Sewing for Your Home E-Course Now Registering!

Hooray!!  It’s time to get ready for the Sewing for Your Home e-course!!  I am super excited about this class–not least of which because it has given me an excuse to sew a whole bundle of lovely things for my new home. This has been one of the most-requested topics from my students, and I have had SUCH a good time planning it all out for you!  The class includes piles of video, PDFs to download and reference later, lots and lots of photos and staging and styling ideas, plenty of linky deliciousness to inspire you as you sew for your home, and as much step-by-step guidance as I can squeeze into five weeks of instruction.

I’ll be sharing sneak previews of some of the projects that I’ll be teaching in this e-course over the next two weeks leading up to the start of class–including a duvet with ruffle embellishment, some really lovely table settings, and a bed skirt that I have had in my dreams for well over a year.  Get more information on the e-course here, and register soon!  I’m limiting enrollment on this class to make sure that all my students have the chance to get individual feedback and lots of loving hand-holding throughout the course–I don’t want you to miss out!

There is no feeling to compare to coming home to a place that is a unique reflection of who you are.  It fills you with a sense of contentment and satisfaction that is hard to beat.  We’ve had three homes in the past year, and it’s been tough to adjust to each one–but knowing that I could sit down at my sewing machine and make something that would put my stamp on that house, would make it home for me and my family, was a tremendous gift in the midst of a lot of change.  I’d love nothing more than for you to take those same skills and confidence away from this e-course and use them to create your own haven in your home.  Register here and I’ll look forward to having you in the class on April 23!

7 Comments on “Sewing for Your Home E-Course Now Registering!

  1. I just want to say how much I enjoyed the time I spent in your shop and I love looking at the fabric I brought home to Alberta. I’m excited about making my summer jumper with two of them. Maybe I’ll just look at the rest ;0)

    I’ve forgotten her name but your clerk on March 27th in the morning was soooo nice and helpful. She spent so much time with me helping to co-ordinate colours and fabrics and even ideas for what I could do with them! Even the other shoppers were nice!

    I was thrilled with the weather in Atlanta as I went back to cold and then it had the gall to snow again! Your fabric brings back the feeling of the hot/warm sun on my face.

    Thanks so much for having your shop in Atlanta and I was a wee disappointed at missing you but all is well…I have great new fabric now!

    Libby in Calgary, AB

    • Oh, Libby, this comment made my day!! I am genuinely delighted that you came all this way and that you enjoyed your time in the shop. Every one of our ladies is a joy to be around, and I’m just disappointed I missed seeing you while you were there! Please do come back soon and let us know you’ll be in–we’ll be there waiting for you! :)

    • Hooray!! I’m pretty excited, too–the “before” and “after” photos are always my favorite part. :)

  2. I’m really looking forward to this class. Do us pre-registered folks need to do anything? Plus, when can we look forward to getting a supply list? THANKS!

    • You don’t need to do anything! Just keep your eyes peeled for a supplies list and welcome letter in your email inbox tomorrow. Super glad you’re going to be part of this one, Debbie! :)

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