For years I have traveled to quilt guilds, fabric shops, and art centers to teach classes. As grateful as I am for the opportunity to connect with other fiber artists, I’ve had the dream of someday opening my own teaching studio. It looks like the stars have aligned and the time is now!
I have leased a commercial location in Oxford, CT. In the coming weeks and months, we (including generous family and friends) will transform a former office space into a functional and welcoming fiber art studio and classroom. By late summer, I will be offering workshops and activities such as:
* Start to finish quilt projects
* Free-motion quilting workshops
* Fabric collage workshops
* Unstructured maker space
* Studio Away from Home
I know it’s been a strange couple of years, with many of us working in isolation. This will be an opportunity to meet in person again, collaborate with fellow artists, and work on projects together.
Regarding pandemic policies: I will be following all Connecticut and CDC guidelines for everyone’s health and safety. Class size will be between 3 and 8 students at a time.
If you or a friend have an interest in any of these classes or workshops, please let me know and I will keep you informed as the plan develops. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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