Ok, so I have been a bit slack on the information relay. Sorry. I have some great teaching booked in for the first half of the year and beyond:
Wednesday April 4th (school holidays)
I’ll be teaching a beginners class for Sally at Mill rose cottage in Ballan. This would be a great class for someone who has never made toys before. Young people are most welcome with their parent and we will make the toy together. Teaching (and learning ) at Mill rose cottage is always a treat I promise you.
Saturday 21st April
I’ll be teaching Baxter at The Drapers of Mt Macedon – Can’t wait. A day with Mary is good for the soul. I’m looking forward to catching up with some local friends while I am there. (waving at kylie) This class would also be fine for a beginner. Baxter is not a complicated fellow to assemble, we just have to grit our teeth as that fur sheds all over us !
Saturday 19th May
I’ll be teaching the Three little maids locally at Ballarat Patchwork. Its always a great day, and for me its kind of like a second home. The day is always very relaxed and if you’re lucky I might forget something and you’ll get to meet the grumpy teenager as I ask him to just quickly hop on his skateboard and deliver me a fox toy or a pair of haemostats. (truly he loves it)
Later in the year I will be squeezing in the Daylesford Craft Experience and am very excited to say I’ll be hanging with Leanne Beasley and Rosalie Quinlan at the Quilters Harvest Days in Warracknabeal.
If you are unsure about anything to do with the classes or you would like to join in you can contact the shops or email me with questions.
Right now one must get out of the pyjamas and into the sewing room. One has many ideas brewing. One is losing sleep. One’s head is very very close to exploding.