I’m excited!  I just learned about the Craftsy October All Access Pass.   It is the first time that I have seen something like this on ths site.  For a limited time, you can buy a one month pass to any of Craftsy’s 800+ classes.  It looks until you have until October 6th to register so pop on over to take advantage.  It don’t know if there are a limited number of passes available so you’ll want to pop on over quickly to take advantage.   Until the end of October, you will have full access to all classes, including being able to ask questions of the instructor on their interactive platform.

I have taken a few classes from Craftsy — and talked about some on this blog in earlier posts.  Everyone that I have taken has been a great value.  I really like that you get lifetime access and have an opportunity to interact with the instructors.   I have many more classes on my wish list but it isn’t practical to buy every course that catches my eye.  This is a great chance to check out some resource classes that I might not need to keep and select a few other priorities for purchase.

If you haven’t tried Craftsy, now is a great time to do it.  There are classes on sewing, quilting, embroidery, woodworking, fibre art, photography, cooking and more.  I am sure that you will find some to inspire or inform.  Here are a few of the ones that I am looking forward to trying:

Cabinet Case Construction with Jonathan Brower

Hand-Cut Mortise & Tenon Joinery with Bill Anderson

Doors for Cabinetry & Fine Furniture with Robert Spiece

Divide & Conquer: Creative Quilting for Any Space with Lori Kennedy

Next Steps With Your Walking Foot with Jacquie Gering

Goldwork Embroidery Essential Techniques with Lucy Barter

That is just a few.  Every time I look at the catalogue, I see more classes that I would like to try so I could go on and on.  I won’t though because I have to go now and learn something.  Stay tuned to this site as I am sure to be sharing some new projects in the coming days.

What will you be creating this month??

“Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. Make. Good. Art.”       Neil Gaiman