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Rag Quilt Quilting Class Registration for Fall 2019

Select the member or non-member option.

Our website is secure and allows you to register for your class online with a credit card!

If you would like to become a Sauder Village Member and receive discounts on classes, you may purchase a Sauder Village membership online and add it to your shopping cart. 

PLEASE NOTE: If you are making a reservation within 48 hours of the class you wish to take, please do not use our online system. You will need to call us at 1-800-590-9755 during regular business hours to confirm availability.


Rag Quilt Quilting Class - NON-MEMBER

Saturday, November 9, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm


    Rag Quilt Quilting Class - MEMBER

    Saturday, November 9, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

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      After we receive your registration form and payment, we will let you know about availability in the classes of your choice within two business days. If you haven't heard back from us within two business days check your email spam filter.

      Please register early as classes fill quickly. All classes require pre-registration and pre-payment along with the registration form. We reserve the right to cancel classes if we do not meet minimum registrations. In the event we need to cancel a class, your registration and supply money will be refunded. All registrants will receive written confirmation, additional information and supplies list.

      Any cancellation made more than two weeks prior to the class will receive their class fee refunded minus a 20% processing fee (minimum $2.00). Cancellations made after the cancellation date and no shows the day of the class will not receive a refund.

      If you are making a reservation within 48 hours of the class you wish to take, please do not use our online system. You will need to call us at 1-800-590-9755 ext. 3011 during regular business hours to confirm availability.

      For more information on any of our classes call 800.590.9755 ext. 3011 to speak with Threads of Tradition Quilt Shop staff or email

      Note: No registrations will be taken over the phone prior to one week before the class. 

      If you prefer a print version class registration form: Class Registration Form 

      You can either...

      Mail to: Classes, Sauder Village, P.O. Box 235, Archbold, Ohio 43502
      Fax to: 419.445.5251 
      Deliver to: Sauder Village Welcome Center Office, 2nd Floor, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

      Information Regarding Quilting Classes:

      General Class Information...
      Notice: Please read offering carefully. Unless otherwise noted, quilt class fees do not include supplies. Paid registrants will receive a copy of the supply list with class confirmation. If you have not received confirmation and supply list one week prior to the class date, please call Education Dept. at 800.590.9755. Project samples are on display in the classroom area (as well as our website). Supplies may be purchased at Threads of Tradition located in Sauder Village. For your convenience, five Bernina sewing machines are available for student use in class. Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to reserve one of these machines (limited to availability).

      Quillter Skill Level Definitions
      • A Beginner is eager to learn and can sew a fairly straight line with a sewing machine.

      • You are an Advanced Beginner if you know how to thread the sewing machine, wind a bobbin and use a rotary cutter. You can sew simple pieced designs and simple appliqué. Blocks may come out different sizes or odd-shaped.

      • You are an Intermediate quilter if you have been quilting for several years, have taken several quilting classes, and are having more success with piecing skills. You are learning the finer points of pressing, cutting and adjusting seam allowances for more accuracy. You are trying more challenging patterns and designs.

      • You are an Advanced quilter if you have mastered all the basic skills. You have begun designing your own quilt blocks and patterns, combining designs from various sources, and learning more advanced techniques to enhance your work.