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Thread: Craftsy Classes

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    I have taken one class from them and I love that you are able to watch it anytime. I will sign up for another class.
    Tessa

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    I have taken many Craftsy classes and enjoyed every one of them and learned a lot. I have not, however, taken the new Kay England is doing. The idea of being able to return, sometime time after time, to get something that didn't sink in the first or fifth time is very convenient.
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    I really like the craftsy classes. I was just a little disappointed in this class. Maybe I'm just too new a quilter to be able to follow along with her. I am going to try some of the blocks.

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    I prefer Quilt University classes to Craftsy as I personally find the quality and originality of the processes they teach at QU to be better. I've taken 2 Craftsy courses and perhaps a dozen Quilt University classes over the years. I must admit that I may be biased as the Craftsy teachers seem to have voices and mannerisms that somehow really get on my nerves, so it's hard for me to watch them more than once, but that's just me.
    Maggie in Jerusalem
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    I have signed up for several of them. I have enjoyed and learned alot from all of them. Watch and get them when they are on sale.

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    I love, love, love the classes. I like the art quilting. So I am having a thrill learning from Wendy. I also like the one with the embellishments, the couching, etc. The classes are fantastic. Once you buy one or two, they send you e-mails with deals and major discounts on the classes. They even had a buy one get one earlier this year. I usually only pay $19.99 and never more than $29.99. Give it a try. You will really like it.
    Karen from Appleton, Wisconsin

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    Quilt University is nice too. No one can complain about the class cost that's for sure. I pay $45 to $65 per day for a guild class/workhop with a well know teacher so the price for the online classes are a bargain.
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