(Details on some of these events are listed below the calendars.)


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Apr 17-19

Customer Appreciation Days

Apr 17

Cheryl Malkowski “Doodle Quilting” Workshop

Apr 18

Cheryl Malkowski “Still Waters” Workshop

Apr 19

Cheryl Malkowski “Quilt-O-Grams” Workshop

Apr 24-27

Central Oregon Shop Hop

Apr 24-27

Quilt ‘til You Wilt Beach Retreat

May 5-9

Jean Wells “Sense of Place” Workshop

May 23-25

Birthday Sale!

Jul 7-11

Quilter’s Affair

Jul 12

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show

Aug 25-29

Rosalie Dace “Kandinsky Quilts” Workshop

Sep 1-3

Rosalie Dace “Confident Color” Workshop

Sep 4-5

Rosalie Dace “Dimensional Texture” Workshop

Sep 20-21

Gloria Loughman “It's All About the Color” Workshop

Sep 22-26

2014 Art Quilt Symposium featuring Gloria Loughman, Elizabeth Barton & Rosalie Dace

Sep 27

Elizabeth Barton “From Inspiration to Fulfillment” Lecture

Oct 15-16

Sue Spargo “Bird Play” Workshop

Oct 17-19

2013 Contemporary Folk Art Retreat featuring Sue Spargo & Wendy Morris

Nov 8

Pajama Sale

Dec 26-Jan 1

End of Year Sale

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Schedule for In-Store Specials:customer appreciations days schedule

Demo Schedule:

(In-Store) Demos 10 am - 4 pm
Notions Demos - Friday & Saturday, 11am & 2pm with Carol Porter - Clover Education Director
Featured Demos: New Surface Design Products: Thursday - Saturday, 10am & 3pm


Class Buster!

For $50 You can choose 4 classes under $40.
(Excludes Clubs, Workshops, Retreats, & Special Events.)

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(January 2014 - June 2014)

Clubhouse Wednesdays

Featuring Demos & Free Sit-N-Sew

Wednesday Demos 9-10am • Sit-N-Sew 10am-5pm (Note new hours)

Join our "Clubhouse" each Wednesday for a morning demo followed by open Sit-N-Sew. Bring your current project or one that's been stashed away, and settle in for the day. We will provide treats at 2pm. There is no cost for Sit-N-Sew, however, there may be a small lab fee for the demo depending on the project being presented. Drop in, or make Clubhouse a weekly event. A staff member will be on hand to answer any questions throughout the day.

Demo schedule:

April 16 - Lavender Sachet Embroidery
April 23 - Painted Pillow with Barb


Construction Update

The closure of Cascade Avenue in Sisters will begin on March 1st. ODOT will be closing Cascade/US 20 from Larch Street to Elm. When coming into Sisters from the east, make sure to turn LEFT on HOOD Street and make your way to the Stitchin' Post by turning RIGHT onto Oak Street. There will be plenty of parking on Hood, Oak, and behind the store. If you are coming into Sisters from the west, make a RIGHT onto Pine Street, and a LEFT onto Hood, and then another LEFT onto Oak to access the store from the back.

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SAQA meeting



Central Oregon SAQA
Studio Art Quilt Associates

Jan. 16, Feb. 20, & March 20
3 - 5 pm

SAQA is a national organization founded in 1989 to serve artists working in the art quilt medium. As the co-representative for Oregon Jean Wells formed a parlor group that meets monthly to share ideas, critique, and have guest speakers. If you are interested in attending a meeting, Leotie Richards at lotidesignworks@ gmail.com will be the new representative beginning in August.

Most meetings are held at The Stitchin’ Post in the classroom. Tentative meeting dates are listed above.


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Free Sew Nights With The Modern Quilt Guild

3rd Tuesdays 5-8 pm
Jan 22*, Feb 18, Mar 18, Apr 15, & May 20

(Guild dues are $25/year.)



The Modern Quilt Guild is made up of over 100 guilds across the country, with a mission to support and encourage the growth and development of modern quilting through art, education, and community. But really…its about having fun! Come see what its all about at our monthly Sew Nights at the Stitchin’ Post. Everyone is welcome!

This summer, be sure to look for a special exhibit at the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show
featuring our guild’s first quilt challenge!

