Spring into Crafting: Meet the Instructors

Happy National Craft Month! Join us for a sneak peek at the Spring into Crafting mini-series. Craftsy, The Knitting Circle, National Sewing Circle, and National Quilters Circle, are teaming up to give you a bundle of fun springtime patterns and recipes. Next week, five incredible instructors will provide live demonstrations as they sew, quilt, knit, and bake. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, instructions, and recipes!

Series Schedule:

Monday, March 29th at 2:00 PM CT – Carrot Zipper Pouch

Tuesday, March 30th at 2:00 PM CT – Tulip Block Pillow

Wednesday, March 31st at 2:00 PM CT – Knitted Spring Tulip

Thursday, April 1st at 2:00 PM CT – Italian Braided Sweet Bread Wreath

Friday, April 2nd at 2:00 PM CT – Spring Basket

Brought to you by Craftsy, National Quilters Circle, National Sewing Circle and The Knitting Circle
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31 Responses to “Spring into Crafting: Meet the Instructors”
  1. Dorothy Schneider
    Dorothy Schneider

    Not sure just what to comment on. Looking forward to learning about the tulip pillow

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    • jane egan-cresswell
      jane egan-cresswell

      On your advert Vanessa is doing chunky crochet I’ve searched and searched I can’t find a class can you help? Xx

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  2. Kathleen Hauck
    Kathleen Hauck

    such an honor to meet you, Jen Lucas. I LOVE your knitting books and style!

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  3. Ginger Hipp
    Ginger Hipp

    So much energy from each of you. Looking forward to see the projects. I crochet, some sewing, starting to quilt, bake, chalk couture, cross stitch, diamond painting…..I’ll try nearly anything.

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  4. punkinst1@gmail.com
    punkinst1@gmail.com

    That is a clever idea with the cardboard to make the basket more sturdy. I love it!

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  5. Deborah Brothier
    Deborah Brothier

    Felting projects would be terrific and almost “instant gratification” lol
    – count me in, too!

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  6. ANNA
    ANNA

    I oil paint, crochet, learning to knit, sew and many other crafts. I am starting my own business “ANNA’S VINYL” and I would love to get more information on running a crafting business.

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