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Huxley Communications, LLC
Huxley Communications Corp
102 N. Main Ave.
Huxley Communications has operated as a member-owned cooperative since 1937, not only providing members with communications services, but also giving them the benefits of cooperative membership. "Many benefits are available to cooperative members." says G...
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NYC Crochet Guild - Aran Stitches Workshop by Susan Huxley
Aran Stitches Workshop by Susan Huxley
Aran Stitches Workshop by Susan Huxley
Her editor, Susan Huxley, will show you some of the sweaters that are in the book, and then walk you, stitch by stitch, through as many stitch patterns as possible.
is the author of Today's Crochet and Crocheted Sweaters, plus the editor of the newly released book Crocheted Aran Sweaters.
mastered the basics of crochet when she
was five years old by making "the World's Longest Chain" during a cross-country car trip.
Nurtured in a family of stitchers, she
developed an appreciation for needle arts at an early age, and this passion inevitably merged with her
For almost two decades, Susan has worked as an author, editor, reporter, and crochet garment designer.
She has been the editor of a national Canadian magazine called "Crafts Plus" and a senior editor of sewing books at Rodale Inc.
Susan is now the owner of a contract publishing business.
Web site, www.sewntellstudio.com, to find out when she's
speaking in your area and to learn new techniques, tips, and inspiration for crocheting, knitting, and garment sewing.
has said that she
is willing to teach this workshop a second time (schedule to be determined) if there is interest, so be sure to let Barbara know if you would like to be on the waiting list for the October workshop or for a future one.
Susan Huxley welcomes opportunities to share techniques, tips, and garments with shops and guilds.
In each session she will work hard to educate and entertain, as well as boost book and product sales to improve your bottom line.
You can book as many classes in a day as your customers demand without worrying about escalating teacher fees.
The fee is based on the number of days Susan
is at your shop or guild.
The cost for the first day is higher, with the price reduced 50% for each subsequent day.
Day 1 is $600 and each additional, consecutive day is $300.
These are class fees only.
Your final cost will include travel ( airfare or mileage ) and accommodation.
can stay in a private home.
will promote these books if they are carried by your store.
If desired, Susan
will sell her
book stock at the event.
Learn new techniques, discover time-saving tips, and explore inspiring ideas through classes, seminars, trunk show, and workshops presented by nationally published author and editor Susan Huxley.
Armed with sweaters worked in alternate yarns, Crocheted Sweaters author Susan Huxley
shows you how yarn substitutions can affect fit and appearance.
Building upon the reputation of its owner and Creative Director Susan Huxley, you can count on the Sew'n Tell Studio for easy-to-understand instructions that are enhanced with step-by-step photographs and illustrations.
Under its imprint by the same name, the Sew'n Tell Studio
produces books and will soon publishe patterns for serger-assembled garments, a line of crochet project pamphlets, and a monthly sewing and serging newsletter called Susan's Serging Club
associates can guide clients through a self-publishing venture; edit or help an author prepare a manuscript for an established publishing house; or take a book from concept to printer-ready disk.
Susan will lead two half-day sessions:
(Morning session, 10am-noon)
Master Your Serger
Beginner Tips and Techniques to Help You Get the Most from Your Machine
Bring your serger to this hands-on class!
National serging expert Susan Huxley
will lead a 2 1/2 hour session that will help you with the basics.
In this class, national expert Susan Huxley
will teach you a grand array of treatments that you can make on even the most basic serger.
Bring your machine so that you can work alongside Susan
teaches you how to use a 3-thread overlock stitch and an all-purpose presser foot to gather, flatlock, blind hem, blanket stitch; plus make serger lace and custom trim.
will also give tips on a variety of serger subjects throughout the class and she
is bringing along garments from her
wardrobe for you to examine, so prepare to be inspired!
October 20 & 21, 2007 • SERGER RETREAT 2007 Complete a project, get a new serger pattern and perfect lots of techniques with nationally known home arts author and teacher Susan Huxley.
Are you interested in hosting a crochet or sewing/serging book signing, class, or seminar by Susan Huxley?
Visit the linked pages on this web site for more details.