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Thread: Found a resource for online quilting classes

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    Hello Everyone, I came across online quilting classes and wondered if anyone else has taken these or something similar? If so, did you find them as helpful as taking quilting classes in person?
    Thank you for any feedback,
    JEGsgirl


    http://www.sympoz.com/class/Quilting...echniques-http://www.sympoz.com/class/Quilting-Quickly-Patterns-Techniques-Tips/9;jsessionid=FAEBA2FDB98C22CE2DF7E7C8A67361CE#

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    You might go to youtube.com and type in Missouri Quilt Company {missouriquiltco} in the search window. You will find numerous tutorials by Jenny Doan - she is fantastic the way she does her tutorials.

    Type in quilting in the search window in youtube.com and you will find numerous other tutorials by other quilters. The tutorials are so helpful - might not need to pay for a quilting class online. I personally would not hesitate to take one of Jenny Doan's classes if one can afford a class. I hope this helps you..... Happy Quilting

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    I've taken a few here
    http://www.quiltuniversity.com/

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    I am currently taking the class with Jenny Doan and I absolutely love it ..as a beginning quilter ( 7 months in) I find this class covers all the ground that I need to become successful. Jenny's style of teaching makes you have many light bulb moments where you say ahhh that is how you do that. If I have a question I simply ask and she emails me back. Her tips are invaluable as well as learning at my own pace. Its amazing!! I have watched everyone of her free video's and yes you learn but do you really get the fundamentals? I for one want the knowledge to make myself successful at quilting. I can't think of a better Christmas gift to give myself ...Which I did ..haha . I am also Laura108 in the class so come join me..I promise you will love it :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TenaHF
    You might go to youtube.com and type in Missouri Quilt Company {missouriquiltco} in the search window. You will find numerous tutorials by Jenny Doan - she is fantastic the way she does her tutorials.

    Type in quilting in the search window in youtube.com and you will find numerous other tutorials by other quilters. The tutorials are so helpful - might not need to pay for a quilting class online. I personally would not hesitate to take one of Jenny Doan's classes if one can afford a class. I hope this helps you..... Happy Quilting

    :lol:
    Thank you TenaHF for sharing! Great suggestion, you are correct. Jenny Doan is fantastic. I watched how to "Quilt As You Go" tutorial and was amazed by how quickly I grasped the concept.
    Yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    I've taken a few here
    http://www.quiltuniversity.com/
    Thank you NativeTexan for sharing this link with me. I just checked this site out and it looks like there are also great classes here. Going to go tackle some more research.
    Kind regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura108
    I am currently taking the class with Jenny Doan and I absolutely love it ..as a beginning quilter ( 7 months in) I find this class covers all the ground that I need to become successful. Jenny's style of teaching makes you have many light bulb moments where you say ahhh that is how you do that. If I have a question I simply ask and she emails me back. Her tips are invaluable as well as learning at my own pace. Its amazing!! I have watched everyone of her free video's and yes you learn but do you really get the fundamentals? I for one want the knowledge to make myself successful at quilting. I can't think of a better Christmas gift to give myself ...Which I did ..haha . I am also Laura108 in the class so come join me..I promise you will love it :)
    Thank you Laura108. I've saved the link and hope that I'll still be able to take advantage of the fantastic pricing this Friday.
    Your feedback and encouragement is appreciated.

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    I've taken dozens of classes from Quilt University over the last 10 years. The classes can start for beginners and go up through design classes. Anything you'd want, they have. The relationships between the students are great. In one of my classes, we had students from 20 countries!

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    i under if you see more classes in her video that you pay or are they the same ones like from youtube.com pleaes let know thank you Jeggirl

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    what i mean,t was there they the same one that are on youtube.com or better ones,i don,t know what i was thinking when i was writing the frist pm sorry

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