Emily has taught serger and sewing classes in a variety of settings since 1992, including fabric stores, her local Baby Lock dealership and her local community college and also led workshops in sewing, serging, and embellishment at the local and state level for 4H Clubs and 4H leaders.
Join us for two fun and educational days with sewing expert Emily Carter!
May 17th and 18th 2013
Friday we will learn about creative uses for embellishments, creating custom and unique looks, which machines can greatly help you reach your sewing and embellishing potential, and much more.
Saturday we will learn about embroidery in the 21st century, how, why, and what can YOU do!
The cost is $35 for one day or $50 for both and includes a light lunch, beverages, and snacks.
Specific times and details to follow soon.
Call 575.623.3774 to reserve your seat.
Emily Carter is a Certified Sewing Educator through the Home Sewing Association.
Having learned to sew at an early age, she has been designing and constructing her own wardrobe since the age of 13. Emily has an excellent foundation in all areas of sewing, but garment construction still remains her favorite. Emily’s accomplishments include articles and garments appearing in books and magazines. To add to this list, she has won many ribbons at the State and County Fair level for her many projects and garments.
Emily incorporates computer technology into her sewing room and her classes, with her favorite addition being the Designer’s Gallery products, from tool packs such as LetterWorks and Density Works to Custom Works and Quilt Works to the digitizing system, Master Works II.
Whether sewing, serging, embellishing, digitizing or working with an embroidery design, Emily loves sharing her passion for sewing with others.