Machine sewing is not only money-saving, but it also provides a tremendous sense of self satisfaction, knowing that you made it yourself. In this class, which is a continuation of A Beginner's Guide to Machine Sewing, the instructor will teach students how to sew different styles of decorative pillows, window valances, seat cushions with different types of trims, and a baby quilt. The emphasis in this course will be on a conceptual understanding of the creative process, rather than adhering to patterns, thereby allowing for self-expression. Students will be expected to apply that conceptual understanding to their chosen sewing project. The instructor will guide students through the process of their project, giving them step-by-step feedback along the way. Please Note: A basic, working knowledge of machine sewing, or having completed the Beginner's Guide to Machine Sewing course, is a prerequisite for this course. Students will need a sewing machine. A list of supplies will be provided prior to the first class.