Introducing Craftsy’s Startup Library: Longer Format Wokshops

Just a quick note to say that Craftsy is doing a new series of classes called “Startup Library.” They are a longer format (and therefore a bit more expensive). Rather than the standard 1 1/2 to 2 hour class, the Startup Library workshops will be anywhere between 4-6 hours, literally taking you from start to finish through any project. Right now they only have 3 new classes available (hand embroidery, cake decorating, and painting with watercolors ). But I have it on good authority that there will be a startup class for every craft they offer (including quilting later this year – hint, hint). How cool is that??

Because I’m a Craftsy Instructor, I get to offer you a special discount not available anywhere else. From now until July 19, you can use my instructor affiliate links below to save 25% off the regular price of these classes. Click the images for details and to see a preview of that class:

Startup Library Classes:

Cratfsy startup library Hand EmbroideryClick here to save 25% off Startup Library: Hand Embroidery

Startup Library: Painting with WatercolorsClick here to save 25% off Startup Library: Cake Decorating

Craftsy Startup Library Painting with WatercolorsClick here to save 25% off Startup Library: Painting with Watercolors

This new series is designed to help you master a craft, whether you’ve dabbled in it before, or are completely new to it. I know I’ve always wanted to learn more about cake decorating, so I think I’m going to have to enroll in that one as a treat for myself, once I finish my next quilting deadline!!

Just like all of the other Craftsy classes they offer (including mine), you can interact with the instructor and other students by posting questions and comments on the Craftsy platform.

how the coupon works

When you use my instructor affilaite links above, you won’t see the discount until you add it to your cart, so I know it can be a bit confusing. Just click the link of the class you want and it will take you to the home page for that class. It should say “coupon has been applied to your cart” on the top of the page, so you know it worked. Then click “add to cart”, check out and you’ll be all set. You can add more than one startup library class to your cart with the links above and get the discount on both.

If you decide to enroll, please let me know what you think about the new longer format. Happy making!!

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