Sunday, December 13, 2015

There is Still Time Left!

You can still enter to win my Craftsy Class Exploring Natural Machine-Quilting Motifs! To motivate you to enter, check out what individuals have to say about my class:

Reviews of this Class

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Excellent Really Enjoyed This Class  November 28, 2015

Linda's quilts are amazing - and so is this class. Starting with simple shapes and working up to beautiful nature inspired motifs, Linda makes you believe that you are in with a chance of achieving similar results. Well, we shall see - but it's been really fun trying!
A lovely class Linda, and you are a great tutor. Thank you.
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Excellent I loved this class  November 5, 2015

Another way to quilt with hearts, leaves, vegetables, flowers, shells etc... These quilting designs can even be used as embroideries. All the technique is very easy to follow and open other doors for a different quilting way. Very interesting class. Thank you Linda.
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Excellent Linda's Great! Love This class!  October 12, 2015

Very fun and inspirational.
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Excellent Easy to understand, great details!  October 6, 2015

Love the way Linda starts out with basic shapes and then expands on them with more easy shapes to create designs that look difficult, but aren't! Also love the way she sketches them out before going to the machine, so it is really easy to follow along. I'm not a freestyle artist, but with Linda's class, these motifs seem attainable. Thanks, Linda!
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Excellent Brilliant nature motifs  October 4, 2015

Denise S
Brilliant. This is one of the best of the many Craftsy classes I have taken. Linda uses variations on simple shapes to create detailed realistic looking nature motifs. Linda has the ability to break this down to a simple process and to execute the designs on a domestic sewing machine. A soothing well modulated voice, and a natural teaching style, including how to correct errors made this a pleasure to watch.

So don't delay!  Instructions on how to enter can be found here.  Thanks, Linda

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