Angela Jarecki is bringing us another of her beautiful dolls – this time with a companion! Anya is a cloth doll, with a hand painted face. The class starts April 4, 2014. We’d love you to join us!
Hope you are doing better than well today! I am writing to inquire about the new doll by Angela Jarecki: I would most definitely enjoy taking this online class “The Traveller”! I see the start date is approaching and wonder how I can take this class if I cannot access my printers. I absolutely cannot sit at the computer and read the instructions to sew at the same time. Have you a suggestion on what I can do?
Actually, I have two printers and am not able to use them. Both are fairly new, it’s just my computing info is limited and I am not sure how to get the printer that is hooked to my stand alone to printer on my laptop. The laptop is hooked to my newest, a wireless printer that I haven’t figured out yet. Help? Bunnie Pickett
This class is being presented as a slide show with commentary by Angela. So she can talk you through it! You will need to print out the patterns though. You could do this through a store like Staples, who will accept a print job by email.
Just a suggestion.
is The Traveller still available to join or am I too late?
The class is now closed. Angela will be bringing us a new class this summer, so stay tuned to Doll Street Dreamers!
Is this class still available to purchase? I don’t mind if there isnt any interaction with other members or Angela, just desperately want to make this doll. Please? Have taken all of her classes in the past.
This class is now closed. Angela will be bringing us a new class this summer, so stay tuned!
Would very much like to take this class or similar class when available. Can you please let me know when Angela schedules another class. Thankyou. Gail
We should have a new class coming for Fall! Stay tuned via our newsletter for news! Sign up here and get a free pattern! http://www.dollstreetdreamers.com/
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