If you would like to propose a class to be held during one of our retreats, please use the form below.
Please list all the materials students must bring to participate in this class. It is important to keep your supply list manageable to encourage registration. Please submit in paragraph form separating each item with a comma. Do not list homework, that can be listed in the next question.
Kit fees are for materials the Instructor will provide each student in class and should only cover items that need to be purchased in bulk, are difficult to source, or need to be constructed pre-class. If you choose to print handouts for your students please include the printing costs in this materials fee.
If you have any images supporting your proposed class please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the name of your class in the message.
In submitting this class proposal, I ascertain that I am not infringing on any protected design rights. Checking this box confirms that your work is original and any copyright discrepancies will be resolved among the instructors involved and not by Potluck Yarn.
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