Build a Better Relationship with Your Sewing Machine with Bernie Tobisch, Wednesday Feb 15, 2023

$115.00

Class: Build a Better Relationship with Your Sewing Machine
Teacher: Bernie Tobisch
Cost: $115 + supplies (book suggested)
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Time: 10am to 4:30pm MT
Level: ALL
Where: Blue Barn Quilt Co classroom

Are you having relationship problems with your sewing machine? Is there tension in the air? Is the honeymoon over? Maybe you and your machine only need to learn how to communicate more clearly.
Let Bernie be your counsellor and help you discover how to understand what your sewing machine is trying to tell you. Learn how to get it to do what you want it to do. End the tension filled battles once and for all! Reconnect and grow to love your machine all over again!
Together we will address tension, feeding of fabric, needle and thread choices and do some fancy foot work! Let’s get this relationship back on track!
This class is based on Bernie’s book, You and Your Sewing Machine, and a copy in class would make a great resource.

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Class: Build a Better Relationship with Your Sewing Machine
Teacher: Bernie Tobisch
Cost: $115 + supplies (book suggested)
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Time: 10am to 4:30pm MT
Level: ALL
Where: Blue Barn Quilt Co classroom

Are you having relationship problems with your sewing machine? Is there tension in the air? Is the honeymoon over? Maybe you and your machine only need to learn how to communicate more clearly.
Let Bernie be your counsellor and help you discover how to understand what your sewing machine is trying to tell you. Learn how to get it to do what you want it to do. End the tension filled battles once and for all! Reconnect and grow to love your machine all over again!
Together we will address tension, feeding of fabric, needle and thread choices and do some fancy foot work! Let’s get this relationship back on track!
This class is based on Bernie’s book, You and Your Sewing Machine, and a copy in class would make a great resource.