Monday, March 15, 2021

Beyond the Basics Course Open for Registration -- 15-17 March 2021

 INTERMEDIATE COURSE:

Beyond the Basics - This is an optional class and the first in the intermediate level course series. You MUST have completed the Basic Crazy Quilt Course (BCQC-101) before you can register for this course.


How to Register for the Course:

Send this information to me at shawklclasses@yahoo.com

1) Your First/Last Name

2) Location (State/Country) (I don't need your mail address...just state/country)

3) Your Email (This is where I'll be sending the course handouts/tasks to)

4) Please put your course name in the Email Subject (either BCQC or Beyond the Basics). This will help me to ensure your email is seen amongst all of the daily crap that is received. Thanks!

5) For those of you having taken courses in the past...please note that the above email address for courses/classes is NEW; so add it to your contact list. Thank You.


GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION:

Registration is open on on 15, 16, and 17 March (Central Standard Time). No late registrations will be accepted.

Classes are free, no fees or special purchases are necessary. These classes do require a printer so you can get the patterns/instructions; therefore I do recommend you not use your "iphone" email address but rather a Yahoo, Gmail, AOL, etc email to have your information forwarded to you.

You can find additional information about all of my free courses HERE.


Looking forward to having you in the class!


Friday, March 5, 2021

Open Registration - Styles of Crazy Quilting

  NOTICE: If you have completed the Basic Crazy Quilt Course (BCQC-101) in the past...then, you are eligible to register for this course. It would be helpful to you to also have finished the BCQC-102 and Beyond the Basics Courses...but they are not mandatory requirements.


Styles of Crazy Quilting (Intermediate level)

   Open for Registration 5-7 March 2021


Course Synopsis:

Modern crazy quilting differs from the type of embellishing our great-great-grandmothers did because we have an extensive range of supplies that did not exist in her era. Over time, the Victorian Style of embellishing crazy quilts has given way to inclusion of more dimensional adornments. This course identifies the various styles of embellishing and then concentrates on two most common of these: Victorian and Shabby Chic. The projects for the course will be a cotton Shabby Chic Style purse and a silk Vintage Style crazy quilt block.

(Note: This class is re-designed from portions of the prior ICQC-107 & ICQC-108 courses)


How to Register for the Course:

Send this information to me at shawklclasses@yahoo.com

1) Your First/Last Name

2) Location (State/Country) (I don't need your mail address...just state/country)

3) Your Email (This is where I'll be sending the course handouts/tasks to)

4) Please put the course name in the Email Subject (Styles Course). This will help me to ensure your email is seen amongst all of the daily crap that is received in my inbox. Thanks!

5) For those of you having taken courses in the past...please note that the above email address for courses/classes is NEW; so add it to your contact list. Thank You.


GENERAL INFORMATION:

Registration is open only on 5, 6, and 7 March (Central Standard Time). No late registrations will be accepted.

Classes are free, no fees or special purchases are necessary. These classes do require a laptop & printer so you can get the patterns/instructions downloaded and printed easily. Therefore I do recommend you register if these are not readily available to you. 

FYI: I do not own an "iphone" nor print using a tablet...so can provide zero "technical support" to you if you choose to register using these instruments.

All of my courses are taught via Blogspot (each is a unique private blog for posting photos of your finished homework). So, experience in "blogging" is helpful...but I can walk you though the minimal instructions needed for the course, even if you have never "blogged" before. Just be prepared to be patient...and have a few back/forth emails until we work things out.


You can find additional information about all of my free courses HERE.

Open Registration for BCQC-102, March 5-7

 NOTICE: If you have completed the Basic Crazy Quilt Course (BCQC-101) in the past...then, you are eligible to register for this next course.


Basic Crazy Quilt Course (Part #2) - (BCQC-102)

   Open for Registration 5-7 March 2021


Course Synopsis:
This course builds on the skills and concepts learned in the BCQC-101 module. Rather than a controlled class; this module leads participants through the creation of a block where students have the decision-making authority. The first half of the course is dedicated to "color" and covers all the thinking process that should happen when working with color. The second half of the course is the creation of a crazy quilt block working layer by layer to build the embellishing. This is an optional course. If you are comfortable in your crazy quilting endeavors and understand color selection guidelines; it is fine to skip this course.


How to Register for the Course:

Send this information to me at shawklclasses@yahoo.com

1) Your First/Last Name

2) Location (State/Country) (I don't need your mail address...just state/country)

3) Your Email (This is where I'll be sending the course handouts/tasks to)

4) Please put your course name in the Email Subject (BCQC-102). This will help me to ensure your email is seen amongst all of the daily crap that is received in my inbox. Thanks!

5) For those of you having taken courses in the past...please note that the above email address for courses/classes is NEW; so add it to your contact list. Thank You.


GENERAL INFORMATION:

Registration is open only on 5, 6, and 7 March (Central Standard Time). No late registrations will be accepted.

Classes are free, no fees or special purchases are necessary. These classes do require a laptop & printer so you can get the patterns/instructions downloaded and printed easily. Therefore I do recommend you register if these are not readily available to you. 

FYI: I do not own an "iphone" nor print using a tablet...so can provide zero "technical support" to you if you choose to register using these instruments.

All of my courses are taught via Blogspot (each is a unique private blog for posting photos of your finished homework). So, experience in "blogging" is helpful...but I can walk you though the minimal instructions needed for the course, even if you have never "blogged" before. Just be prepared to be patient...and have a few back/forth emails until we work things out.


You can find additional information about all of my free courses HERE.