The June class is already full. This registration is for the July 8 and 9 class.
LAUNCH SPECIAL! Class fee is at a special rate to celebrate the launch our new series!
Class Date: Sat. & Sun., July 8 & 9, from 10 AM-4 PM
Venue: The Longarm Network — Mid-Atlantic
Innova Dealer Showroom and Training Center
2085 Valpark Drive
Oilville, VA 23129
Instructor: Sue Bentley, Network Educator
Class Type: Longarm - Computerized: Innova AutoPilot-Mach3
Get ready to blast off into the world of custom quilting with Mach3! TLN proudly presents our new Mach3 Skill Development Series™ designed and developed by Sue Bentley, one of our Network Educators. The Mach3 Skill Development Series™ is broken down into modules that build upon each other in a logical, step-by-step fashion to introduce students to the incredible capabilities of this software. Students will leave each class confident in their abilities to immediately use the software in custom quilting applications.
In this two-day class, Sue will present Modules I and II covering design work, block work, and borders and sashing. She will teach you the skills needed to launch your Mach3 custom-quilting journey by providing instruction, examples of practical applications, and exercises utilizing Mach3’s fabulous tools. Quilters will be empowered to take advantage of all Mach3 has to offer!
Class Kit: $20, payable at class, includes practice quilt sandwiches and handout
Supplies to bring to class: Paper and pen for notetaking
Skill Level: Students should be able to create and stitch out E2E quilt patterns using AP or Mach3 without assistance and be ready to expand their skills with custom quilting.
Instructor’s Bio: Sue Bentley has been sewing since childhood and loves quilting on her 26” Innova AutoPilot-Mach3. She owns and operates SuZquilts in Alexandria, Virginia, where she custom quilts for others. Her love of quilting and teaching led her to design the Mach3 Skill Development Series™ to share her knowledge about capabilities of this fabulous software.
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