Ready, take a deep breath and clear your mind. Today let’s talk about kinds of words and by kinds I mean special kinds like palindromes, homophones, and homonyms. You almost never talk about these things once you leave elementary school so sometimes it’s fun to have a little refresher. That way you get to say, “Oh yeah, I remember that.”
You may remember that palindromes are words that are the spelled the same way forward and backwards like civic or kayak. Then there are homonyms. These are words that are usually spelled the same, and sound the same but have different meanings. A good example is bank. A bank can be the side of a river, a place to keep your money or to carom off of something.
Then there are heteronyms which are words that are spelled the same but are pronounced differently and mean different things like lead. Lead can be a metal or to guide. Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but differ in spelling and meaning like knight and night or so and sew. This leads us to today’s deal two hours of sewing lessons for $20 from Queen’s Knight Seven located in Jo-Ann’s Fabrics at 3010 Ming Avenue. Just to be clear, this is the craft sew not the conjunction so. I’m not sure how you could have 2 hours of conjunction training but I’m just trying to be up front with you.
Queens Knight Seven focuses on what interests you. The lessons are 2 hour slots and are by appointment only. The classes are usually one-on-one, unless otherwise arranged. They teach anywhere from beginning to advanced techniques in sewing, including all but not limited to: pattern making, how to read pattern instructions or adjusting patterns, piecing and quilting, embroidery (digitized machine or free motion), zipper installation, alterations, hemming, hand sewing techniques, curtains, pillows, general clothing construction and fabric knowledge.
QK7 has worked with students from as young as 6 years old to 80+ years. They teach all types and models of machines, including: home model standard and computerized sewing machines, combo sewing and embroidery, computer software, digitizing and editing, and sergers (standard & computerized) but you do not need a machine to take the class. This way you can try sewing before you invest in a machine.
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