Clothesline Bowl

If you have always wanted to “make a clothesline bowl”, here is your opportunity.  This is a fun, easy, and relaxing class with big impact. Think of all the places throughout your home that could use a catch-all – from fine jewelry to your wonder clips, by your front door to catch keys and loose change, or for your décor. These make great gifts for family and friends. 

June 19, 2021 – 12:30pm
Room: 4
Fee: $60

Student Capacity: 20

Benefits of Class:

  • Learn and master a popular technique – sewing with clothesline. 
  • Learn how to make handles for this home décor item.
  • Learn how to use fabric to cover the clothesline to add another dimension of color to the bowl.
  • Learn techniques to make several different shapes will be explained along with several edge finishes.

Participant needs to bring:

  1. Cotton clothesline – You will need 100 feet to make one basket. It is always better to have too much clothesline than too little.
  2. Fabric Scissors and thread snips
  3. Flexible Tape Measure – to measure around the bowl; no metal tape measure
  4. 5 long straight pins
  5. 5 wonder clips (small)

Ironing stations and cutting stations will be provided in the classroom. 


Class Registration $60
Available Tickets: 19
The Class Registration ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.


Venitta McCall


Venitta McCall

Venitta McCall is an Independent Contractor for BERNINA and a member of their Event Team. With over 40 years as a university professor and administrator, Venitta’s passion is teaching! She has enjoyed traveling and working with BERNINA dealers and their customers for over 20 years and she has worked extensively with all BERNINA software products, machine embroidery, quilting, sewing, and stitch manipulation techniques. She is an accredited Jenny Haskins Tutor and a certified Hoopsisters™ instructor. For Venitta, the joy of sewing and especially with quilting is in the process and the learning that comes from sharing tips, techniques, new ways of stitching and rethinking what was done in the past and what now can be accomplished with the current technology available for machine work.