I am having a Snowman Scarf Class in my home on Saturday, August 26 at 10 am. If you live in the surrounding Charlotte, NC area and would like to attend please send your class fee of $15.00 to my paypal address email@example.com
I have only 4 spaces left and so first to pay gets one of those spaces after which the class will be full. It will be a 2 hour class and we will learn the basics of casting on and starting this cute scarf. Included in the class fee is the pattern. Once I receive your monies I will email you the pattern and instructions for the class. So, please be sure to include your email, full name and phone number in the note section of the paypal send money form.
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And, if you know any designer who sells their patterns online please send them this post! ~Thanks~
Here are some photo's of my new sewing room! My daughter moved to Florida last week and I am making her old room my new sewing room. I am not completly done yet, but this is my progress thus far. My old sewing room will become my exercise/guest bedroom.
It is hard to tell from the photo's, but she and I tore up brown paper bags and applied them to the walls. I then took some flat gold paint and sponged it on the walls. Next I sponged on top of that, some tan glaze. I want to get my husband to add crown moulding around the top of the room at the ceiling next. I also still need to add shelving to both of the closets. This will make it easier to store all of my yarn and fabric and other crafting items.