Thursday, 19 December 2013
I'm figuring on keeping the price super low, say $5. a person, with a dollar extra for each family member per day. If we meet from 2 to 7 PM, that's a dollar per hour. Of course people wouldn't have to stay the whole day. Each hour would be a different theme. It's not a class, it's a gathering. If people want to take a class with me, it will be $20 an hour to learn how to knit, sew, crochet or whatever.
Tuesday, 13 August 2013
Sunday, 10 February 2013
I've left the ugliness of Anaheim and moved to the Mojave Desert. I really want to start a new group out here in Lucerne Valley, CA, but I haven't met any artists out here yet. Apple Valley is 30 miles away and I doubt anyone would want to drive all the way out here. I didn't want to move here and yet here I am. I may start a meet-up group and try to get people interested. What do you think? If I only had a car I could drive to where the people are. Sucks but there it is.
Thursday, 22 March 2012
So I'm thinking Dairy Queen, Wednesday nights from 6 to 8. The dining room is open until 9, so if you are not able to get there at 6, it's no biggie. I've been there on week nights and they could use the business. There isn't a lot of sprawling space, so we'd have to stick to fairly small projects. Plenty of free parking. Both Michael's and Joann's are fairly close. If you want to RSVP, leave a message below or email me at queenofdreams at gmail dot com. Thanks.
Dairy Queen http://local.yahoo.com/info-21089965-dairy-queen-anaheim#reviews It's the one near Beach and Lincoln in Anaheim (near Knott's Berry Farm).
First gathering will be 3/28/2012. It's free, but be a good neighbor and patronize the restaurant, even if it's just an ice cream cone. Blizzards are on sale until the end of March.
Wednesday, 21 March 2012
She said it's $9 to get in.
Speaking of quilts, I went to a used bookstore in that little strip mall by Orange County Archery and Prehistoric Pets. I noticed they have quite a lot of books on quilting, embroidery, knitting, and crafts in general. I bought a craft encyclopedia for $10 and a history of Appalachian basketmakers for $6.00. That shot my budget right there, but I could have easily come home with a truckload of books if money was no object. I thought I'd save some for you guys though.