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« on: March 10, 2004 07:50:35 AM »

Date To Be Announced
Crowne Plaza
Atlanta Perimeter NW
6345 Powers Ferry Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30339

Are you a sewing, quilting, or embroidery retailer?
Do you teach sewing, quilting or embroidery in stores, schools, etc?
Are you interested learning more about teaching sewing?
Then attend this event where you’ll find EXCLUSIVE classes that are not being taught anywhere else!

This event is your opportunity to receive quality education on sewing, quilting and embroidery products, services and techniques directly from the manufacturers, designers and companies who produce these products.

Training Tomorrow's Teachers is a 3-day workshop specifically for those who teach sewing, quilting and embroidery. You'll receive detailed information on industry products and services directly from company educators, as well as enjoy a host of general interest classes on subjects like pricing your services, teaching techniques, writing exciting class copy, etc. On the last day, we'll also offer a manufacturer marketplace.

We've got a terrific line-up of companies, instructors and classes to assist you in becoming more knowledgeable about products and techniques for sewing, quilting and embroidery -- as well as teaching -- to your fullest potential. You'll go back to your home town with innovative class ideas, new product knowledge, and improved skills to educate and inspire your students and customers. (Please note that this is not a consumer event -- it is designed exclusively for those individuals involved in teaching sewing). This is one program you won't want to miss!

For more information, please write to us or call us at 888-532-4682.


« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2004 09:52:19 AM »

Are there any teachers out there who would be willing to do private or semi-private instruction?  I've had my sewing machince since Christmas 2002, but can't find classes that accomadate my schedule.  I can't even remember how thread my bobbin anymore . . .

I can't afford to pay too much, but maybe if we got a couple of people it would be worth it.
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« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2004 10:53:06 AM »

i do believe me and susan (reelretrogrrl) could also benefit from this type of instruction!

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