|We are pleased to invite owners of the Stand up and Sit Down version of the TL-2200QVP and Miyabi J-350QVP to participate in an exclusive Longarm Basic Consumer Training with our Juki America Educators.|
DATE AND LOCATION
December 4 – 6, 2019
Time: December 4th & 5th (10AM – 5PM)
December 6th (10AM – 4PM)
Location: Grome’s Sewing Machine Co.
4719 Manitou Dr
San Antonio, TX 78228
BASIC TRAINING DETAILS (FRAME)
Days 1 & 2: Frame Overview: Set up, basic machine maintenance, LCD screen operation, loading a quilt, tension, threads, batting, free motion, marking your quilts, quilt rulers, blocks, borders and panto’s, laser work and more.
Day 3: Frame Basic Quilt Motion Building Blacks-Overview: Get a complete understanding of the basics and ease of use with Quilters Creative Touch. Building on your knowledge will make using your software fun and easy by using the built in designs and options and learning to create designs for an added personal touch.
All 3 days: $595.00
If customer does not own a Quilt Motion, Day 1 & 2: $400.00
If customer wants the Quilt Motion Training only, Day 3: $200.00
BASIC TRAINING DETAILS (SIT DOWN)
Spend 2 days with instructor Lynn Sykes and learn all the ins and outs of your sit down longarm. As a free motion quilter Lynn will show you her techniques and will take the stress out of getting started on your quilts and having confidence to finish them. Insure you are using all the features of your Juki Sit Down Longarm to the best of its ability. Use all the threads available to you and set perfect tension every time.
All 2 days: $400Lunches and snacks included each day.
Group dinner on evening of day 2.
*Travel expenses and hotel will be the responsibility of the attendee.
To register, please contact Yelinda at email@example.com. Classes are limited in size.
We hope to see you soon!
9 thoughts on “JUKI Longarm Basic Consumer Training – December 2019”
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