The sewing machines and overlocker will be in great demand.
Don't they look great!
The classes at Café Crème kicked off with my Tote Bag. It looks stunning when done, but is easy to make.
Although only three in the class, we had a great time. One student I already knew and hopefully I made a good impression on the two newbies.
One of them used one of the social sewing machines and (I think) really enjoyed her self. They didn’t quite finish them in time, but that was my fault as the kit had a piece missing. But to make up for it I have invited them to Tuesday night (for free) to finish it off.
Just love the fairy lights. Karen's coffee and cake also went down very well.
Next class at Cafe Creme is on 22nd March and will be Beginners Patchwork.
I’m back now from my winter hols and getting ready for the workshops at Café Crème.
Before going off I made sure I had got myself in front and I certainly have. I’m actually can’t think of what to do this afternoon!
Hubby and I went to the café to have lunch today and check on the numbers and what time they wanted me there. On the side was this month’s copy of the Penistone Pastimes and a lovely article about me and the special sewing machines: