Back in April, I prepared a two-hour mini-workshop for our regional calligraphers' conference (sponsored by Write On Calligraphers of Edmonds) near Seattle. Calligraphers like myself learn to study from exemplars created by book authors or other classroom teachers. For my mini-workshop I had some booklearning to do to get up to speed on the correct formation of what we call versals. After quite a long hiatus from preparing to teach a historically-based letterform family, I simply loved the experience of creating an exemplar and brushing up in general on this adaptable form. In the past two years I have begun to use these letterforms often in my informal and formal work, both. A lot of people took my class at Letters of Joy, and some of them from Tacoma Calligraphy Guild requested that I be invited to teach a full-day version of my mini-workshop. (Thank you TCG members!) I couldn't be happier about this, so here is the information and you are welcome to inquire about spaces left in this conveniently-located workshop. Suitable for all levels.