Friday, November 2, 2012

FREE Online Craft Courses Available From Craftsy!

Craftsy offers online courses about all of your favorite crafty topics – taught by amazing instructors. Craftsy courses are online, so they are available to you anytime you want for as long as you want – they have no scheduled class times, so you can enjoy them entirely on your own schedule. 

Each course is taught by an acclaimed instructor and consists of several hours of HD-quality video content… but Craftsy courses are much more than just video! While taking a Craftsy course, you can:

1.) Ask your instructor questions, upload photos, and get personalized responses

2.) Participate in discussions with your classmates
Access supporting course materials – including patterns and helpful tips & tricks

3.)Bookmark your favorite moments in the video so that you can easily re-watch them and take notes that you can refer back to anytime

The classes below are only a small example of the online classes Craftsy has to offer. The ones below are free for the watching! Check them out. 

I really enjoy the Block of the Month~ I have been attempting my hand at quilting for the past few years. It has been a difficult task for me to do, as I find myself intimidated by it. Watching these tutorials has made it easier for me to handle the task at hand. With each passing week I am getting closer and closer to completion.

FREE Block of the Month class at

free short rows knitting class at

FREE Online Sewing Class

Online Quilting Class 

Online Quilting Class

Craftsy offers workshops, online classes, patterns, and so much more. It couldn't be easier to register, you only need your email and a password or you can use Facebook!

I also love looking through all the pictures of members projects or on the blog. This is inspires me with new ideas for decorating.

They also gather together to fight and create for a cause. Check out the latest cause:

"Join Craftsy in partnering with Knitted Knockers for Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Use the “Tit-Bits” pattern to create a set of “Knitted Knockers” for women who have recently undergone treatment for breast cancer."

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