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Thread: Annie's Catalog Online Classes

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    Annie's Catalog Online Classes

    I stumbled upon this site and found quilting classes that remind me of Craftsy.com.

    http://www.anniescatalog.com/onlineclasses/

    Anyone here tried it??
    You can have any design you want. As long as it's loops!

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    looks like they're trying to emulate Craftsy's success. Hopefully, they'll have sales like Craftsy does.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Yes, it's a little steep. I can't find that they have a satisfaction guarantee, either.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    looks like they're trying to emulate Craftsy's success. Hopefully, they'll have sales like Craftsy does.
    You can have any design you want. As long as it's loops!

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    I've known about these classes for awhile now. The only one I'm interested in is the longarm one, but it's a little pricey, so haven't tried it yet. I, too, think they are trying to emulate Craftsy's success. I wish them the best, but they need to come down on their prices or give specials from time to time, like Craftsy does.

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    Used to be clotilde's.....I get the catalog. They also sell "old fashioned" candy and food, but the prices are high too.

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    Sign up for the newsletter. They email notices about free classes you can take to try them out. Some of the classes that are free are only for a certain time and then you have to buy them

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    Wendy Sheppard has a machine quilting class there that I'm interested in. She is such an incredibly talented quilter! It's $35. I think I did see something about a money back guarantee.
    http://www.thingsthatarenotperfect.blogspot.com/

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