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Thread: Have you seen "pay for" tuts from Missouri Star??

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    Senior Member Scraps's Avatar
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    Today I received an e mail from McCall's with an offer to sign up for and pay for tutorials from Missouri Star Quilt Co. I don't know how much, but if you sign up now, it is 40% off. I love Missouri Star tutorials on U Tube. I won't be paying, but found this interesting.

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    With all of the free tutorials out there, there is no way I'm paying for one, even at 40% off. Good grief!

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    You've gotta be kidding! There is no way. Pay for tutes that encourage us to buy the products they sell???? You'd have to be out of your mind!

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    WOW! :shock: I totally agree! Why in the world would we pay for tutorials when there are tons and tons of them online?? JMHO but don't think this will be a profitable adventure??!

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    I won't be paying for tuts you can be sure of that.

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    I wonder how the tutorials will differ from the free ones on Youtube...I wonder if this is a new venture or something the company has offered all along?

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    Be sure to read the syllabus for paid tutorials. There might be more included than what we find on YouTube. For example, a paid tutorial might include interactive opportunities-- i.e., you quilt along at the same time, submit a photo of your progress and get feedback (online) from the instructor.

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    Aren't these more of a class than a tute? :D:D:D

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    I am kind of interested in it. I don't have internet at home right now, so if I got the class, I would need to be able to transfer it to my home computer and take it at a later date./ I haven't been able to take a class due to cost in my area...so I don't know, half price might be worth it to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Aren't these more of a class than a tute? :D:D:D
    This was my understanding also .... a real class as opposed to just a tutorial on a specific technique.

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