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Thread: Craftsy class sale

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    Thanks for posting this.

    Has anyone taken the Wendy Butler Burns Machine Quilting class? If so, what do you think of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl in FL View Post
    When I first started looking at the Craftsy classes, I wanted to do them all, but after signing up for a few I thought they stunk. There is one in particular that caused me to make a real blunder on my backing for two quilts. I have signed up and never finished most of them. They go way too slow for me.
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    AlienQuilter. I love Wendy Butler Burns. I would recommend them to anyone.

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    Well I signed up for a class last night and today it was $10 cheaper! I hadn't even had a chance to view it. I sent them an email asking if they could credit me or at least let me apply it to another class. You'd think if they're having a sale everything should have the sale price for the entire sale time. I hope they will credit me.

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    Thanks! I just signed up for two of her classes at 50 percent off. I took her class over another since she demonstrates on a domestic/regular sewing machine and the other one on a longarm (even though she said she gave tips for regular machines I just feel more comfortable with watching it done on a regular machine).

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    Really like Wendy Butler Burns. I think she is good at explaining steps.....I also enjoy Jenny Doan's quilt classes.

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