Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Elegant Embroidered Quilts... on Craftsy!

I'm so excited to announce that my Elegant Embroidered Quilts class is live on Craftsy!



The winner of the free class is Gill, who liked #2.

Thanks so much to Craftsy for hosting me and helping me develop this class.  I'd like to also thank Cherry Guidry of Cherry Blossoms Quilting Studio for the quilting you see above and Jen Reeve of Honu Quilting for the quilting of the Dresden quilt you got a glimpse of in my earlier post, and Brewer Sewing and OESD for letting me experiment with all of their different stabilizers.  And of course Blend Fabrics and Anna Griffin for all the wonderful prints and Robert Kaufman for the Kona cotton that set them off so well.

Have a great week and happy quilting!
Amanda


4 Comments:

At September 24, 2013 at 10:02 PM , Blogger SewCalGal said...

I'm excited about your new class on Craftsy.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

 
At September 25, 2013 at 2:58 AM , Blogger Karen said...

Congratulations Amanda! How exciting!

 
At September 25, 2013 at 4:09 AM , Blogger Gene Black said...

The class looks great. By the way, your link doesn't work. I am linking it in my comment and I hope it helps someone.
http://www.craftsy.com/elegantquilts_25

 
At September 25, 2013 at 7:18 AM , Blogger Amanda Murphy said...

Thanks so much for finding this, Gene! Not sure what happened but I fixed it.

 

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I'm so excited to announce that my Elegant Embroidered Quilts class is live on Craftsy!



The winner of the free class is Gill, who liked #2.

Thanks so much to Craftsy for hosting me and helping me develop this class.  I'd like to also thank Cherry Guidry of Cherry Blossoms Quilting Studio for the quilting you see above and Jen Reeve of Honu Quilting for the quilting of the Dresden quilt you got a glimpse of in my earlier post, and Brewer Sewing and OESD for letting me experiment with all of their different stabilizers.  And of course Blend Fabrics and Anna Griffin for all the wonderful prints and Robert Kaufman for the Kona cotton that set them off so well.

Have a great week and happy quilting!
Amanda


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