The other day while I was snooping around on facebook, I found something else that looked pretty neat.
It seems Creative Corner on Broadway held a camera class. Here's a picture of the participants taking their pictures.
I'm not sure if Creative Corner on Broadway is having another camera class in the near future, but I think I'd better head down there to check it out. You might want to stop by, too. I've heard there is all kinds of fun holiday items to make your scrapbook (or crafting) extra festive.
The other day, this email popped into my email inbox:
...wanted to let you know that the next Art/Music Event at Pour Jon's is on November 19th at 6pm. We hold one every month, always on Saturday evenings. Anyone who wants to can take the stage to sing or play an instrument, while artists sit around and do their thing. We have teens who weave bracelets, ladies who knit, and college kids who do graphic design. My sisters and I all draw and paint. A little something for everyone. --Wendy
Let me tell you, that little email got my attention! I decided to do some snooping around. Here's what I found over on facebook:
Doesn't the Art/Music Event at Pour Jon's look like the perfect place to get those creative juices flowing? Music, coffee, pencils...
This is a guest post from my good friend Joy. Welcome, Joy! Thanks for the post.
friends! For the past couple years, I’ve been learning how to quilt.
A lot of my inspiration comes from beautiful quilting blogs, but many of my
skills have come from our local quilt shop.
started by taking an appliqué class. My mother-in-law fell in love
with these Swedish folk art designs. As a thank-you for all the fabric
and buttons she had passed on to me, I wanted to make her a table
runner. However, the class was going to sew a cat—a cat! Anyone who
knows me well knows I am NOT an animal person. I sheepishly asked if I
could bring my own pattern. Of course you can. Perfect.
I did a tester piece for the class which is going to become a round pillow once I learn the best method to insert a zipper.
The finished gift!
class was so fun! I felt like I was in kindergarten playing with glue
and scissors. The class ran from 10 am – 3 pm. Pam taught the class,
and Cliff cooked all of the class participants lunch. All for the low price of $30, complete with
homemade dessert from Cliff's Tea Room cookbook!
Sager Creek Quilts and Yarnworks has lots of classes. Check out their website www.sagercreekquilts.com
for other classes offered this fall. (Call 524-5244 or stop by for what you need to bring with you.) Be on the lookout for a post
about the Beginning Quiltmaking class offered at the end of the month.
I use the same pattern but turn it on its side, thanks to Karyn’s