Craftsy’s BIG Fall Course Sale!
Have you heard Craftsy’s BIG Fall Course Sale is happening now?
Learn from the world’s best instructors in the comfort of your home, when you shop up to 50% off ALL online classes! Once you enroll you can watch your classes anytime, anywhere, forever.
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- Watch classes on your own schedule: wherever, whenever you want.
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- 100% money back guarantee.
Take a PEEK at some of the classes offered!
Amazing Applique: Upgrade your appliqué skills with Kimberly Einmo. Create the Lotsa Dots quilt, featuring three sizes of appliqué circles and snazzy twin-needle machine appliqué techniques. Make a custom-fit sewing machine cover. Bring the Good Morning, Sunshine quilt to life with perfect Dresden plates!
Garden of Quilted Possibilities: Combine fabrics, fusible appliqué techniques and piecing possibilities as you create three lighthearted yet elegant quilt projects. Use Edyta’s Rule of Five to choose fabric combinations that add dimension and visual interest to your work. Learn to personalize projects with pieced alphabet letters as you make a heartwarming table runner. Go step by step through creating a fusible appliqué wallhanging featuring a beautiful vase overflowing with flowers and topped off with a perched bird. Finally, combine pieced Dresden plates with fusible appliqué flowers for a quilt that’s a breathtaking addition to any room.
Playful Piecing Techniques: Join Moda fabric designer Camille Roskelley for her signature timesaving techniques, and brush up on basics with a cute Charm Square pincushion project. Then, learn to use Jelly Roll pre-cuts for the charming Spools quilt and conquer Honeycomb pre-cuts for the Juggle quilt. You’ll learn to sew up these hexagons without tricky Y-seams! Explore machine quilting and nine stunning stitches to finish off your quilt in style, and shave hours off your project with machine binding. You can also add to your class experience with the same fabric kit Camille uses to create the Piece of Cake 2 quilt. Look for info about the kit when you add the class to your cart!
Improvisational Piecing, Modern Design: In bold prints, bright solids and neutrals with impact, Jacquie’s designs will push you to experiment and improvise. While her aesthetic is bold and modern, Jacquie’s block construction techniques – and her ability to be improvisational and precise at the same time – will add new tricks to the tool kit of even the most experienced quilter. You’ll learn stitch-and-flip triangles, the slice-and-insert technique and a modern twist on crazy piecing. And Jacquie’s joy in creating fabric art will teach you to “savor every stitch as you sew,” just as she does.
Inspired Modern Quilts: Keep your quilting fresh with modern quilt designs taught by Elizabeth Hartman, author of the popular blog “Oh, Fransson”! Create seven modern quilts using a variety of creative techniques including improvisational piecing, piecing on a paper foundation, and machine appliqué. Let Elizabeth walk you through her design process and favorite techniques for everything from creating useful tools for your sewing area to fabric selection and planning your quilt compositions.
Machine Quilting Negative Space: Advance your skills with the guidance of Angela Walters, an experienced quilting instructor and author of Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters. Go from sketching simple patterns to sewing complex designs, turning your previously plain palettes into wonderful works of art. Angela will teach you how to break up negative space with a variety of motifs, including pebbles, paisleys, circles and swirls. You’ll travel through a garden of stitched leaves as you incorporate different design elements to produce subtle and sumptuous surfaces. Take advantage of your quilt’s empty canvas by enrolling in Machine Quilting Negative Space today!
Hurry, offer expires September 22, 2014 at 11:59 PM MT.
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