The Free Motion Quilting Project: Try a Free Craftsy Class!

Friday, February 20, 2015

Try a Free Craftsy Class!
If you've never taken a Craftsy class, you don't know what you're missing. Craftsy is an online learning website with over 600 classes of streaming video on every craft you can imagine: quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, weaving, and even cooking and home decoration.

Click here to sign up and try out a free quilting class today!

Since 2012, I've taught three classes for Craftsy, which you can learn about here. My goal as a teacher has always been to read as many students as I possibly can, and by designing and teaching these classes with Craftsy, I've been able to reach over 40,000 students from all over the world.

Every class is a streaming video which is always available any time of the day or night. Even better, you can watch classes over and over, from your phone or computer or iPad, and interact with the instructor and other students. Once you purchase a class, you'll never lose access because the class never expires. So even if you sign up for a class today and don't get around to watching it until next year, it will still be available in your account.

Here are a few of my most recent favorite classes on Craftsy:

Help, How Do I Quilt It? - How many times have you asked yourself this question? Angela Walters breaks down many quilting techniques and demonstrates how to quilt a variety of quilts with many different designs. Quilting with Your Walking Foot - I used to be a major anti walking foot snob until I watched Jackie Gerring's awesome and eye-opening class on walking foot style quilting. Jackie walks you through many different designs and gives you a realistic idea of how long it will take to quilt your own quilts.

Click here to find these classes in the quilting category on Craftsy!

Taking a Craftsy class is a totally different experience than taking a traditional quilting class put on by your guild or local quilt shop. Check out the site and sign up today for any of these free classes. You'll learn a lot about quilting and have a blast mastering new techniques on your own time.

Let's go quilt,

Leah Day

1 comment:

  1. I can totally recommend your Free Mtion Quilt a Sampler class! I followed it at the start of 2013 and really loved it. The videos are so easy to watch. Thanks for sharing your skills. I start and finish all my threads with your technique, so easy and tidy!


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