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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Sewing Classes @ Palomar College starts June 22!!!

Last week it was full when I checked... so it's worth a shot getting in as first day of class, June 22 gets closer:

Because we are - except for a few - pretty new to sewing and I've been asked more than twice... I am writing to let you know that Palomar now has spots on their waiting list for apparel construction/beginning sewing.

These are sewing classes for the Summer through Palomar College. $20 a unit (total $ 80 as it is a 4 unit combo for both class - must register for both). It is so worth it as it is 4.5 hours per day, 4 days a week for 8 weeks (144 hours of sewing for $80 is 55 cents per hour of instruction!). If it becomes full from now til you get to register, brave it and go crash anyway:

Palomar College Campus in San Marcos

M-F 8:00 lecture starts followed by lab, ends at 12:30 pm
8 weeks long and yes Monday through Friday, August 21 is the last day

Class Nbr - 50695 (Lecture)

Status - Wait List

Session - FT-1st 8wk

Days & Times - MTWTh 8:00AM - 10:50AM
Room - FASH-1
Instructor - Kenneth Imaizumi
Meeting Dates - 06/22/2009 - 08/13/2009


Class Nbr - 50816 (Lab)
Status - Wait List

Session - FT-1st 8wk

Days & Times - 11:00AM - 12:20PM
Room - FASH-1
Instructor - Kenneth Imaizumi
Meeting Dates - 06/22/2009 - 08/13/2009

Class Notes - Students enrolled in Fash 165 Class Number 50816 must also be enrolled in Fash 135 Class Number 50695.

For those who want to get together and sew, join
The Sewing Room Meetup Group and host a sewing meet your home or go to one. Let me know when and where and I will gladly post it on the board. Don't worry about trying to accommodate a big group. Everyone has different schedules, the more sewing places, the more choices to accommodate each other.... and from experience, 5 and less is better than a big group anyway. Email me to let me know.

And due to the nature of the internet, may hosts may want to meet attendees during a meet and greet in a public place prior to entering their homes. Thank you for your understanding in advance everyone!

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