I have signed up for a lot of Craftsy classes. It is just too easy – video access to some great designers, sewists, quilters, and so much more. But when we moved overseas I had a hard time accessing the videos because of internet issues. The apartment we are in was built in the rush to build the city back up from it’s almost completely destruction during World War II, and so I am fairly sure the building is made of concrete infused with something that makes wifi turn and run the other way. Okay, it’s not that bad in all of the rooms, but it’s really not great. We recently bought a wifi booster so I am hoping I can watch videos in my sewing room. Unfortunately for me, it’s just about the farthest away from the router one can get in the apartment.
Anyway, the most recent class I’ve been watching is the Dot to Dot Quilting Class by Angela Walters. I have a handful of quilts that I need to finish and I really want to expand my quilting. So far I do a lot of straight lines, and that’s fine of course, but I would love to do something just a little more. I love this class because Angela shows you how to quilt without having to mark your quilt. I admit it’s the marking of quilts that holds me back from extensive quilting. I like simple designs and I want my quilts to look awesome with those designs. I can’t wait to baste a couple of baby quilts and practice!
Which Craftsy classes have you taken? Do you have a favorite?
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