ZOOM WORKSHOPS AND FEES:
I offer my Zoom workshops as two separate 3 hour meetings. Dividing the workshop into several meetings provides focused time to learn the techniques and discuss how the design elements in printed fabrics visually impact a quilt. The time between meeting is particularly helpful in allowing everyone the opportunity to work at their own pace. The live Zoom meetings provide everyone ample time to ask questions about their individual projects.
Meeting 1: (3 hours): I demonstrate the steps for making the Freezer Paper Template copy of a pattern and offer tips for tracing and labeling them. Quilters can work along with me if they wish. I also talk about the design elements of my patterns as well as fabric selections in this meeting.
Between Meeting 1 and Meeting 2 quilters will complete the freezer paper copy and pull fabrics for that project.
Meeting 2: (3 hours): Everyone works along as I offer tricks and tips for working with the freezer paper templates. I offer suggestions about fabric selections to each participant. I also do several demonstrations during this session and discuss how the patterns will sew together.
We can schedule meeting 1 and meeting 2 for the workshop on the same day (morning and afternoon) if you’d like. Many Guilds like to schedule them on two consecutive days to give everyone enough time to work in-between meetings.
FEES: Fee for a Zoom workshop is $65 per person with a minimum enrollment of 10 individuals. Each participant also purchases a pattern for the workshop (cost of the pattern is not included in the workshop fee). A workshop for fewer than 10 individuals can be scheduled, but the minimum class fee of $650 ($65 per person x 10 individuals) still applies. Maximum enrollment for a Zoom workshop is 20. If there is a lot of interest, we can schedule multiple workshops over a couple of days. It’s even possible to offer different workshops if enough folks enroll. I like this flexibility.