My husband was in the midst of building a workshop and "man deck" (he calls it a "tool breezeway") and had my nephew and niece helping him in our backyard. In my tiny kitchen was my sister-in-law working on her first ever quilt with her brand new sewing machine. Also, my niece and her new baby girl were here and she was working on baby bibs. My great niece the lovely Chloe was working on a pin cushion and a first ever English Piecing lesson. So in summary I was teaching a log cabin class to a beginner quilter, a getting to know your machine class, how to draft a baby bib and basic sewing class and teaching a child's English piecing class all at once. Oh and I would be remiss if I did not mention, making meals and snacks for all inside and outside of the house.
What I learned:
I can certainly multi task
Children can be very patient
I'm glad I have a good fabric stash/tools at my fingertips
Lens Mills is close by and 2 visits were also needed!
A BBQ is a necessity
My sister in law and nieces were very quick learners
You need very little space for a buffet
Sleep is essential
Advil also helps
Pre-planning/preparing was essential (for meals)
I love Caesars and they are awesome after a busy day
Renovation of my loft/studio is needed soon!!
I love to inspire others
I had some very happy sewers in my home
I'm thankful for family!
The picture of the children's sewing book below is excellent and if you are teaching kids- aged 8+ it has great projects in it
THE END- Whew I survived!