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12 April 2009 @ 04:25 pm
A possible class concept?  
I'm working on a project for my April Thing-a-Day and a thought has occurred to me. I am going to be attending Silks, Needles, and More and the sewing skill I most want to teach is something best taught in 1-4 people groups and generally can be taught in 5-10 minutes. Therefore, it is not necessarily a particularly good normal class. What do people think about my offering to hold a "wandering class" where people could catch me in the hall between classes, during lunch, etc and learn in small groups. I'd have kits and instructions, but then people would not have to waste a class period on a simple, but I think important, skill.

So... thoughts? comments?
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sylversmoke: SorchaCastlesylversmoke on April 13th, 2009 12:26 am (UTC)
Couldn't you go ahead and take a class slot and have people sign up for time slots within that hour or whatever it ends up being, then repeat the class for each group. Perhaps I'm mistaken, but my observation has been that your free time at events has a tendency to fill up rather quickly. You could still do the guerilla-style class too, but this would guarantee opportunities if the rest of your time gets eaten up faster than anticipated. And might be easier for some to work into their own plans for the day as well.
eithni: Pictisheithni on April 13th, 2009 05:28 am (UTC)
Heh. Fair enough - I do tend to book up quickly...