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Children's Garment Construction - 10/17/2016 8:13:15 PM   
Fancy Stitches

 

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Is anyone planning to enroll in the Children's Garment Construction on-line class? It sounds like a great class but the timing is totally wrong for me. It runs from Oct 25 thru Mar 1. That runs thru Thanksgiving and Christmas...a super busy and hectic time for me, and many others I'm sure. I hope they will offer this class again at a "better" time.

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RE: Children's Garment Construction - 10/18/2016 9:29:02 AM   
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It appears there's no set class time, one can work through the classes to fit their schedule is what the course description says. I too would be challenged to find time during November & December, but January through March might be quiet enough to get through the class. I'm not sure that there's a 5 - 6 month period during the course of a year that would be better. There's always something!

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RE: Children's Garment Construction - 10/18/2016 11:19:52 AM   
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I took the on-line serger course and finished all the required projects in less than one month - they really are not difficult or time-consuming. I have done so many Children's construction courses through the years that this one does not challenge me but I did really enjoy the one on-line course I took. You can definitely take your time after Jan. 1st and still finish the requirements easily...and they will extend the deadline for you if you are struggling to finish anyway!

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RE: Children's Garment Construction - 10/18/2016 12:37:56 PM   
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Thanks a bunch for the input. I appreciate it. Still thinking about it...

Barbara

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RE: Children's Garment Construction - 10/28/2016 1:16:33 PM   
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I signed up for this online course. It's my first heirloom licensing course and I'm very excited! I'm from Indiana and taking the course in person would be a dream come true but love the opportunity of online courses! Like everyone my life is busy. I have very elderly parents with health issues as well as other obligations. Even though this runs through the holidays I hope to get a lot done before then and then finish up after the holiday!



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