Great news! We have extended the deadline for our Serger, Serger! Online Licensing early registration BONUS until Saturday (April 30, 2016). Don’t miss this chance to receive Kathy McMakin’s Knit Baby Daygown and Bonnets instructional video absolutely free, along with the shared copyright on the instructions, so you can teach these projects on your own as a licensed Martha Pullen teacher. Please note in order to collect the daygown bonus you will need to register at store.marthapullen.com, if not already registered.
Of course, in addition to these special bonus projects, the Serger, Serger! curriculum also includes over two dozen other great projects as well — all ready for you to make, share and teach.
Here is what some of our licensing students have said about our previous online licensing courses:
Several years ago, before I retired, I bought an embroidery sewing machine. And I have used it almost non-stop. But something was still missing. I spent the last 25 years of my working life teaching Statistics to unwilling undergraduate and graduate students. And by the end of each semester they were with me! I truly enjoyed my teaching years and was deeply touched by the success of my students. Ah Ha! That’s what’s missing. As a retiree, I have lots of time, but not as much money in the learning/travel budget. When this Martha Pullen Teacher Licencing Course came available online, I was ready for the challenge. The projects are fun and interesting. The materials and instructional videos provided are exceptional. Having discussion groups solves problems, solidifies learning, and creates a classroom atmosphere. Thank you for this opportunity to re-discover teaching! I can hardly wait to get my certification and start teaching Beginning Sewing. I will definitely take more courses as Matha Pullen and her excellent teachers make them available online. — Linda S
I am really enjoying the on-line course and look forward to enrolling in additional courses. The instructional videos and printed materials are excellent. I look forward to reading other students comments on the message board, and of course, seeing their completed projects. I think one of the best aspects of doing this on-line is that you are able to ask a question or make a comment without feeling that you are interrupting the instructors or another student. The other obvious advantages of doing the on-line course, are choosing the sequence of which projects you would like to work on and at your pace. — Mary Arvay, Alabama