Surprise, AZ

I have been crafty for about 10 years now. I started learning after my divorce as a way to occupy my mind and time. I enjoy sewing gifts, especially bags and quilts. I hope to expand my knowledge base so I can sew many more things!

Craftsy Member since August 2012

I'm enrolled in these Craftsy classes:

Next Steps in Silhouette Studio
Bag-Making Basics: Drawstring Bag & Bucket Bag
QuiltCon Lecture Series 2013
Shuttle Tatting
Sew Sturdy: Home Organizers
Quilting With Rulers on a Home Machine
Bag-Making Basics: Reversible Tote & Zipper Pouch
Designing Modern Quilts
Drawing Anime Style
Tailoring Ready-to-Wear
Creative Quilting with Your Walking Foot
Machine Embroidered Classics
2014 Block of the Month: Craftsy Color Theory
40 Techniques Every Sewer Should Know
Big Techniques from Small Scraps
The Machine Embroidered T-Shirt
Big Embroidery With a Small Hoop
Sensational Square-agonals®
Piece, Patch, Quilt: Basic Quiltmaking Skills
A New Look at Longarm Quilting
Complete Knife Skills
Professional Family Portraits
Sew Ready: Machine Basics
Pattern-Free Quiltmaking
Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 2
Color Play for Quilters
Inspired Modern Quilts: 7 Small Projects With Big Style
Finishing School: Edges & Bindings
Perfect Pizza at Home
Figure Drawing: An Essential Guide
Improvisational Piecing, Modern Design
Inset & Appliqué Circles by Machine
Machine Quilting Beautiful Borders
Sewing Texture
Stitch & Slash
Dot-to-Dot Quilting
Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 1
Sewing Machine Feet from A to Z
Modern Buttercream
Mastering Zipper Techniques
Free-Motion Quilting With Feathers
Quick-Strip Paper Piecing
Craftsy Block of the Month 2012
Free Motion Quilting a Sampler
Stupendous Stitching
Creative Serging
Beginner Serging
Pictures to Pixel Quilts
Creative Quilt Backs
Craftsy Block of the Month 2013
The Machine Embroidered Quilt
Indian Curries: The Basics & Beyond

2 Class Projects

Class: Sew Sturdy: Home Organizers
with Annie Unrein

Class: Craftsy Block of the Month 2012
with Amy Gibson

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