Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Momma Sewing Lab - Starts back up on Monday
Mommy Sewing Lab is back for another year and this time there are two options for class. We'll be holding the class on both Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-3:30pm and we'll be starting up class again on Monday September 12th.
This class started out as a sewing class option for those that have small infants at home who want to get out and do something fun and crafty during the day. The idea is that you can bring you child (under a year) and work on kid-friendly projects.
But last year, our first year holding the class, we also saw a number of people who didn't fit into this description. While we had plenty of creative mommies and adorable babies, BUT we also saw stay at home moms who could find temporary child care for their older kids in order to come to class, pregnant women, as well as childless folk who work from home or at night and found the daytime class convenient for your schedule. We haven't had any Daddies so far, but would love that!
So please know that even though we started the class with the mommy & baby idea in mind, it's not required that you tote a baby to class. It's also not required that you work on sewing projects for kids. Nor is it required that you are female.
If you have classes left on your card from last year, we will of course honor them. We'll be very excited to have you back. And if you have a friend that is interested, let them know, as usual the first class is free and then if you decide to buy a package of 6 classes for $120, the supplies for your free class are free as well. And please note, the supplies (within reason) for the classes on you 6 pack class card are complimentary. If you decide you don't want to commit to a series of classes (they last 3 months) you can opt for the drop in rate of $25 per class. This price also includes supplies (again, within reason).
We're so looking forward to class starting back up on Monday. Please spread the word. And don't forget you can start anytime. All sewing skills levels are welcome because everyone works at their own pace and on the projects that interest them most. If there is something you are dying to learn how to make, bring the directions and/or supplies to class and we can try to tackle it.