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Thread: Started a Craftsy Class - I think I see more in my future

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    You're doing great!

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    Nice work!!
    I am doing the free course and loving it.
    Just signed up for the Jelly Roll class and can't wait to start!
    Enjoy
    Heather
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    I'm taking the paper piece class. I've watched all the lessons but haven't done any of them yet. However, it did show me the part where I couldn't understand how you could sew from the top but the bottom was the right side.

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    I have the 'Beyond Basic Machine Quilting' and still havn't seen all the segments. There is a lot of instruction and of course the printable supply list/course materials. There are several 'free' classes as well. I just signed up for the 'Quilting quickly II' class about 30 minutes ago. I recieved an e-mail from 'All People Quilt.com' with specials on most of the classes. (link attached) http://www.craftsy.com/classes/quilting. Much more convient than going out for a class and if you have questions, just ask.

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    Looks great! That's a very interesting technique!

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    Great job! I have signed up for some of these classes too. I really do like the way they present the subject. It really makes it fun to learn new techneques!

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    you're quilting is great! I've taken several of Craftsy's classes. That being one of them. I've gotten a lot of valuable information from that site & those classes.

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    I am taking this same class as well as a few others. However, the quilt police would give me a life sentence if they saw my free motion efforts thus far.
    ranbro

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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    YOur quiting looks great! Love it.
    This too shall pass.
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    I really like the Craftsy site and I have contemplated signing up for a class and after looking at your piece, I just think I might. Thanks for sharing. An inspiration for me.
    Pat
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    WOW!! What a GREAT job you've done with your free motion quilting. I keep looking at these things and thinking how difficult and time consuming they must be. Besides that, being a perfectionist doesn't help me wanting to try this. Tell me how difficult or not difficult it is????

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    Your "practice"pieces are wonderful. You are ready for the real thing!!!

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    I am taking the two free crafty classes. I like being able to take the class at my convenience - when I have free time, in the mood, I don't have to take the quilting notions, the sewing machine to the class. If I need to review, I can pick what part I need to hear or see again. The only problem I think I might have is wanting to sign up for too many classes and then not staying focused, getting stressed because I haven't finished the block, etc.

    Your machine quilting is an inspiration to sign up for this course.
    Carol

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    Good for you! The only way to really learn FMQing is to work at it as you have time; practice, practice, practice! It looks like you're off to a great start already.
    Wendy

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    haven't tried any yet but want to

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    Haven't tried it yet but yours is fantastic!

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    I have signed up for the machine quilting class but haven't gotten as far as you have. I am just at the point of starting the free motion. Yours looks great-it will inspire me to keep going.
    Daryl

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    Actually I started this class in early spring and had to take some time off to create a queen sizes pinwheel quilt for my daughter. Am now back working on the wall hanging and just finishing up doing free motion on the outer border. This is a GREAT learning project and the class is excellent in teaching how to successfully do free motion stitching.. Your doing a great job, keep up the good work and practice as much as you can and soon it'll become almost second nature...
    Bonnie B.

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    wow! what an inspiration! I have thought about taking the class, but wasn't sure if I can do it myself. Did you do it on your domestic machine? Wasn't the class on sale a couple of days ago for 19.99? OOOOhhhh, and I missed it!
    I think I will have to try it...thank you, keep up the good work

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    sweet sweet sweet i sign up with the class too
    #They Call Me QuickStitch!!

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    Very nice quilting!! I haven't taken any classes yet, but have become a member so that I can in the future!!

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    Holy cow your a quick learner. That looks awesome. Yeah learning things from home like that is well worth it. Obviously looking at yours your thinking so too. Good luck but I think you've got it.
    Kim

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    very nice job!!!!
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    Very cool! Looks like you're doing great!
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