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Plan Your Creative Life - Quilt Hive Class 17

Tools to help you stay on top of your Patchwork & Quilting Learning

This class is part of our Quilt Hive Membership: a subscription that gives access to heaps of online patchwork & quilting classes.

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Plan Your Creative Life - Class Content

You can make goals, and change them, whenever you want to. You can abandon that work in progress if it no longer brings you really, you can ;-) (just in case you needed permission, now you have it!). I wanted to produce a tool that would help you review your creative life. So the Plan Your Creative Life class in the Quilt Hive portal will help you review and plan what you want your creative life to look like. This class is predominantly a workbook for you to download and print. Each section will walk you through the process of reviewing and planning. The class also includes a very small, but relevant, project if you are itching to do sewing too! Stitch up a Notebook cover for your sketchbook!

This class will help you take the time to:

  • Review what you already know and believe you do well 
  • Assess what is stopping you from spending time on your hobby and what you can do about it 
  • Decide what skills and techniques you want to learn or improve in the future 
  • Make some specific goals for the future 
  • Figure out how to make your hobby a priority

You can check out the full contents of the class below.

Course Curriculum

I've been teaching sewing, patchwork & quilting for over 10 years and I'm excited to help you.  

I have absolutely LOVED helping every single one of my customers develop and improve their sewing, patchwork & quilting skills.  It's truly rewarding to see students progress and have 'lightbulb moments'.

I love teaching, breaking topics down into bite-sized chunks and making it achievable for all!  Since moving most of my teaching online it's been eye opening to realise that most people learn better this way: working at their own pace and having more time to practise; but still getting time with the teacher to ask questions.