Meet Me In Atlanta!
I’ll be teaching heirloom sewing, cosplay, and MORE!
I’m super stoked to be in Atlanta next week! My classes are on March 8 & 9. Here’s the rundown of what you can learn!
-Time Management Strategies for the Busy Stitcher
-Vintage Inspired Hand Smocked Pincushion (hands on!)
-Fabulous Fabric Manipulations
-Working with Unusual Fabrics for Cosplay
-Intro to eTextiles: Light up your projects! (Hands on!)
There’s still time to sign up and there’s tons of other classes and vendors to visit while you are there. Click here for more info!
I’ve been feverishly working on all sorts of stuff for you guys, but a couple of the things I’m most proud of are to add to my now EIGHT year old eTextiles business and a new Sewing Skull item.
First off, there’s so much added to the eTextile (that’s the light-up stuff I sell) line that you need to just go over to the shop and check it out. I’ve added SENSORS! YAY!! These are fun and easy to do, and really super fun if you have some younger folks who want to light up a sewing project.
Check them all out HERE!
Lastly, I have added a new vinyl sticker to the mix in BLACK. A friend who had a white vehicle wanted one on her car, so I have a few in black for you to try out. Plus, get the last of the color shirts for a while, as I’m discontinuing the colors! Check out the sewing skull shop here!
If you own an art business, then I would love for you to take a look a the art business webinars I have available from The Quilting Company!
The first one is Better Social Media in 15 Minutes a Day! This is the same seminar I gave at Quilt Market for many years. It’s how you too can tackle all of your Social Media Marketing in only 15 minutes a day. Trust me when I say that this is how I get all of my Social Media done, developed when I had a full time career.
If you are looking to rebrand, or establish a new brand identity in 2018, then my Building up Your Branding Webinar is for you! Learn how I established my brand, and how you can develop one for yourself too. Learn to leverage your brand across all of your Social Media platforms. This is how major brands do it, and you can too, no matter how big or small your organization!
Lastly, learning to get your art business off the ground can be a daunting task. Learn a ton of revenue stream ideas, how your business should be formed, and how to make your customers love you! If you’re just starting out, this is a great option!
On Christmas, my dad gave me a rather large shirt box that was pretty heavy for it’s size. Inside, he tricked me, as the gift was a gift card to the book store. But the thing that made the box heavy?
Dad found this hooked rug in the garage and used it to make the box heavy. But I had to ask where he got it? “Oh”, he says, “I made that.” WAIT WHAT?
Yup. Apparently Dad was into rug hooking in the 70s! It’s a kit he said he made with my mom.
Because it lived in the garage I had to give it a good wash, but it came out great! Now I just need to figure out where to hang it. Who knew? Dad was a fiber artist!
I have finally set the video studio right after the big clean up and the massive messes left behind from Houston Quilt Market. That feels like a million years ago. (It was late October.)
Anyway I cleaned up and also put the lights back together and realized I never opened my swag bag from the show. So I did that tonight on the Facebook live video. Click here for my Facebook page to see it.
My friend Amy watched it and blogged about it here!
I’m waiting for something cool to dry before I show it to you but I promise it’s awesome. Well, it’s awesome to me…