Zoom Class Teacher Sign Up

Our Zoom classes are up and running but guess what we need? YOU!
If you are interested in teaching a class, please reply to this thread with what class you would like to teach.
We will be in contact with you shortly to get all the information and details worked out.

Possible Teachers:
@Edel -print making
@Magpie -scrappy beads
@steiconi -miniature wrought iron bench from hot glue
@MistressJennie -canning
@Harlan - introduction to needle felting
@jemimah - watercolors
@saintcady -exploring laser process
@anna.wahnsinn - beading

Future Classes:
October: no class being held
November: Mistress Jennie-small batch canning
December: Abbeeroad-closeline bracelet

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Iโ€™d be happy to teach a class on printmaking with household supplies. No kits needed.

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Scrappy bead making, hopefully I can get zoom to work! Or there will be a pre-recorded option possible maybee

Ooh, I just went searching for a photo of those beads & found this scrappy snail tutorial I forgot all about!

https://www.craftster.org/blog/tute-tuesday-fabric-snail/

Iโ€™d just need to remember how I made it :thinking:

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We will make it work. :blush:

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Iโ€™d like to teach how to make a miniature wrought iron bench from hot glue.
No kit needed, pattern would be a free download.

Not until at least September, though, and late October would be better.

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In future I could also do an Introduction to Canning with a simple project like small-batch strawberry jam that doesnโ€™t require participants to buy a whole canning pot, and instead uses what they already own.

And I could do a charm bracelet class, again with kits for those who want and need them.

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The wayback machine kept a copy for you (without pictures):
https://web.archive.org/web/20191204123625/https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=456169.0

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Thank you so much for that, you are so great at finding allthethings!
The instructions are pretty much what I thought, just a couple wee details to remember. Iโ€™ll make up a batch as examples, this will be a great scrap buster!

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Glad I could help, I just know how to talk with the internet to get me the stuff Iโ€™m looking for :grin:

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This is a very helpful skill!

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Yay to charm bracelet class!

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Introduction to Needle felting:
:arrow_forward: Discussion of the necessary tools
work surfaces; needles; needle tools; carding brushes; โ€œmoldsโ€ etc.
:arrow_forward: Discussion of fiber which would be mostly limited to the types of fiber commonly available for needle felting (Corriedale & Merino)
:arrow_forward: Discussion of armatures
:arrow_forward: Demonstration of proper needling
:arrow_forward: Blah Blah Blah

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So would you do your classes live or videos? I am really interested in this one and want to get the proper tools. Will a kit be made available?

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I would be happy to do something with watercolours, later in the year.

Iโ€™d want to focus on sharing some easy ideas for ways to play with watercolour and have fun with it. Maybe a little bird picture?

No kit, just using whatever watercolours people already have. I could make suggestions for anyone wanting to get some supplies.

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Iโ€™d sign up for that in a heartbeat!

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Me too!

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Me three!

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Iโ€™d be interested in a watercolor class!

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Iโ€™d also be up for a watercolor class :heart_eyes:

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Yes, please!

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