Tuesday, August 12, 2008

We're going to press...

Its official! I am now a professional quilt instructor! (?!?!) The catalog for our local Parks & Recreation Deptartment goes to print tomorrow morning. I just got an email with the final class descriptions for my approval: (what do you think, should I ok them?!?)


Tween the Stitches 1 class
Jessica Mauk. Students age 9-15 will learn basic sewing skills while making your very own one-of-a-kind pillowcase! Students will need to bring a sewing machine (if you don’t have one, please contact the instructor so alternate arrangements can be made), 1 yard of 100% cotton fabric (regular cotton or flannel works best) for the body of the pillowcase, 1/2 yard of a fun coordinating fabric for the cuff and 1/4 yard of an accent fabric as well as a spool of thread in a coordinating color. This class will cover the basics of measuring and cutting fabric, pinning the fabric in place and then sewing it all together. Recreation Center.
Mon Nov 10 9:30a-12:30p $20
Sat Nov 22 9:30a-12:30p $20
Thurs Dec 4 5-8p $20

Beginning Quilting
Jessica Mauk. Learn the basics of quilting in two six-hour classes. This class will cover everything you need to know from threading your machine, cutting your fabric and sewing it all back together. We will be making a beautiful wall hanging to display in your home or to give as a gift. Please bring a lunch and your own sewing machine. A supply fee of $30 is due payable to the instructor at class. Recreation Center.
Sat Oct 18 & 25 9a-3p $72
Sat Feb 21 & 28 9a-3p $72

4 comments:

Mary said...

Impressive, I've taught family members to quilt but haven't ever taught a formal class.

Ruthie said...

Good luck on your upcoming classes. Teaching children that aren't your own is so much fun. I taught cake decorating to 4-H kids a few years ago and really enjoyed it.
PS- I finally got the pillowcase fabrics in the mail today.

quiltsbykathie said...

Best of luck on your classes, way cool you are helping others learn to sew.

Sarah and Jack said...

That is awesome!