Well I am going to be dropping a class (during drop week) and have narrowed my new corse selection down to two.
- students will learn a variety of craft skills that are subject to change with trends. Current projects include counted cross-stich wall hangings, potpourri pies, strip quilted cats, padded photo frames/albums, pillows, muslin snowmen, and papertwist angels. Optional projects include stenciling, wood painting and finishing, and many holiday gifts and decorations. Students each complete a major craft project which is worked on a weekly basis throughout the semister.
B)Crafts as a buisness
- This course offers and oppertunity to use your craft skills with an enterpreprenerial flair. Craft projects requiring a variety of skills and techniques will be completed as determined by students and instructor. The "twist" to this corse is that students will set ip and run a "craft community" within the class, including the planning, producing, and profitable selling of handmade crafts. Students will learn many hands-on craft skills as well as employability skills.
I am torn between the two
, any sugesstions or comments