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Along with my own class, here are some others I’m enjoying. Want to learn something else? Check out the full Craftsy catalog!

Pain-Free Foundation Piecing

Paper piecing always turns my brain inside out, so I was curious to see the approach Cristy Fincher developed with her mom, Sharon Schamber. I was surprised to find that it feels like a natural extension of starch-and-glue appliqué techniques!

Embroidering Texture & Dimension by Hand

I learned bullion knots for pigeon feet with this Sue Spargo class, and now I’m excited to try drizzle stitch, trellis stitch, and lots more! There’s no better way to learn stitches than watching someone do them, and Sue truly inspires the itch to stitch.

Dot-to-Dot Quilting

When I was struggling to find the right free-motion motif for a particular quilt block, I turned to this class with Angela Walters and found just the right design, which she made easy to execute.

Stitch Savvy: Creative Machine Embellishments

I love seeing cool things that can be done with all my machine’s decorative stitches, and Lynda Faires shares tons of ideas here.

Quilting with Rulers on a Home Machine

Amy Johnson explains how to use rulers (originally designed for guiding longarm quilting) on your regular domestic sewing machine. I had a really hard time wrapping my head around the whole concept until I watched this class!