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Serendipity Quilt Shop of Dagsboro, Inc.

31821 Cannon St
Dagsboro, DE 19939
(302) 732-6304

Signing Up For Classes / Workshops


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If you would like to sign up for any of our classes or workshops, please click the link for the class you wish to attend to sign up, pay and get your supply list or call the shop at (302) 732-6304 and we will be happy to sign you up! You can then either stop by and pick up your class supply list or request to have one e-mailed to you.

We will let you know if the class you have requested is full. If this is the case, then we can place your name on a waiting list. If for some reason someone decides that they cannot attend the class after signing up, we begin to call those people who are on the waiting list. Most of the time if we have a large interest in a particular class, we will schedule to have the class again and  then begin to contact the people on the waiting list before offering the class to the public.

Class / Workshop Policies:
  1. Full payment is required when you register. We cannot guarantee a place will be held for you without payment. You can register in person, by phone or by mail.

  2. We reserve the right to cancel a class if the minimum number of students have not enrolled. If we cancel the class, your class fee will be added to your account

    as a credit or a refund will be issued.

  3. To receive a refund or credit, you must cancel 1 week prior to class. No refunds or credits will be given if you do not show up for a class.

  4. Supplies are in addition to the class fee. We offer a 10% discount on all supplies for most of our classes.

  5. A supply list is provided for all classes. Be sure you receive one prior to class and bring everything listed. We endeavor to have all supplies in the shop but cannot guarantee they will be available on the day of the class, so be sure to shop early. All students must have a legal copy of the required pattern or book.

  6. You must provide your own sewing machine in good working order, along with the cords, pedal and the users’ manual. All classes, including beginner classes, require you to know how to use your machine, including attaching various feet as required for the class.

  7. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before class so you can be set up and be ready to start on time.

  8. Please silence your cell phone in consideration of the other students and the teacher.

  9. Unless specified otherwise, bring basic sewing supplies—thread, scissors, seam ripper, pins, marking pen/pencil, all the things you usually use when you sew.

  10. Unless specified otherwise bring basic cutting supplies—rotary cutter, mat, ruler(s)

Skill Levels:

You need to be familiar with your machine and know how to thread your machine, wind a bobbin and sew a straight line.


For those who

-     Are trying this type of project for the first time.

-      Have recently been or are currently being introduced to the basics of cutting, piecing and assembling a quilt top.

-      Are working to master these skills.

Advanced Beginner

For those who

-      Have pieced and assembled several quilt tops.

-      Are accurate in sewing a 1/4” seam and have rotary cutting skills

-      Are comfortable with the process and is now ready to move on to more challenging techniques and projects using at least two different techniques. 


For those who

-      Have mastered the basics and are ready to move on to more challenging projects.

-      Are comfortable with most quilting techniques, including paper piecing and projects involving multiple techniques.  

-      Have a good understanding of design, color and the whole process.

-      Are experienced in projects involving multiple techniques.

-      Are confident in making fabric selections other than those listed in the pattern. 


For those who

-      Have mastered the craft and are ready to move on to advanced techniques/designs.

-      Has the skills to read, comprehend and follow a pattern, and is willing to take on any technique.

-      Are comfortable with their skills and has the ability to select fabric suited to the project.


Free Motion Virtual Class Offerings from Jane Hauprich

We look forward to Jane returning to SQS to teach in a live classroom environment but in the meantime
we are happy to share a link to Jane Hauprich's site where she is currently offering several classes via a virtual experience in a zoom classroom. 

Jane Hauprich Classes

Please contact Jane if you have any questions.



CRUMBS! LET?S MAKE SOMETHING WITH THEM. Got Scraps? Come learn the fun and addicting process of turning those scraps into larger pieces of usable fabric. During this class I'll give ideas (like the projects in the photo) on how to use the fabrics you just created. You must have some experience making quilts. Note: in the class you will make the blocks which you will take home to use in a project of your choice.

Cost: $ 35.00
Would you like a Quilt as You Go table runner that looks complicated with curved pieces but actually has no curved sewing? All straight seams, fun, fast and it looks great in any combination! And as a bonus, you get to use some of those fancy stitches on your machine if you have them and want to play. But it also looks great with a plain zigzag or blind hem stitch.

Cost: $ 35.00
Are you new to quilting but you've already taken the Beginner series? Are you ready to move up to the next level but not sure where to start? There are 16 projects in the book "Let's Do Lunch". Lenny will be offering a series of classes with each class focusing on three projects. choose one: Toast Points OR Lynn's tote OR Escargot. NOTE: You need to have experience using a rotary cutter, sewing a 1/4" seam, and the basics of quilt making.

Cost: $ 35.00
Manx Quilting - At first glance these blocks look like traditional log cabin quilt blocks. But their construction is different, in a foundation-pieced quilt-as-you-go method using strips of fabric. The Manx method is inexpensive and portable. It requires no fancy notions or batting, uses up scraps of fabrics, is easy, FUN, and addictive. No sewing machine is required as this is a hand stitching class. Anyone can accomplish Manx stitching! Nearly all of the Serendipity Staff are making blocks using the Manx method. ****PROOF OF UP TO DATE COVID VACCINATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND CLASSES **** NO SEWING MACHINE REQUIRED

Cost: $ 40.00
Learn paper piecing with Lenny . This is an absolute beginner paper piecing class. You will learn how to paper piece by sewing a simple block from the book "Show Me How to Paper Piece", by Carol Doak, that you will need to purchase separately. . You will be required to bring your sewing machine and have experience using it. This is not a beginner sewing class - its a beginner paper piecing class!

Cost: $ 35.00
Need an original gift for someone or for yourself? I have the answer: A wrapped rope bowl. Come join the fun as we use clothesline rope and fabric to make one of A kind bowls. We will also make a mat that makes a great hot pad. A sewing machine with zigzag capabilities and a few supplies and you can have a mat and bowl by the end of class. These bowls are almost like potato chips: you can?t make just one!

Cost: $ 35.00
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