Sunday, October 25, 2009

Looking for Quilt teachers

Would you like to get paid for doing something you love?  And do it all from the comfort of your own home?

Sound impossible? It's not, and if you are looking to add some extra cash to offset the expenses of your quilting hobby why not consider teaching a quilting class for us.  I can assure you that if you know how to work a digital camera and use a word processing program you can create a class!

Lifetime Free Membership

In addition to getting paid for doing something you love and are passionate about, our teachers also get a lifetime free membership to the site.  That's right you can take any or all of our classes for free as long as you have an active class on the site.

Free Advertising for your Quilting Business 

Have a quilting business or service now? Did you know that teaching a class with us can be a great way to get free advertising for you other quilting related business, websites, products & services.  We will even give you your own "teachers page" where you are free to post links and ads for your businesses at no cost to you.

Take the Next Step

Our members are hungry for knowledge, and membership is growing.  We need your help to satisfy their thirst for quilting knowledge.  If you are interested in finding out more about teaching for Quilting Weekly contact me by either leaving a comment here, or sending me an email.

1 comment:

Kathleen Hansen said...

Hi Chris, somehow I am never at the computer while chat is on. I would love to get paid for doing what I love. I do not have teacher qualifications, but have,and am currently, teaching a small group of friends how to quilt. Sometimes it is harder to teach sewers than absolute beginners, because I first have to un-teach all the rules of sewing. What style of quilting would be required?
I have been crafting all my life, or for as long as I can remember, but only discovered patchwork and quilting in 1998, through library books and became smitten immediately. I read every book in the library on the subjects, and have made so many quilts that I have lost count, many originals.
Bye, Kathy H

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