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Waldemere Wednesday Chapter Programs

Our Chapter's Waldemere Wednesday Programs are coming to you live over Zoom on the third Wednesday of every month from 10am to 11:30am. No registration required, however you must provide your name before joining so that we can monitor for visitors and control disruptive participants. 


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You can help out by offering your program ideas and demos.

Mar 17: Cash and Carry Pouch. Jackie will explain construction of the Cash and Carry zippered pouch by Atkinson Designs.com, the actual pattern can be purchased for $10.)  You don't need the pattern to make the simplest version.  The pouches make great gifts.  The zipper application technique is something you can use on other zippered bags.  She'll show a binding technique for the seam allowances which give a finished look to the pouch.

Download this for March 17th presentation
Atkinson Design Cash & Carry Pouch.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 60.6 MB


Apr 21: Fabric Flowers with Evelyn P. She demonstrated her techniques for making fabric flowers in many applications – jewelry, hair accessories, adorning purses, shirts, and home decorations and has provided a image of patterns for your use.  


“There are a lot of different ways to make fabric flowers and I have tried many of them. This one is my favorite. To make these flowers you first need to make fabric sandwiches. Any scrap fabric will do but you need fabric bond to put in between the front and back piece of fabric....that makes your sandwich!  Then you can cut out your flower pieces and construct your flower,  Evelyn”

May 19: Quilt binding with Lou: Perfect  Bindings for  quilts, collages, mug rugs and other uses,

Making a hanging sleeve for your quilt or project, How  to hang quilts and other fabric items. 

View recording



Jun 16: Jogakbo quilting with Jann

Jogakbo piecing .pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 22.4 MB


Jul 21: Presser Feet -- Your Sewing Machine's Best Friends with Korinne

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Every sewing machine comes with a few standard presser feet that will suffice for nearly all sewing projects. But there are so many other feet that allow for more creativity than what those few standard feet will allow. Korinne explained and demonstrated several presser feet that are specially made for embellishment sewing. 


Aug 18: Unique Artsy Rag Dolls with Jan Y

View slideshow and recording 


Jan presented her “Artsy Rag Dolls”. A self-proclaimed sewing novice, sews and designs fascinating rag dolls, with such personality. She gave us many tips and sparked our creativity.

She requested members log into our Members Only area to view her recording and access her slideshow. You can find it by scrolling down to the Crafts section on our Recordings Page.

Sep 15: Kraft-Tex Paper-Fabric demonstration with Jann


Jann Silverton will be presenting projects made with Kraft-Tex. 

Per Jann, "Kraft-Tex is a fun, fairly new paper-fabric that cuts and sews like cloth!

In addition to a presentation, I hope we’ll have time to sew some

simple woven coasters.

You’ll need some Kraft-Tex (an 8.5”x11” sample pack would be good),

and a #70 needle (#80 will work).

And Kraft-Tex is absorbent, not waterproof so you can back the

coasters with clear iron-on vinyl or adhere a cork backing with Steam-A-

Seam 2… or any other non-absorbent material you have on hand.

To get Kraft-Tex shipped quickly probably use Amazon.

Etsy, Joann.com and C&T Publishing also sell it online, but probably do

not ship quickly.

Michael’s and Hobby Lobby do not sell Kraft-Tex.

I highly recommend buying the dyed pre-washed in general. But for

coasters it doesn’t matter."



Here are some links to view ahead of time if you’d like:



Create Whimsy: very thorough explanation of Kraft-Tex:









Kraft-Tex Talk.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 91.5 MB
Kraft-Tex Project.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 51.8 MB


Oct 20: Casserole Carrier with Helaine Eckstein will be demonstrating an adorable and useful casserole carrier, which can hold various sizes of dishes. It has a thermal layer of batting, which helps to keep food hot or cold. You’ll want to make one for yourself, and one to give as a gift.  Supply list will be sent out the week before.


Nov 17: Three Holiday Gift Projects: luggage tag with Terry, decorative kitchen towel with Barb V, and small fussy cut, iron on bag with Crystal. 

Dec 15: Christmas Party



Jan 19, 2022: Check with Program Coordinator


Community Service: We track our reported volunteer time and money donations and report the information to CAB. If you sew for local, national and international charity agencies and organizations please download and submit the form to your NG Leader.