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Cricut Clinic Series: Tote Bag - Intermediate Level


2/17/2024 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET

This is a series of classes over 3 weeks that will take you from beginner, through to intermediate and advanced level on the Cricut. You can take all classes as a series, or choose one or two classes that best meet your needs. We plan to run the series each month and occasionally vary the project to be made.


CLASS #2:  IT'S IN THE BAG - TOTE BAG!

It's in the bag, tote bag!
You got this, it's in the bag! A gorgeous canvas tote bag is the second class in our Cricut Clinic Series. The level of this class is intermediate. It is helpful to have a basic understanding of the Cricut and design space. On a beautiful white and blue canvas tote, we will learn how to layer Infusible Ink and Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV). Four different ink colors and a variety of designs are available. Our class will also cover the Cricut heat press and some of the projects it can create. As always, our instructor Jilleen will share some tips and tricks to handle HTV and the heat press. Bring your creativity and join us for this fun class because one tote bag is never enough!

Please read our Class Attendee Policy prior to class.

Location:  Ground Floor Flex Room.

Class Size:  minimum 2 and maximum 7.      Age Group:  16+
Youth aged 16-17 will need a copy of our Youth Waiver signed by their responsible adult.

Registration Fee:  $45 for non-members, and $40 for members and youth aged 16-17.
Non-members will need to sign our General Waiver prior to class.

Materials Fee:  $10. Pay instructor at class for: White and blue canvas tote, infusible ink transfer sheet, black heat transfer vinyl, and incidentals.

Instructor:  Jilleen Brown

Hi my name is Jilleen and our company is Oak Hill Artisans. My husband Bernie and I are partners in marriage and crafts.  From a variety of media, we create handmade items.  Our crafts range from making luminaries, jewelry, decals, and more using a Cricut die-cutting machine to carving boxes, clocks, and pens using wood.  Our favorite thing about crafting is the challenge and creativity it brings. We enjoy sharing our work with the world and meeting new people who share our passion for handmade.
You can read more about Jilleen at OakHillArtisans.com.

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