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Happy Together Quilt Top Construction Class



What an appropriate title for our first in person class together!

The HAPPY TOGETHER quilt has many possibilities and is fun. Make as many blocks as you would like for a quilt or just one block for a wall hanging. The sample is made from 9 blocks and the pattern will make 18. The background can be different colors or all one color. The blocks are approximately 14” wide and various lengths. We will focus heavily on using the Wonder Curve Ruler. It is not difficult at all.

Join us and have fun making these happy little people. 

Supply List:

  • HAPPY TOGETHER pattern
  • The NEW Wonder Curve Ruler
  • ½ yard cuts for each background or see pattern if making all one color background
  • 10 x 10 assorted fabrics for hair and clothes
  • 4 or more fabrics for faces (see pattern for fabric yardage)
  • Backing and batting will depend on the size of your quilt or wall hanging
  • Sewing machine in good working order with foot pedal and cords, bobbin in a neutral color and a new needle (80/12 microtex) and your accessory box 
  • ¼ “ foot
  • 6 ½ x 24” ruler
  • An individual cutting mat would be helpful
  • A rotary cutter with a sharp blade (a 45mm and a 26mm is a good idea)
  • Your regular sewing notions, glue stick, scissors, seam ripper, needles, straight pins and/or clips, stiletto/Purple Thang etc.
  • Snips thread catchers, or anything you need for sewing
You must know have a working knowledge of using your sewing machine. We always recommend bringing your manual to you with class in case you have any issues.


  • Read over patterns in your book and make your choices for blocks you want to make.
  • Make fabric choices
  • Press fabrics with Best Press or starch
  • BRING LUNCH or or light snack and drinks with lids. You may also walk to a local restaurant, there are many places around 


Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Must have Wonder Curve Ruler and Happy Together Pattern. Patterns cannot be shared. Must have working knowledge of your sewing machine
Requirements: Must know how to use your sewing machine
Instructor: Helen Abernathy
Instructor Bio: Although I originally hail from the coast of NC, I consider myself a real Floridian after living here for the past 46 years. I began sewing at four years old by making dolly clothes on my little hand cranked Singer. I made most of my clothes through high school and college and even sold a few. They looked quite professional I must say. I?m a retired elementary school teacher and principal. I love retirement! I have so much more time for sewing and time with family/friends. I made my first quilt in high school, and it was awful. It went to the trash or Goodwill a few years ago. I tried again in the early 2000?s and finally decided it was time to take a lesson or two at a friend?s suggestion. I was hooked. I took all kinds of classes at different shops locally and a bit north of here. Now I have quite a stash and tons of rulers which I enjoy using, I worked at local quilt shop for a couple of years and found my love - teaching classes and bright colors. I enjoy foundation paper piecing, piecing, applique, machine and hand embroidery, needle turn and English Paper Piecing. Finally, I?m so fortunate to have a very patient husband who supports my obsession.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.