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Saturday, February 06, 2016


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Thanks for the Craftsy reviews. I love the Craftsy platform and have purchased many of their classes. From the four you have above the only one I didn't have was Laura Knownes, but now from your review I will have to add it to the rest.

P.S. When are you going to have a class on Craftsy?


I might have an online class someday Jodi, just need to block out a few months to develop and plan one! So far I've not had the time. Thank you for thinking of me and glad you enjoyed my reviews!

Joyce Carter

Thanks for all the info, Pat. I am really excited about the sampler blocks that are going to be shared. I love doing applique, both by hand and machine so I am looking forward to that. But, honestly, I have never done paper piecing. I am a little intimidated when it comes to these blocks. I would love to learn though so I guess I am most excited about learning how to do this. Thank you so much for all you do.

Shelly Hoffman

Wready to learn all about applique techniques and foundation paper piecing.. Looking forward to The Splendid Sampler!!!

Pat hale

Great resources but could you also include some free references and videos as well? Thanks!

Susan Brooks

I'm excited to learn more about quilting. I'm excited to be in the world wide community.


I am hoping to learn more about curved piecing. Sew I am hoping there will be some in the sampler.
Thanks for all you do for us Miss Pat. ;)


I am very excited about the applique/embroidery blocks. I am not promising to make all 100...no EPP for me. But I'm game for trying almost everything else. Cannot wait to start

Dalina Stevens

I love Craftsy, and have purchased many classes. And downloaded lots of the free patterns. etc.

Janet Green

love the craftsy platform!! I love to learn I think it keeps your brain young! I am hoping to learn couching this year. I saw an example and it looks neat! also I believe you can outline some pretty amazing motifs with it. So part of my plan is to try something I have never done!

Diana M

I am excited to relearn paper piecing. In the beginning, 15 years ago, I used printer paper and it was clumsy and inaccurate. I want to learn how the new kids do it.

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