Our Let’s Get Creative Club Meeting 2 will be on October 23, 2021 from 9:30 am – 11:00 am, CDT. Please make note of this date and time.
Joanne will demo creative card making with a special exclusive Holiday design and additional files for you to download, along with tips for creating your own custom embroidered greeting cards. Your download includes a PDF of instructions with links to the additional files.
Reen will demo a Silverware Holder with a heat transfer embellishment. The design (5×7 hoop) with PDF instructions and SVG file are in your download.
Any instructions or designs we offer for our meeting, can be downloaded as soon as you pay for the meeting.
We will meet via Zoom. You will receive the link to login to the meeting 24-36 hours prior to start time. It’s your responsibility to make sure you have the link before the meeting starts. Our sessions will be recorded. You will receive a password and link to the recording shortly after the meeting ends and have 30 days to view it. Emails with links will come from Joanne Banko at Let’s Go Sew ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
The contents of meeting 2 will not be repeated.
More Creative Club sessions for you to purchase coming soon! Watch for sign up details and announcements
By purchasing this session you agree to the following
- There are no refunds for any reason once you have purchased it and downloaded any files. This includes if you miss the meeting or the video replay of it during the time it is available.
- We are not responsible for any emails issues including blocked or bouncing email addresses.
- Video Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee a video replay of our meeting due to any circumstances beyond our control. For example, something happening within the Zoom app that will not allow the video to record, problems during the processing of the video causing it to fail to upload, etc.
More About Creative Club Meetings
Reen Wilcoxson and Joanne Banko have teamed up to bring you monthly Let’s Get Creative meetings. These open 90 minute sewing sessions are designed to help you bust your stash, have fun with sewing friends in a casual online environment, and learn tips, trick and techniques from your classroom hosts Reen and Joanne.
We’ll start each session with both Reen and Joanne presenting 20 minute demonstrations of an embroidery, sewing, quilting, or crafting technique or project, complete with a coordinating PDF project/tip sheet and design (if applicable) for you to download. Any demoed designs would fit a 5×7 hoop. All brands of machines are welcome! Our demos will be a great watch and learn time for you.
As you likely know, Reen is famous for her In-The-Hoop projects, and Joanne is well known for a wide variety out of the hoop creations! You’re sure to learn something new in each session.
What else goes on during our time together? Lots of time to sew, embroider, quilt, or craft. You are welcome to bring your own project to work on during each session. We’ll have plenty of time for chatting, sharing ideas, show and tell, and helping you with questions. Expect some surprise giveaways and special offerings exclusively for participants. This is your time to complete UFOs and have fun creating in a carefree and supportive environment.
Make this your monthly sewing escape. Register today!
A little more info about your hosts:
Reen Wilcoxson is the owner operator of Embroidery Garden, an online website selling her original ‘in the hoop’ designs for machine embroidery. As an independent educator she’s traveled across the country teaching at stores and venues. Reen has authored several magazine articles plus a few blog posts and appeared on It’s Sew Easy TV. She loves designing and creating projects to share.
Joanne Banko owns and operates Let’s Go Sew. A freelance sewing educator, author of Wrapped in Embroidery, and Brand Ambassador for Brother USA, Joanne has shared her enthusiasm for creative sewing and crafting through numerous magazine articles, blog posts, and appearances on It’s Sew Easy TV. A self-proclaimed sewing cheerleader, she loves to help fellow enthusiasts make the most of their machines.