Sewing with Knits – I’ve got this class waiting for me to finish the serger class and apply my new found skills to making some wardrobe basics for myself. Too often I seem to sew for the children and not myself but I want to change that.
Dot-to-Dot Quilting – I’m always drawn to the quilting classes and being a self taught quilter I ‘m keen to watch someone else quilt and see what I could be doing better. This class sounded like the perfect way to get quilting new designs without spending hours marking my quilts so I’m looking forward to watching it.
Piece by Piece: Quilt-As-You-Go Techniques – I’ve started using the Marti Michell templates in the Farmer’s Wife Sew Along so when I saw she had produced a Craftsy class I was intrigued. Not that it uses her templates but quilt-as-you-go is another time saving technique that I haven’t used much but would like to try.
Pre-Cut Piecing Made Simple – I’m a big fan of Camille Roskelly so these next two classes are really about me fangirling. I’m also a fan of pre-cut fabrics which allow me to get creative without spending hours cutting so I can’t wait to look closer at this class.
Playful Piecing Techniques – This class is one that I have partly completed and in fact was the inspiration for my Mini Spool Block Tutorial. It shows you how to make some lovely quilts plus some clever tips for cutting and piecing.
Creative Quilting with you Walking Foot – This class is one that I have actually watched all the way through although I haven’t tried all the techniques yet. I use a Pfaff sewing machine with a built-in walking foot so it makes sense to me to learn more ways of using the tools I already have to create more lovely quilts.
Cut To It Strategies for Smarter Quilting – Finally, a class to look at strategies for cutting smarter and quicker and more accurately. I don’t especially enjoy the cutting stage of quilt making so this will help me make it shorter and get to the fun sewing stage quicker!