Have you visited Craftsy’s web site recently? They have a dozen new classes including How to Start a Cake Business, Foundations of Double Knitting, Intro to Isomalt, and Beading with Wire, Chain & Leather. There are also several new quilting and sewing classes, too!
A few months ago I ordered and watched the video course Shoot It! A Product Photography Primer, and it was well worth the investment. You can read my full review of this course here, and my review of the wonderful Fab Felt Holiday Crafts class here.
I’m always ready to brush up on my skills or learn a new craft altogether! There are several classes that I would love to take as soon as time allows. Fortunately, I can watch the videos and print off the materials any time I like – including in the middle of the night!
My Craftsy Wish List – Just the top three!
1. Crochet Lab – Basic Techniques & Patterns, with Vickie Howell
2. How to Teach It, with Gwen Bortner
3. Drab To Fab Furniture Upcycling, with Ann Marie Auricchio
Craftsy offers many different online classes and projects in a variety of crafting genres and price ranges – and if you’d like to try one before you buy, there a few free classes available! Craftsy also offers a money-back guarantee – check out all of the other great Craftsy Classes by clicking here.
Disclosure: I am an affiliate of Craftsy and will receive a small commission if the links above are used to make a purchase. Nevertheless, my opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours.
Copyright 2013 Kathryn Depew