New York USA
Member since 3/18/03
Skill: Advanced Beginner
Date: 2/8/09 10:34 AM
I'm thinking about going for the Guffy all day workshop for jacket/shirt fitting but am undecided. Anyone else intend to go?
Member since 7/30/02
Date: 2/8/09 7:22 PM
I haven't received a mailer yet. Since I didn't go the last few years, I wonder if I will get one.
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I haven't started thinking about it yet, but I doubt I'll make it. I've had a lot of things going on lately. But we will see what happens after I review the offerings!
(edited because sometimes I can't type)
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With a great wardrobe that's still in the flat-fabric stage.
Member since 6/7/05
Date: 2/8/09 10:33 PM
I'm hoping to be there - would love to do the all-day program.
''The best-dressed woman is one whose clothes wouldn't look too strange in the country.'' - Sir Hardy Amies
Member since 9/7/08
Date: 2/9/09 7:59 AM
Worcester is a great opportunity to take classes with some of the best teachers in the industry. I have attended for the last 3 years and have taken classes with Cynthia Guffey, Katie Bartz, Pam Damour, Jim Suzio, Emma Seabrooke, and Diane Gloystein all of them were excellent instructors and I felt my time and money was well spent. This year Hope Yoder and Cindy Losekamp are giving classes and I can recommend them highly also. Diane Cedolia is great, I've not yet had the chance to take serger class with her but am hoping to this year. My advice, don't be so concerned with finishing a project in class, take the opportunity to learn new techniques and "play" with a machine, foot or specialty thread you haven't tried before. Enjoy!