Meet Paulette, Our New Class Instructor

Paulette grew up outside of NYC, and has lived all over the US and overseas, but she calls Wyoming home. We are excited to have her here in Omaha, teaching classes on her own original designs. She learned how to sew and crochet from her grandmother when she was a child, and has been quilting since 2014.

You can see her patchwork coat in the September/October 2022 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine, and one of her quilts was selected to be in the 2018 American Quilt Society in Virginia Beach. See her Quilted patchwork coat below, and for information on how she made it, you can purchase the magazine here.

For her class offerings, she will show you how to make a zippered makeup bag, a pieced and quilted table runner, or pumpkin wall hanging. She will also be teaching free motion techniques, showing students how to free motion “doodle” on their projects.

This cute makeup bag is perfect for keeping you organized, and can be personalized with any quilting cotton fabric you like. In this class you will learn the basics of making a bag, from sewing a zipper, to using fusible fleece for structure, to creating that perfect finished lining.

It’s still hot outside, but this table runner has us ready for sweater weather and autumn colors. Choose your own fabrics for a customized look, and learn how to piece, quilt, and sew binding in this class.

Paulette’s pumpkin wall hanging makes us want a pumpkin spice latte already, and it’s not even fall yet. This cute wall hanging could also be used as a quilt block or a fall inspired pillow. We are loving her original design! In this class you will learn some of the same techniques as the quilted table runner, but on a slightly smaller scale.

Her free motion doodles have us inspired to get creative with our quilting designs. They add an artistic element and personal touch to her projects. We can’t wait to see what else she comes up with! You can book her classes below. Check for Paulette’s name to be listed as an instructor. Her classes are highlighted in orange.

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  1. I currently own 2 Bernette machines and I’m having trouble with the bobbin in both….so I’m thinking I’m the problem, not the machine. Is this something you could help me with? I’d love to come in and visit your shop.

    1. Hello Marsha, You are welcome to bring them in for an estimate on service. We do not charge to look them over. If we don’t find anything wrong with the machines, then we can absolutely get you signed up for a “Learn Your Sewing Machine” class to go over all the quirks of your particular machines.

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