught up with that, and then we received the news that my mother in law passed away. It really wasn’t a surprise, she was 92 and had been in a nursing home for 11 years, but still you are not ready for it when you get that call. I’m sure she is up there playing Christmas Carols on the piano with a little “swing” added to them; she was quite a talented pianist and had played in numerous dance bands. We will miss her. When we returned home, we still had to set up my booth for the bazaar. Then, my husband, who is recently retired went back to work part-time. So much for my home cooked meals ready when I got home from work, it sure was nice while it lasted. We did manage to get our tree up and decorated, but that was about it on the decorating this year. Well, of course, I decided at the last minute that I had to make some things for the grandchildren. 10 pillowcases, 8 over the headrest bags, 2 quilted wall hangings, and 4 crocheted scarves later I was ready for Christmas, which we had last Saturday. I am finally getting to the newsletter!!
Thank you for all of the cards, gifts, and cookies that we received this year. Each one was treasured.
Quite a few of you have asked us for our class schedule for next year so that you can plan ahead and buy your fabric on January 1 at our sale. Mary and I got busy this morning
and got that done. I have also updated our calendar on Google, so you can check it out there.
Mary is teaching the Butterfly Quilt right now. The class continues until the end of January. They are just beginning to put the quilt together. Here is a picture of a portion of Judy Kissel’s quilt,
and a picture of a portion of Mary’s quilt.
Both stunning.
OK, here goes the class schedule –
We will have Open Sew on January 2, we provide supper.
TT Club – Mary is again hosting the Table Runner Club which meets the 2nd Thursday of every month from 12:00 – 4:00. There is a $25.00 registration fee and your fabric kit is $12.00/month. Here is a picture of the first month.
Advanced Beginner Piecing Academy begins Monday, January 12 for 4 consecutive Mondays afternoon or evening.
Eureka begins January 13 and will run every other Tuesday for 10 lessons. This is a gorgeous quilt that is not difficult. You do need to pay attention to what you are doing though.
Magnetic Midnight is on Saturday, January 17. You make this striking quilt with a Jelly Roll, so your cutting is easy.
Joy begins on January 20 and will run every other Tuesday for 8 lessons. I think the picture on the pattern is a little busy, here are a couple of my blocks.
Open Sew on the 23rd will be brown bag.
Day Break is on Saturday, January 24. This quilt is a little more advanced and takes some time, but I think the quilt is well worth it. This quilt uses the Hex N More Ruler and the Sidekick ruler.
Nova Queen is also on the January 24.

A beautiful star quilt without Y seams. You will learn to use the 120 degree triangle ruler.
Happy Quilting,
Holly and Mary
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