Ok, I take it back. I said I would never teach online, but there are so many people who have emailed me to ask whether I gave online classes that I began to think about it. And then I stopped thinking about it --until The Fiber Art Connection approached me with their teaching model.
I found it so exciting that I said "yes." It's not cookie-cutter (if you know me, you understand I don't follow rules very happily - LOL). There are eight different fiber artists, all teaching something different -- each of us in our own style. So you get to take eight classes for ten weeks, and along the way, discoveries, interactive sessions, community, connections, and personal interactions. It'll be the closest thing to being in the classroom and we are all very pumped about this different way of teaching!
Once you enroll, you'll be notified when each teacher's class begins and the classrooms are open to you indefinitely. If you don't have time just then, you can take the classes when it's convenient -- and go back as many times as you want to. All the class materials - handouts, recordings, videos -- stay there so you can always access them.
So...I've been sewing, making videos, taking pictures, and generally making as much of an embarrassing mess here in the Fla apt as I do at home. I was going to do a video tour, but decided to take pictures instead.
The kitchen island
dining room floor
dining room table (yes, this is another sewing machine)
living room chair
living room floor
And we haven't gotten to the guest room yet! But that's for another day. Now I am going to sit down and read more of the most wonderful book I have read in eons. More about that another day, too. bb