Classes

I am teaching 2 classes at the New England Quilt Museum this Fall. Tiny World Pincushions on September 21 and Swaddled Baby on November 2. All the info is here.

If you would like to schedule a class with me in Arlington, let me know when you’d like to do it. I am happy to run a class with a minimum of 4 people.

class details-

The class meets at my house, in the suburbs of Boston. We start around 10am and go until 4 pm. The class should be relaxing and fun!

Please contact me about pricing. You can pay me with Paypal or send me a check. The fee includes everything you need to make the tiny world, except the tea cup. Once I have received your payment, I will send you a pdf of the pattern. There are a few things that you could bring to the class that might be useful- A nice sharp pair of scissors, a fabric marking pen and a small cutting mat to work on. If you have your own favorite embroidery needles or other supplies, you can bring those too.

The class is limited to 8 people. Please email me if you are interested- mimik@pobox.com

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  14. I would love to join a class in Arlington, but live down the Cape so if you ever need an extra person let me know. Thanks!

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