Alternatively Bound and Stitched in Long Beach

There are always a few things I learn teaching a new class, like if I’ve forgotten to put something on the supply list or how long will it take students to go through each part of the class within the 6 hour time frame.

With sewing machine based classes at conventions, it always takes a little extra time as well when students are working on machines they’re unfamiliar with, that said the Bernina 550’s were a dream to work on and everyone got the hang of them pretty quickly.

The main thing I learned was making quilted samples as big as 12″ x 12″ were a little too big to finish before lunch. Luckily we had a 2 hour lunch break and since the show hadn’t opened yet, students could take the extra time to finish.

Everyone did a wonderful job with the three different binding techniques in the afternoon.

From now on I’ll have students precut fabric and batting and work on smaller samples in the morning and the timing should work out just right.

One Response to “Alternatively Bound and Stitched in Long Beach”

  1. 2ne says:

    Looks like a great time 🙂

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