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Free Craftsy Class courtesy of JoAnn fabrics

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imageYesterday, on a Facebook forum, I saw an ‘enabler alert’ for a free Craftsy class offered by JoAnn Fabrics. I logged onto JoAnn fabrics to see if it was valid and it was.

I’m already a Craftsy member and was able to pick up another class. I chose Spinning Stupendous Singles by Amy King. It looks like the freebie is good until June 29, so you better act fast!

I shared the free Craftsy link with members of a Facebook sewing forum, where I’m a member, and many leaped at the free class. I already have purchased numerous classes on Craftsy, mostly spinning, but there are a few sewing courses tossed in there also.

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  1. I got one of those too. I am not a Craftsy member. I wonder if I can still use it.

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    Opal @ThreadLover Reply:

    You should see. Of course, you would have to sign up with Craftsy. I’ve been a member for years, but didn’t start actively using it until this year. As a new spinner, I purchased several spinning classes, which I have found extremely helpful. I still refer back to them. My daughter is a member too. She mainly watches the instructional videos for sketching, but she has a few beginning sewing classes also.

    Earlier this morning, a pizza making class caught my attention because the chef is making five types of breads for the various pizzas that he makes. I watched part of the video and already saw a technique that I will try. Here’s the link for that video. That course is already free, so if you take advantage, and the offer hasn’t expired, try to see if you can find a paid class that you or your children would like. http://www.craftsy.com/lecture/making-and-baking-pizzas/1846.html?t=1675&moneySymbol=%24&NAVIGATION_PAGE_CONTEXT_ATTR=CLASS
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