Easy Stripes Mug Rug and Cup Cozy

This is a perfect way to keep your cuppa hot and give it a pretty place to rest while you eat your favorite snack. This mug rug and cozy set also makes a great gift – pair it up with their favorite drink, a fun spoon, and don’t forget the cookies!  Let’s add a little something special – decorative stitches to this fun project.  

June 18, 2021 – 3:00pm
Room: 4
Fee: $75

Student Capacity: 20

Benefits of Class:

  • Learn easy, accurate, quick fun strip piecing.
  • Learn and experience decorative stitching fun. We will explore how to embellish what may appear to be plain strips of fabric with either free-motion quilting (FMQ) using the BERNINA Stitch Regulator (BSR) or a few of the hundreds of decorative stitches on the class machines OR we can first FMQ and then really go wild with additional decorative stitching.
  • There is a button on the cup cozy, and of course you could stitch the button on by hand. I will show you how to sew a button on by machine.

Participant needs to bring:

  1. Basic sewing supplies
  2. Hand sewing needle
  3. Rotary cutter
  4. Rulers 6”x12”
  5. Venitta will have a supply of threads in all colors including variegated threads to class use.

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


Class Registration $75
Available Tickets: 17
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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.