Friday, December 16, 2016

Classes for next year...

Hello and Happy Holidays to everyone! I've recently had a couple of queries about the classes for next year, so thought I would do a quick post.
At present, I'm "chilling out" and reading....not much sewing...but some baking. Just enjoying some down time here at the end of a hectic year.
But, I do plan on having classes next year...just have not gotten around to doing a calendar yet. Will think about that after Christmas. The first classes will be mid to late you will have time to sign up and get your supplies before they begin.
So, no worries...keep watching the blog for the updated Calendar 2017 classes. Hope all have a Merry Christmas...and praying for great health and happines in this upcoming new year!
Blogger has changed their platform, and it is making it a bit tedious to keep up with the number of open class blogs at the moment. So, one change for sure will be that the blogs still open at the end of December...and that opened prior to October...will be closed down. I've got to reduce the number of open blogs and still need to make room for the new ones coming, if you are working along on your tasks...please try to finish up soon if you are in a Jan-Sep 2016 course. Thanks!


Christine B said...

Glad you are enjoying some 'down' time and I wish you a very Merry Christmas! Hugs Christine x

Createology said...

Merry Christmas Kathy Dear. You are very smart to be taking time to recharge you. XO

Eileen said...

Hi Kathy! Have a wonderful holiday! Care to share what you're reading? I'm going to keep on signing up for the basic course until I can finish it!! lol

Renee said...

Merry Christmas, Kathy!

Oops... Thanks for the reminder. I keep forgetting I need to dye one orchid to finish my course - if the class blog is finished, I'll still share it on my blog and refer others here. :)

The new format does make managing multiple blogs trickier.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Merry Christmas wishes to you Kathy - and to your family. May it be filled with love and laughter (and maybe just a teeny bit of good food too!).