December, 2018 Survey
Results reflect responses from 12 members. Please ask Jane Artinian for a survey if you’d like to submit one.
1. Qualifications important to you in a teacher:
Fun & knowledgeable, can teach several styles, skill, variety of patterns available, personable, experienced, uses time wisely, organized and accessible, color guru
2. Type of class you prefer:
Open and/or teacher provided pattern
3. Names of teachers with whom you’d like to take a class:
Carla Fortney Coming in November, 2018.
Lisanne Miller wcushing.com W Cushing & Co 800-626-7847
Nancy Miller Teaching a limited number of classes at this time.
Wendy Miller www.theredsaltbox.com 765-762-6292
Michele Micarelli www.michelemicarelli.com
Old Tattered Flag email@example.com 315-767-8313
Julie Thomas Mills, NY
Brigitta Phy firstname.lastname@example.org 707-829-9641
Laura Pierce www.flyingdoghookery.com 707-762-2592
Vivily Powers email@example.com 860-643-2341
36 Fairview Street, Manchester, Conn 06040
Michele Wise wooletc.com (Michele is coming for our 2018 hook in)
4. What do you want to learn?
Color planning, basics such as amount of wool needed and drawing on burlap, fine shading, special stitches, new techniques, finishing techniques, scrolls, wide cut hooking, creative borders, eyes
5.List any concerns (cost, word of mouth, wool availability):
Wool availability. Evidently we have an abundance of $. Many of us can’t travel to good rug camps. Advertise a teacher event everywhere many months in advance to fill a class or weekend.
6. Length of class: (some respondents circled more than one choice)
1 day=4 1day and 2 days=4 2 day=4 3 days=1
any amt of time ok=1
7. Chapter class apart from our annual hook in?
Yes! We’d not have to worry about any other duties-plus, if possible, teacher @ workshop too!
8. Anything else?
Nope!, Teacher that brings wool.