How to find inspiration when creating garments and preparing healthy fish will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. (All times are Mountain.)
Rae Cumbie is a custom dressmaker, artist and designer, and she will talk about how she finds inspiration for her work in a variety of places. She’ll also explain how to use her ideas to create a beautiful garment. She is the President of the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals in Baltimore, MD.
Chef and cooking school owner, John Vollertsen (known as Chef Johnny Vee) will demonstrate preparing Salmon en Papilote, or salmon baked in parchment paper, which is a quick, easy and elegant way to prepare this popular and healthy fish. His school is the Los Cosas Cooking School in Santa Fe, NM.
Information on cooking with pears, developing a retirement plan, and using an edgestitch foot for attaching pockets to garments will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. (All times are Mountain.)
Pat Baird represents the Northwest Pear Bureau, and she’s going to discuss why pears are so good for us, and how they may even help us lose weight. Baird lives in Greenwich, Conn.
Thomas Lee is an elder attorney with Senior Resources of America, and he’s going to talk about how to develop a specific plan to support your vision of the future so you don’t outlive your nest egg. He lives in West Hills, Calif.
Carol Bell is a sewing instructor with Ann Silva’s Bernina Sewing Center in Albuquerque, and she’s going to demonstrate using a #10 edgestitch foot to attach a pocket to a blouse or shirt.