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Cut to It: Strategies for Smarter Quilting

with Debbie Caffrey

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(248 reviews)

rated 5 stars


Extremely informative and carefully organized for maximum learnning.

rated 5 stars

Such a helpful class!

This class helps you reduce your quilting workload in many ways and make efficient use of fabric. The instructor is very experienced and clear, being both logical and creative. I'm so glad I have lifetime access to this class because there's so much here that I want to keep reviewing as it becomes relevant to a particular project. Way to go, Deb and Craftsy!

rated 5 stars

Best Class Ever!

Love this class! I've watched it twice so far and learned something new each time. I knew there was some method or reason for all the numbering on quilting rulers, and now she has shown me how to use them! It's a fantastic technique class and will make you a better quilter with more precise cutting. Definitely a Must Take class!!

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rated 5 stars


I have learned so much. Debbie is easy to follow and very thorough. This is my second class of hers. I would definitely purchase more of her classes. I hope she does a piecing class.

rated 5 stars

Jam-packed with great information

This class is a gold mine! Debbie serves up one great technique after another. Just the one section on positioning your hands to keep rulers in place was enough to justify the course fee. Debbie seems to take full advantage of the Craftsy format with its ability to replay, review, bookmark and pause the material: she explains her techniques very clearly and keeps moving at a fast clip, so that there's no "fluff" and she is using each minute to present something new. You could say that ...

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