Ruler Work with Tote Bag

As the weather warms, trade in your leather tote for this charming, quilted version. In this class you will  not only learn how to make a tote bag, but also learn and practice a variety of simple ruler work  techniques. These techniques can be applied to a variety of projects, from quilts to table runners to  makeup bags.  

June 19, 2021 – 9:00am
Room: 6
Fee: $79

Student Capacity: 24

Supply List: You Do not Need to Bring A Thing! Just Show Up and Have Fun! 



Class Registration $79
Available Tickets: 22
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Sam Fung


Sam Fung

Sam has been with Janome for nine years but he has been sewing for the past thirty-nine. Prior to joining Janome, Sam had his own custom sewing business in Texas where he designed and made wedding gowns, bridesmaids dresses, home décor, costumes, hats and pretty much anything that can be sewn. He has taught sewing to both children and adults - from beginning to advanced techniques. He also spends time volunteering in the summer, teaching Girls Scout troops sewing so they can earn their Textile Badge. Sam loves all sewing related gadgets and probably has every notion ever made, some still in their original packaging. When Sam is teaching a class or talking to fellow sewists, it is evident that he is passionate about sewing and teaching it to others.