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Dot-to-Dot Quilting

with Angela Walters

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(133 reviews)

rated 5 stars

Loved it!!

I loved this class. If I had anything negative to say it would be that it wasn't long enough, I wish it would have kept going and going, it was that much fun! Angela inspired me so much that I was up until 3:30am last night practicing. :) And I love her philosophy that it doesn't need to be perfect!! You'll never get perfect. Asking for perfection is setting yourself up for failure. It was great to see that even Angela wasn't perfect and that made me feel good. Thank you for all the new ...

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Nan Jan
rated 5 stars

I Was Reluctant To Actually Pay For An Online Class, But So Glad I Did!

First Craftsy class for me. Great experience. I like that each segment ends and you go ahead and practice what Angela taught. The close ups of her doing the sewing were what I needed. Each time I did the designs till I worked out the kinks. My lines got better and better. Sometimes Angela's didn't look as good as mine! That secretly made me smile, it boosted my confidence. I love that I can go back and watch the various segments again and I can print out the designs as well as the free quilt ...

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rated 5 stars

Just What I Needed!

I found myself doing the same old FMQ patterns & needed new inspiration. Thanks Angela! I have so many new ideas & love your laid back style of teaching!

rated 5 stars

Great possibilities

I really loved seeing the possibilities and the mechanics of how to do these designs without cutting thread. Obviously she uses a long arm with rulers for her own work so her work here was a bit sloppy, but the fundamentals and ideas were there and all I needed.

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