Are you creative? love to dable in sewing and art? I have been sewing since I was a child and love it. Craftsy is a super awesome site that give FREE classes and more
Sewing Machine 911
Sewing Machine 911 Enjoy your class as many times as you want, whenever you want. Your access never expires. In my free online Craftsy class, Sewing Machine 911, I teach all about the typical ills most machines suffer from, and how to easily remedy those pesky problems. Gain confidence in troubleshooting your own machine issues with my tips and tricks. In this class, I discuss both vintage and modern machines, new and used. All of these machines can sew, and they can sew well when the user understands them correctly. Work with me and get to know the ins and outs of your sewing machine, including the basic components of each machine, spotting symptoms, knowing when to take your machine to a professional, and much more!
Short Rows – Free Knitting Class
Learn how to easily customize your knitting with short rows in the brand new, totally free, online Craftsy class, Short Rows, taught by knit designer Carol Feller. Explore new and creative ways to use shorts rows as Carol shows you how to raise the collar of a sweater, shape shoulders, hemlines, yokes, hats, scarves, and shawls. Work through four different methods of short rows — the traditional wrap and turn, Carol’s variation of the wrap and turn, Japanese short rows, and yarn over short rows — and when to use each technique. Short Rows is free, so there’s nothing to lose. Sign up now!
Craftsy Block of Month
The Craftsy Block of the Month is a completely free, year-long online class instructed by expert quilter, Amy Gibson. There are 12 installments, each one posted on the first day of every month. The first 10 months/installments teach our students two new exciting blocks (brand new designs or funky spins on traditional blocks). The last two months are dedicated to finishing the quilt. At the end of the class, our students will have full-size and one-of-a-kind quilts. Like all of our classes, students can view it whenever it’s convenient for them, and can watch them however many times they’d like. It’s filmed in high-definition, and it’s fully interactive—students can ask Amy questions as they go.