What is MODERN quilting?
“Modern” seems to be the new buzz word in quilting these days.
But what does it mean to be a modern quilter?
Weeks Ringe of American Quilt Retailer Magazine recently shared a few ideas
about what it means to be MODERN:

Modern quilts are original and do not come from patterns or techniques of traditional quilt designs. Modern fabric combinations are more eclectic rather than using fabrics from one particular line. Also, solid fabrics are very favorable. Modern quilting is about creativity and exploration. The modern quilter is not necessarily young!

*Note: January meeting does not fall on the 3rd Tuesday



Pajama Sale
Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014
6:30 am-5:00 pm

pajama sale

The early bird gets the worm~ and during pajama sale, the early shopper gets the biggest discount!
The earlier you start shopping, the more you will save.

Anyone who shops wearing their PJs receives an extra 5% discount!
6:30 am – 8:30 am....................... 30% off
8:30 am – 11 am.......................... 25% off
11 am – 2 pm............................... 20% off
2 pm – 5 pm................................. 15% off

Christmas in the Mountains
Friday-Sunday, Nov 28-30, 2014

Let us inspire you to create, or help you find just the right gifts for loved ones on your shopping list. Our homemade refreshments and a warm cup of cider will get you in the holiday spirit while you shop in our festive atmosphere. There will be an ample assortment of unique, handcrafted items and stocking stuffers to choose from. We offer gift consultation, personalized gift baskets, and free gift-wrapping.

Handmade Gifts from Stitchin’ Post Employees

Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind gifts, lovingly handmade by our talented employees. Each year, our employees produce wonderful, new gift items. Handmade items will be available from November 29th through Christmas Eve. Stock is limited, so shop early!

10th Annual Christmas Hospice Fundraiser

Help support Hospice of Redmond/Sisters and you could win a $150 Stitchin’ Post/Twigs Gift Certificate. This year we’re making pot holders! The only rule is that your pot holder must be turned in to the Stitchin’ Post by Wednesday, November 26th. All pot holders will be displayed at the “Festival of the Trees” on December 6th at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. Viewers attending the festival will choose the winning runner. All pot holders become the property of Hospice.



For further information on any of the above, contact the Stitchin' Post: (541) 549-6061


Class Registration Policies & Procedures

The following applies to all classes offered in this Class Schedule:

What do I need for class?
Each class has a Supply List. There may be additional Kit or Lab Fees for special supplies, such as freezer paper, fabric paints, special templates, etc. Fabric requirements will be listed in your supply list. Some classes require preparation prior to your first class, e.g., pre-cutting fabric, bringing design ideas, etc. Once you register for your class and receive your Supply List, you will receive a 15% discount on all required supplies. To receive the discount, you must have your Supply List with you when you make your purchase..

Registration Procedures
Pre-registration and payment are required. Register during our Fall/Winter Preview Party and receive a 10% discount on the fee. You may register by phone (541-549-6061) or at the store. You receive a 10% discount any time you register on-line at www.stitchinpost.com/classes.html (Sorry, discount does not apply to Clubs, Special Events, Retreats, or Workshops.))

Class Cancellation Policy
You must cancel at least TEN DAYS prior to the class for a full refund. If the Stitchin’ Post cancels a class, you may take a store credit or request a refund.

Sometimes We Cancel a Class….
On occasion we will cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. We make that decision ten (10) days before the scheduled class. We recommend that you call to confirm that the class has met its minimum enrollment and will go on as scheduled. The safest bet is to do your class purchases within ten (10) days of the class date.


What are my Basic Sewing Supplies (BSS)?
BSS includes sewing machine in good working order, rotary cutter, cutting mat, ruler, scissors, tape measure, pencil, pins, and seam ripper.

Winter Weather Alert!
Weather can be unpredictable here in Central Oregon. When winter weather affects driving conditions, our priority is safety! Please note that if the Sisters School District is closed due to weather conditions, we will also cancel class that day. We will reschedule the class for another day, based on classroom and instructor availability.

A Friendly Reminder For A Healthy Classroom
If you have a cold, flu symptoms, or a lingering cough, please be considerate of fellow classmates and the instructor by staying home and taking care of yourself. Call the store in advance to let us know you are not feeling well, and we will do what we can to accommodate your illness.
Along the same lines, we have many students who are sensitive to perfumes and scented lotions; please avoid wearing such products to class.
Thank you!