BEGINNERS QUILT MAKING CLASS
I will be teaching a beginners quilt making class at the Senior Center, along with another "quilter". We have envisioned this class to be for real beginners. Real beginners (maybe some men) in the sense that they have never used a sewing machine and/or never tried to make a quilt. That's our idea, and is our intended focus. Others seem to feel that the class should be open anyone interested, regardless of their experience level. It looks like I have "drawn a line in the sand". I am standing firm on the real beginner entrance requirement. I have been in too many classes that were advertised as for beginners. Once I enrolled I find out that there are many very experienced folks in the class. How very discouraging, to a true beginner.
Am I correct in my thoughts?