Educators from across the state participated by attending B-Sew Inn Educator workshops and technology events, B-Sew Inn Guide classes, Education Division classroom interservice plus completion and documentation of Baby Lock workbook lessons.
According to Baby Lock spokesperson Josie Baird, the challenge was designed to promote an increase awarenesses of the advanced technology within fields of software digitizing and computerized monogramming equipment.
Holder placed second in the state with a total of 198 documented hours. The completion of these challenging hours allows her to stay on top of software advancements, technology enhancements and industry trends. As Missouri's second place winner, Holder's classroom received a new Baby Lock Ellegante Sewing and Embroidery Machine that they will be able to use this school year.