Trying to find the free videos we used to watch but do you have to pay for them now?
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I googled Sharon Schambers Basting today and watched the tot on it
from what I understand, someone else posted....she does have a subscription site...sounds like it's in addition to her free tuts.
Maybe you get more stuff on the subscription site.
Personally, for the things I make, I'm happy with all the freebie info I find on the web. There is a wealth of free information out there....and on this site, to keep me busy.
If you scroll down, there is a free part for long arm quilting.
SS has around 10 free videos on youtube.
There's her website http://www.sharonschamber.com/
which deals with her quilts, her teaching schedule, and also has an online shop featuring her quilting notions (Halo, thin nozzles).
And then there's the SSNetwork with current online videos on a variety of topics (with new ones being added).
The membership fee is $139 (for now).
When it first launched a few years ago it was over $200, and there were major server/technical issues.
I couldn't even download the initial offering.
But I have to say, I keep thinking of signing up.
I guess I was so impressed with her videos.
I love the way she deconstructs each process and re-engineers it to meet her specifications.
And you can't argue with the results.
I barely have time to keep up with the The Quilt Show videos
(I think I'm 3 or 4 behind), but if things slow down a bit, I'd definitely give it a try.
If she came to the guild, or she was teaching at Houston,
it could cost that much just for one or two classes.
Here's a link to the offerings: