I'll be doing something next Monday (April 19th) that I've never had the opportunity to do before: take a quilting class . . . on-line. I've always wanted to take a class, but with three kids and a daddy who travels--I've even had to cut out bible study. The other factor that has limited my ability to take a class is expense. I mentioned that I was thrifty; I could think of one million things our family could use instead of me spending $50 or $100 a quilt class (not to mention the cost of supplies).
I've never been kicked out of a class; however, this may be a first. Or like many of the races I've run--I may be the class ego booster (you know--that person in the race who comes in last or the person in the class who cannot sew a straight line). It's OK--I cannot be average at everything. I have added seam ripper to my list of supplies (a tool I know WELL). I have no idea what to expect, but I'll be sure to post the end result.