Now that we are crawling out of the hole of COVID and 2020, we are trying to resume some semblance of normalcy. However, one positive outcome of COVID has been in being more creative in how we conduct business. COVID ramped up our efforts in getting our website up and running. We launched our online shop in August 2020. Now almost a year later, we have a growing following and active online sales. We strive to have our website not only be your online source for your quilting, sewing, and machine embroidery supplies, but we also want to be a place for you to get to know who we are. Be sure to watch our videos or read our articles.
Additionally, all of our classes are open to both classroom and Zoom attendance. If you are unable to join us in the classroom or if the classroom has reached its maximum capacity, you can still join us remotely. We have put a lot of time and attention into making our Zoom attendees have a great experience. Zoom classes are challenging but we are doing everything possible (and improving all the time) to make our attendees get the most out of the class as the participants in class. We are working on making it possible to register for classes online, but in the meantime, feel free to call or email us so we can get you set up. Our classes are listed in our calendars and all supply lists can be accessed on our website too.
To highlight just a few....
Our Dream Machine and Luminaire Techniques classes are also available to the equivalent Baby Lock machines. If you have a Destiny or Solaris, please join us. Our goals with this series of classes are 1) to explore the features and capabilities of these awesome machines and 2) to apply a feature or capability to a fun project. Other online machine embroidery techniques classes are available, but ours will take you through things step-by-step as you are using what you are learning in a project. We don't just demo the technique. In May, we will be embroidering on baseball caps.
Do you have a serger? How long has it been since your serger has seen daylight? Teresa has a great series of classes that teach you how to use your serger to make lovely gift or home décor items. Sergers are not just functional, they are decorative too.
If you are interested in learning to sew or improving your sewing skills, we have lots of upcoming classes in sewing, including a ruler bag, handbag, garments, home décor items, etc. Keep watch for some great ones coming in May and June.
Whether in the classroom or at home, we hope to see you in our upcoming classes.