Our Youth Quilting Class is full and we have 3 on our waiting list. We want to thank all of you for your interst in our class and hope you will join us again.

UPCOMING YOUTH QUILTING CLASS

A FREE YOUTH QUILTING CLASS, for ages 10 to 16 years, is offered by the Shiner Heritage Quilters Guild on June 24, 25, and 26 (Mon. – Wed) from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00p.m. and June 27 (Thurs.) from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 102 W. Church St., Shiner (1 block off Hwy. 90A)

Students need to bring:

 -Sewing machine in good working order and machine instruction manual. All students must provide their own sewing machine.

 -Small scissors.

The Guild will provide decorated bags filled with fabric and essential supplies. Each student will be paired with a Guild member who will give individual guidance along with lots of TLC. Light refreshments will be served daily. Enrollment is limited to 7. Deadline for enrolling is Wed. June 19. Please sign up ONLY if you plan to attend each of the class sessions.

To enroll or to ask questions, please email shinerquilts@gmail.com or contact Mary Shafer at (713) 530-2975. Enrollment must be confirmed through Mary Shafer.

Youth Quilting

Each summer Shiner Heritage Quilters Guild offers free quilting classes with one-on-one instruction to young people in the community. Enrollment is limited.

Participants need to bring their own sewing machine in good working order and the instruction manuel. A list of additional supplies needed is given at time of enrollment.

Please e-mail for more information.

Seven students attended the annual beginner Youth Quilt Class conducted by the Shiner Heritage Quilters Guild held on July 16 - 19. They are pictured (l – r): seated—Nevina Kresta, Cecelia Kloesel, Maddie Vahalik; standing—MaryKatherine Kloesel, Emma Tronicek, Jillian Keorth, Logan Caldwell, and former students who assisted with instruction: Isabelle Caldwell, Riley Cerny and Emma Siegel

Students learned how to sew a quarter inch seam, match seams, cut with a rotary cutter, press fabric, and quilt using decorative machine stitches. Many guild members assisted with the class.

The Guild recognizes the Shiner Methodist Church for providing the Fellowship Hall for the classes, The Square Quilter and Sweet Home Stitching Post for assisting with supplies and South Star Bank of Shiner for donating bags. Members enjoyed designing quilt blocks to embellish the bags that were filled with all the fabric and supplies for the class.

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