Craftsy Charity Giveaway

March is National Craft Month! To celebrate, Craftsy is throwing a special promotion. Any student that purchases a class through an instructor link from 2/29 - 3/13 will be entered to win a $1,000 donation to a craft-focused charity of his/her choice!

It's no secret that quilters are some very caring and supportive people. Whether it's Project Linus, Quilts of Valor, or any other number of worthy organizations, quilters help the world be a better place through their participation and giving, both monetarily and with their time and creative works.

Now's a great time to purchase my Craftsy class, Quilting with Rulers on a Home Machine, and my link will give you the 50% off discount I have been giving my readers.

If you've already enjoyed my class on ruler work, you'll love these two classes to take that could be utilized with ruler work: Angela Walters' Dot to Dot Quilting and Kim Brunner's Machine Quilting with Templates. Later this week, I'll have some other classes for you that I am loving right now.

Now is a great time for your quilting friends to learn about this technique and take advantage of these deals too, so spread the word. Craftsy has a special focus on bringing new students to the Craftsy platform and if there's enough new enrollees, they're going to double that charitable donation to one student's craft related charity of choice to $2000.

If you or a friend have never bought a class from Craftsy, let me tell you it is a fabulous way to learn from nationally recognized teachers on a huge range of topics. The quality of the video is amazing! It is so much better than any Youtube video, including mine. Trust me, those camera guys know their stuff!

They're so sure you'll love your class, there's a 100% money back guarantee. You can watch the class over and over so you can catch every bit of the information. You can ask questions of the instructor and get answers! Everyday I log on to my class platform and answer questions, participate in discussions, and check out my students' projects.

Maybe you think you can find the same information for free elsewhere on the internet? Not so. Craftsy makes sure their classes are full of value for the student. They take great care to avoid repeating the same info that might already be available. I share a lot about my own technique here, but see this recent 5 star review about my class by "jlos":

Excellent. Have been following Amy's blog for some time and wondered if this class would have much more than her very well done blog. Decided to take a chance and am very glad I did.

To get registered for the charity giveaway, you must use special instructors' affiliate links. Here's another one of mine:  In the interest of full disclosure, your use of my links helps fund my work and keeps me going.

I love Craftsy's classes and I know you will too!

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