As we welcome in March 2020, I want to thank my customers for keeping me busy. Thank you! You are the reason that I do what I am doing. Without each of you, Stacey Sansom Designs would not be what it is today.
I also want to thank you for being understanding and patient while I have been battling the latest sinus infection and migraine marathon. Fortunately, I am on the mend and I hope that this will continue over the next few days so that I can get back to my full schedule.
Here is to another great month ahead of us.
What’s Happening in the Studio?
I have been busy updating the registration and booking system with all the new sewing courses that will be available in the upcoming months. I will be working on this for the next couple of days so keep checking back if something is not available. These are tentative based on interest and registration numbers.
Remember, I must have no less than 3 students registered in order to hold the class. Please tell all your friends to check out Stacey Sansom Designs. If you register and 3 students do not register, you will be offered a private or semi-private lesson at a discounted rate for the time slot you selected. Please note that the discounted rates may be higher than the group class rates. You get my undivided attention so it only seems fair.
Are you looking for Summer Camps?
If you or your child is interested in Summer Camps, please reach out to me ASAP via email or private message.
I am working on camps but due to lack of interest in daytime sewing lessons, I have not pursued them actively yet. However, during the summer I know that the demands will change. Please let me know if you are interested.
Currently, I am working on camp themes and courses that will progress students through roughly 2-3 weeks of projects in 3-4 days. I have not decided on the length, yet. The length will depend on demand.
National Quilting Month
March is National Quilting Month.
While I currently do not have anything planned for the month specifically at Stacey Sansom Designs, I am hoping that I can finish the Patriotic Quilt that I began in August 2019. This is the same quilt that has been draped over my long-arm quilter waiting for me to sew the borders on it and get it quilted. You have probably seen pictures of it on Facebook. It has been a busy few months so it has been on the back burner.
My National Quilting Month goal is to get that quilt finished. I am considering entering it in the Texas State Fair this year, but I’ve got to get it done. So that is my focus this month.