It has been over a year and a half since I travelled to teach and I’m finally going to get back out there. Later this month I am going to go to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to teach two one-day classes about my favorite subject – presser feet! I’ll be teaching at Heirloom Creations, owned by great friends of mine, Sara Snuggerud and her husband, Steve.
If you know sewingmastery.com, then you know Sara. She has thousands of videos all about sewing machines. Check out the list of BERNINA, Bernette, Pfaff, Viking, and Singer machines to see if she has filmed your model. If she has, it is worth the time to watch them – you’ll learn a lot about your machine!
While you are at sewingmastery.com, look at Sara’s courses. She has a Stitching Cosmos course that is brand-specific to several machines. This course is designed to help you learn more about your machine and the accessories that go with it.
If you are going to be in or around Sioux Falls, join us on September 23 and/or 24 for lots of info and lots of fun learning about presser feet and sewing techniques. And it will be in a brand new 4000 square feet Event Center that Steve and Sara have been planning/building since before we all had to stay home. We’ll have lots of space to spread out and sew all day long. Below are the two classes I am teaching.
Vintage Technique Tags
Learn new techniques using specialty presser feet, creating beautiful vintage-looking tags, each one a work of art. Spend a day with us having fun crafting and combining sewing with art and scrapbook techniques to create a unique and beautiful reference tag file. The kit includes tags with the ring, threads, fabrics, batting, and stabilizers as needed for techniques plus assorted trims, lace, buttons, charms, decorative papers, etc.
One of the most satisfying things about sewing is that you can use your own creative juices to make every project unique. Join us for a day of creativity and fun as we learn 20+ embellishment techniques using 9 specialty presser feet. Learn to add color, create texture, and join fabrics in decorative ways as we explore these creative and easy techniques. The kit includes all fabrics, threads, batting, and stabilizers as needed for techniques plus assorted notions such as buttons, charms, ribbons, cords, etc.