« Last post by sewsy on Today at 08:29:48 PM »
Sewsy, I'll be able to get that class for $19.99 with my new member, any class you want, no price limit offer. So that's pretty much a no brainer choice at this point.
As for the library, our group is similar to yours. I'm part of the Fresno County library which belongs to the San Joaquin Valley library system. I have no problem getting any materials from any other branch in the system. But little Mariposa, she takes, but will not give. Our local librarians hate it and have complained to higher ups to no avail. From any where else I can get materials without needing to go there. That is a good idea to try, but they are over an hour away, up narrow, winding roads. I'll try the begging over the phone.
NINETEEN DOLLARS AND NINETY NINE CENTS!!!!!! Whoa Nellie!!!! That's GREAT!!! So so cool! And you'll be able to interact with the instructor! Even better!!! I got my set for forty dollars, and I thought that I'd done pretty good! Well, I did, actually. But that's even better, Rene! Well, this weekend I'll pop the video back into the player and pick up where I left off. Lmk when you want to start comparing notes, should be fun.
Also, has anyone had a chance to view their free classes yet? Picks? Pans?
I got the new sewing knits class with Pam Howard. Finished just about all of it, got some good tips about sewing knits that I'd not heard of or seen before, so I really like it. She's very even toned in her speech, very soothing voice. One of her garments was a knit that looks like denim. I ask her where she'd gotten it, she told me EmmaOneSock. I have a swatch on order, should be getting it soon. Looks like I'll be adding to the stash in a little while....