My Craftsy page has a face lift

Craftsy page

Craftsy have been kind enough to give me my own So Sew Easy landing page. It’s been a while since it had a face lift so this month it’s just relaunched with some new content.

At the top you’ll see 3 recent additions to the Sewing Classes library on Craftsy, each with exclusive 50% discounts for you to enjoy.  Check out:

  • Zip It Up: Easy techniques for zippered bags
  • Essential Guide to Tailoring: Structure and shape
  • 20 Essential Techniques for Better Bags

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Then we have some of my favorite patterns there for you, some of the most popular:

Free patterns:

  • Teeny Tiny Zipper Pouch
  • Empire of the Sun Dress
  • Wrap Front Top

Paid patterns:

  • Tech or tablet tote bag
  • In a Twist Dress
  • Cross Body Bag



Then a few items from the ever-expanding selection of sewing fabrics, supplies and notions, concentrating on the sort of products you might need for the projects we sew here, such as the excellent Fat Quarter mystery boxes, interfacings and stabilisers for bags, and other useful tools.



Support the site by using this page

I’m a big fan and supporter of the Craftsy site, both the classes and the supplies.  I’m also an affiliate which means that you can support the site by buying from Craftsy through this page and it won’t cost you any more, but I will earn a small commission to help towards the running costs for this site.

To find the So Sew Easy page, click on the link in the Welcome Message under my picture on the top right of the site, or you can type this address below into your browser…

From the landing page you can then navigate through the courses or supplies you are looking for.  Please keep me in mind next time you get an email from Craftsy with a special offer, sale, or class discount.  Every little bit helps, thank you, and helps me devote more time to creating you more free patterns and videos.


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9 Responses to My Craftsy page has a face lift

  1. This is fantastic Deby! Glad to help you out anytime! You make such amazing patterns! I really need to set aside some time to sew up my faves from you.

  2. Jenni (Australia) says:

    Congratulations, Deby – great to see all your hard work recognised! I look forward to visiting your page. Thanks for all the brilliant ideas & tuition. 🙂

  3. M. Ross says:

    Do you have a free pattern for making a poncho out of knit fabric?

  4. Val Clements says:

    Congratulations Deby, so happy for you. All your hard work has paid off. Glad you are getting recognition.

  5. irsister7 says:

    You deserve it for all your hard work in bringing your skills to those of us just beginner learners. Your patterns for garments are great for wearability for day and night and I love the bags! It’s about time Craftsy asked you to do a class Deby.

    • Thank you for your very kind comment. I’m not sure what sort of a class I’d pitch to Craftsy, I’m certainly not an expert in anything, but I do enjoy teaching in my own videos for sure. Glad to hear you like the patterns.

  6. Dara says:

    Congratulations Deby! Thanks “sew” much for all the wonderful things you do for the sewing community!

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