Roughly ... left my room at 7:15, got to class room at 7:30, set everything up, taught from 9 - 5:30 with a break to check with the tech people that the projector I would be using for the rest of my classes was compatible with my computer. From 6 to 7:30 fit models for the Simplicity Fashion show for the following day. THEN when back to Simplicity's booth to fix a few things, headed off to Joann's for supplies for a couple costume and garment repairs. Dinner from 9 - 10:30 (WAY later than I like to eat). In my room from 10:30 to midnight ironing and repairing clothes for the fashion show ... phew. But, I had fun!
I set up some examples of upscaled/repurposed sweaters I've made to get imaginations going.
I provided trims, ribbons, buttons, odds and ends of lace and sweater scraps for people to use.
The Jamome people were so great getting the machines set up and stopping by a few times during the class to make sure everything was working well.
I'm going to see if I can get my hands on those photos and post some. I wasn't able to get good photos of the completed sweaters myself ... sigh.
So, it was a pretty successful class and I'm told more people want to take it next year.
And so I say again ...