Interested in taking a class or hosting me for a workshop? Here are a list of classes available and the descriptions for each one. Each class can be modified to fit the time allotted. They can also be adapted and/or combined to meet your specific needs. Contact me at email@example.com with any questions.
Other Lectures and Classes
Blogging For Business- Lecture
If you are in the business of quilting, then you know that customers are the lifeblood. An effective blog will help you draw in more customers and will help encourage your current customers to refer you to their friends! After being in business for 9 years, Angela Walters agrees that starting a blog helped catapult her business to the next level! Students will get tips on starting a blog, ideas on what to blog about as well as pointers on “blog etiquette”. Once you are finished with this class you will be inspired to start a blog or improve your existing blog.
Quilting Efficiently – Lecture
Time is money, especially when you quilt for a living. Thanks to years of quilting five (or more) quilts a week, professional machine quilter Angela Walters is an expert on using your time and resources efficiently to give both you and your customer the biggest bang for their buck. Angela’s lecture will show you how to create an organizational plan that will help you better manage your time without sacrificing an ounce of quality. Perfect for professional quilters, this lecture is also great for the self-quilter with more projects than hours in a day.
Buying a Quilting Machine – Lecture
Whether you’re in the market for a longarm quilting machine or a sewing machine that can do double duty for piecing and quilting, your end purchase will be a huge investment. Professional quilter Angela Walters will discuss the options and price points of a variety of machines to help make your decision a little easier. She’ll also share her checklist of considerations for buying any quilting machine, which includes available space, physical constraints, and intended use. This unbiased lecture will set you on the right path to picking the perfect machine for your particular quilting needs.
Build Your Own Class
If you don’t see something on this list that fits your needs or timeframes, please let me know! In most cases, I can put together a class, lecture or trunk show that centers around the topics that you want to hear about!
Still not sure what you are looking for? See the FAQs below:
1. What is a “Hands On” class?
In a Hands On class, students bring their machines to the class and are able to practice the course materials immediately with guidance from me. For Hands On classes, you may want to limit the number of students so that there is enough time for individual attention. Approximately 20 students or so. These classes can be 3 hrs or 6 hrs long.
2. What is a Lecture/Demonstration class?
In a lecture/demonstration class, I will teach the course material using by showing sample, instructing how the designs are broken down and then demonstrate the designs on a machine. This allows students to learn the designs and see them in action. These classes can be as large as the space allows.
3. Do you only teach on longarm quilting machines?
Definitely not! I can teach on any brand of longarm quilting machine as well as sewing machines.
4. What if I don’t see a class that I like?
Just let me know what you want to learn and how long you want me to teach. Chances are, we can work it out for you!
5. How to I book a Class, Lecture or Trunk show?
Send an email to my scheduler, Jessica (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will answer any additional questions you have!!