Free BOM and Craftsy Flash Sale

Now that I’m going to be blogging for Craftsy on a regular basis (thanks to so many of you for reading my first Craftsy post), I thought it’s only fair to spread the Craftsy love whenever I think they are doing cool stuff. And don’t worry, I’m not going to slack around here – I still have plenty to say on my own blog, LOL!!

Craftsy BOM 2014So anyway, I love the fact that Craftsy offers so much free content on their site, including this year’s free block of the month series. The 2014 BOM is all about applying color theory to your quilts for dynamic results. I know that picking colors and choosing fabrics is my hardest part of making a quilt, so I’m excited to pick up a few tricks of the trade as I follow along with instructors Amy Walsh and Janine Burke.

Craftsy BOMI mean, doesn’t this look simply scrumptious?? And if such loud colors aren’t your thing, you can always go back and sign up for the BOM for 2013 or 2012 here. They are still available online for free! (I love free – don’t you?)

If you do get that itch to sign up for more classes, Craftsy is having a “flash sale” through the end of the day tomorrow, 1/19/14. There are a nice selection of quilting classes, most of which I signed up for during the last sale. πŸ™‚ Here are a couple couple of quick recommendations if you’d like to check them out:

Craftsy Class SaleCraftsy SaleCraftsy SalephotographyClick here to view all classes on sale this weekend and get started on something crafty!

6 thoughts on “Free BOM and Craftsy Flash Sale

  1. jon Rhonda says:

    This is so cool you are blogging for Craftsy!! I love Craftsy and almost ashamed to say I have bought A LOT of the classes and when you talk about more I will probably buy more! J I love the free patterns also. ANYTHING quilty I will get!! J


  2. Tiffany says:

    Thanks Christa! I took the plunge and signed up for my very first *paid* Craftsy class! “Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine.” After your review a few weeks ago and several others I’ve read since then, I just had to jump on it. I love making huge quilts that are big enough to go on my loved ones’ beds! I’m so excited!

  3. Sandra says:

    I took advantage! Got “Finishing School” for 50% off!! Mimi Dietrich is a diva in the quilt world, and her book “Happy Endings” was one of the very first quilt books I purchased. Now to check out the BOM freebies… πŸ™‚ Thanks for doing this, Christa.

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