A couple of months ago liZ and I flew to Colorado to film some courses with Craft University, which is an online education program for those who want to learn new crafting techniques, deepen their understanding of a current craft, and learn skills including quilting, sewing, knitting, jewelry making, beading, spinning, weaving, crochet and more.
Craft University makes learning new crafting techniques or expanding on skills you already have, both fun and rewarding. You can complete lessons on your own schedule within your class sessions. In each class, you’ll get guidance from an experienced instructor, interact with other students, and complete exercises that will help you grow as an artist. In these online crafting classes you will use some of the most prestigious craft resources on the market.
Their online classes cover a variety of different topics, from quilting and sewing, to jewelry making, to weaving and mixed media. And the great part about is that all the classes are done on your own schedule so you can go back and review techniques or watch in the comfort of your pajamas!
We have two upcoming courses on Craft University–both of which we are really excited about. The first course that starts next week is a Quilting Basics Course and is all about making a baby quilt start to finish. We have designed the course for beginners as well as someone who wants a fast sew…..and is PERFECT for showing the basics of how to make a quilt start to finish. We go over everything from making the right fabric choices for your quilting project to sewing the quilt top, backings, basting, quilting the quilt top and then binding it. It is meant to show the whole quilting process from start to finish!
Go HERE to read all about the quilting course and there is a coupon for $10 off as well….so you will have plenty to do this summer with making all the baby quilts you want!
REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/24Ade70
ENTER COUPON CODE: QBBABY10 for $10 off this course!
We are so excited to interact with all of you and to show you how fun and simple quilt making can be!
~Elizabeth and liZ