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Thread: Leah Day's FMQ Craftsy Class

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    Leah Day's FMQ Craftsy Class

    All Craftsy classes are on sale through 11/26 for $19.99 or less. Has anyone taken Leah Day's free motion quilting class on Craftsy? Just wondering if there is more to learn there than on her website. THX for any input!

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    I bought the class this morning. Have not watched it yet.

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    I just bought but haven't watched yet, either.

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    Leah Day Class

    Quote Originally Posted by LavenderBlue View Post
    All Craftsy classes are on sale through 11/26 for $19.99 or less. Has anyone taken Leah Day's free motion quilting class on Craftsy? Just wondering if there is more to learn there than on her website. THX for any input!
    I enrolled and am in the process of taking the class. I find it very informative although it is also very basic, at least the lessons I have gone through. I have a longarm, and her class is using a DSW, but it is still transferable to my machine. I especially like the fact that she is using the free BOM Craftsy class as the "sample" so you learn how to quilt blocks. For 19.99 it is well worth it.

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    I have also enrolled in her class and some of the others. I think they are all great. I learn alot from her , for I am trying to learn FM, and this help.

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    I am a beginner quilter and am watching her class. It is very informative. I have several of the Craftsy quilting classes and I really like them all. Just bought one on baking bread. Can't wait to start that one.

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    I watched her class. I'm not a beginner but still learned a lot from her. She's a great teacher!
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    I have several of her classes and love them... Lots to be learned and the "tricks"...
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    I am currently enrolled. Have watched most of the videos, but had to take a break for Thanksgiving. I'm looking forward to getting back to the videos. Leah is a fantastic teacher.

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    I am taking several now and trusting for a miracle.

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    I've been reading Leah's blog and watching her tutorials free for years. I just bought her Craftsy class. If there is nothing new in it, at least I feel like I will be helping to support her generosity. I've purchased items through her website for the same reason.

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    I did the 2012 BOM that Leah is using for this class. I'm hoping it will help me not only with FM quilting but also "how to decide what quilting patterns to use where on a quilt once it is finished". I'm looking for something more than just using pantagraphs on my quilts. I have watched her classes on line and really enjoy her teaching methods. I am looking forward to getting into this but like others I had the holiday going on instead of quilting. Happy Holidays and quilting to all!

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