My favorite way to take a sewing class is in-person with Jane! When that is not possible, I turn to Craftsy.
I was introduced to Craftsy with a banner ad on some website I was visiting. I signed up for the free Short Rows Knitting class, and that opened the door to a world of learning. My next class was the Magical Jelly Roll Quilts class, followed by the Kinit Original Toe-Up Socks class.
What I love about the Craftsy classes are that you can replay the classes when you are doing the project again. I took a sock knitting class at our local yarn store, but then had forgotten how to start when I wanted to make another pair of socks. Craftsy to the rescue!
Recently, I made my daughter some yoga shorts from the pattern from Meg McElwee’s Sewing with Knits course. She just loves them, and they fit perfectly. I can wait to use the patters to make my travel wardrobe for this summer.
Are you looking to take your crafting to the next level, or perhaps branch out and learn a new skill, but aren’t sure where to get started? Check out the Craftsy Free Classes, mini classes that allow you to sample everything from food classes (Who couldn’t use Complete Knife Skills with Brendan McDermott?), to quilting (How fun would A New Look at Longarm Quilting with Mandy Leins – FREE! be?), to photography (Seriously, Learn How To Take Professional Family Portraits with Craftsy for FREE! could only help us all.) and more! Just register for your Craftsy account and get started!
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