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Class Refund and Cancellation Policy


Refunds are structured as follows:

  • Online 100% refunds available until February 25, 2024.

  • Online 50% refunds available February 25-March 15, 2024.

  • Online 25% refunds available March 15-22, 2024

  • After March 22, 2024 classes are non-refundable.

  • Refunds for medical/family emergencies will be handled on an individual basis. Please contact us directly to request a medical refund.

  • Refunds for serious dissatisfaction with your class will be considered only for a class that has produced multiple complaints. Requests for a refund must be received in writing at the show, within two hours of the conclusion of a morning class or by the next morning for afternoon/evening classes. Requests must be received via email or by speaking directly with the show coordinator at the information desk. Refunds for dissatisfaction will only be considered if multiple complaints are received. The percentage of refund will be at the discretion of show management.

  • If canceling your entire enrollment, at any point, the $10 enrollment fee is non-refundable.

  • If the instructor or show management must cancel a class, a full refund will be given to the student. 

  • In the event of a cancellation due to events out of the control of show management, such as natural disaster, a full refund, minus the $5 processing fee, will be issued. We apologize for this policy, but we are not a for-profit show and cannot absorb credit card fees for cancellations outside of our control. 

  • Kit fees and class materials are not handled by show management. If the student cancels their class, or if the class is cancelled by instructor/management- after purchasing a kit or materials you must contact the instructor/ retailer yourself to see what their return policies are. 


None of our classes are allowing for same day- onsite- registration. Online registration will close Monday April 8th, 2024.   


  • You will receive many emails leading up to your class from both the show and the instructor. Please be sure to provide an email address you check frequently. We will NOT sell your name or contact info and we will not use it for any purpose other than communicating with you about your class.

  • Please arrive to your class thirty minutes prior to class starting. Please be respectful of the space and your classmates belongings. Please do not bring food into the classroom. Any drinks must be in closed containers and not in the working space. 

  • All classes and lectures are located at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center. This is the same building as the quilt show and vendor mall. The classrooms are in separate rooms in the building. There will be signage pointing you to your room. 

  • All kit fees are being offered with a "prepay" option when you buy your ticket or as a "class ticket only" option where you pay for your kit in class with cash or check. If paying by cash or check you will pay it directly to the instructor the day of class. If a kit is NOT optional, it has been added to the ticket price at checkout. 

  • After registering you will receive a "ticket" emailed to you with a unique code. Please bring this to class, either printed or on your mobile device. That will show the instructor that you have registered and paid.

  • It is the responsibility of the student to bring all supplies and materials listed in the class materials list. We have over 50 vendors and if you forget something there is a good chance you can buy it at the show!

  • Please ask your instructor for permission to take any photos in class.

  • Half day classes are 3-4 hours and will not have any scheduled breaks. Full day classes are 6 hours and will have a scheduled one hour lunch. The Expo Center has food concessions in the main hall. 

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