Spring Fling Sewing Retreat at Carriage CornersJanuary 24, 2017 / byCarolyn (Diary of a Sewing Fanatic) / Categories : Feeds
At the end of my Christmas Vacay post, I mentioned that Gaylen will be sponsoring a Sewing Retreat at Carriage Corners the weekend of March 24-26, 2017. Also that I would be there to work with you on your sewing challenges, developing a TNT, and how to take a pattern and see design changes. Gaylen and I will also help anyone that wants to take a full set of measurements using Cynthia Guffy's chart.
Some information about the weekend ~
Friday, March 24th ~
Arrive by 10am. Then there will be a shopping trip to Fabric Mart where Gaylen will provide transportation so that we can travel as a group. Lunch at a local restaurant. Back to the Inn to set up your sewing area and a wine & cheese get together at the local yarn shop. Dinner on your own and free sewing time after that.
Saturday, March 25th ~
Sew all day - lunch and dinner provided
Sunday, March 26th ~
Check out of your room by 11am but sew until 5pm.
For the particulars on how to register for the weekend, costs and additional information, it's available on Gaylen's blog.
I hope you'll come out and spend the weekend sewing with us! I'd love to meet everyone and spend some quality time shopping at Fabric Mart with you!
...as always more later!
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