We offer events and classes in an array of settings, styles, and programs to meet the needs of the shop and customers or a guild and members.
The goal for shops is a well-designed event or class that promotes the sales of machines, accessories, and products while presenting and teaching techniques, tips, and tricks that inspire creativity.
The goal for guilds is to share a passion of creativity and knowledge of techniques, tips, and tricks that inspire the inner artist to shine.
Michelle was bitten by the crafting bug at a very early age. As soon as she could reach the foot controller and fabric while sitting at a domestic machine, she inherited her mother’s Singer Touch & Sew. From that point forward, Michelle enjoyed designing doll clothes, altering garment patterns into costumes, and creating clothing for her friends.
After college, Michelle began teaching HS Math but quickly found that she longed to continue sharing her love of creating, so she opened a side business as a freelance sewing, embroidery, and crafting educator.
Today, Michelle devotes one hundred percent of her time to her work as a freelance sewing and embroidery educator and consultant. She deeply enjoys teaching techniques, and skills while encouraging everyone to find their inner crafting bug.
Lisa has been sewing most of her life, taught by her mother this was a passion they shared and spent many happy hours sharing their interests. In the last 10 years she has focused her energy on sewing education sharing that passion with her students.
She enjoys machine embroidery, quilting, garment construction all things creative. With proficiencies with Baby Lock machines and the full line of Baby Lock sergers.
The most important thing is that there is not just one correct way of doing things. Be open and humble to listen to your students – they all bring amazing perspective to the table if you listen.