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Thread: FREE Crafty Class

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    FREE Crafty Class

    I just received an email notice: Here is the link to the FREE Crafty Class:

    "Creative Quilt Backs class, and goodbye to featureless, boring backs! Unlike quilt tops, backs are often overlooked as an opportunity for increasing the intricacy and beauty of a quilt. Join renowned quiltmaker Elizabeth Hartman, and learn a smattering of techniques to make your quilt backs just as vibrant and appealing as your tops. This class is 100% free, so enroll today, and easily learn new quilting skills."

    http://www.craftsy.com/classes

    Scroll down and you will see the free classes
    Carol

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    WOW - I have been wanting to try one of their classes and for free how lucky can I get. Thanks for sharing this - I would have missed it.

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    Thank you I was able to get it for free also but it just keeps loading and loading and I am unable to see anything.
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    @nygal...I had the same issue. I was able to watch most of it but it kept stopping and reloading and I had to stop and reload...it was good but I do that anyways. the only good tip for me was the 2 inch rule. top first then batting 2 inches wides, then back two more inches wider when FMQ'ing or regular quilting.

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    Thank you!

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    They also have the block-of-the-month class which is free.

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    Thanks for the heads up on a free class. I've done several craftsy classes and have learned something helpful from each. I've been inspired to try something new also. I'm watching my pennies so I try to find the free and reduced price classe...they send out adverts periodically for the classes on sale. It's a good deal.

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    thanks! I love their classes!

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    Thanks a bunch! I'm watching right now. I never thought of rolling up the quilt top & batting and then placing on your batting. Elizabeth does such a good job explaining things and her teaching manner is excellent!
    http://www.thingsthatarenotperfect.blogspot.com/

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    I saw this class a couple days ago. Elizabeth Hartman does a great job.

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