Checklist for Scheduling Teachers and Workshops

May 11, 2017   /   byJanet M Perry  / Categories :  Feeds

If we are active in a guild, have a stitching group, or work in a shop we may find ourselves needing to schedule a class or workshop. Once it’s scheduled we have to set up for it. I found this helpful checklist in a magazine for knotters and adapted ot to share with you. Plan […]

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