Craftsy Spring SALE Probably Worth Checking Out

We always like to tell our readers when something special is going on at Craftsy.  If you've not been introduced to Craftsy yet, now would be a good time.  As I've said before, Crafsty is, by far, our reader's favorite online class provider.

Craftsy just launched a new Spring Sale where you can save 50-60% off hundreds of classes.  This reduces the cost of most of the sewing classes to under $20 which is pretty good value indeed.

If you've been looking for something to keep you busy now that the days are getting longer and spring is on the way, this might be something you want to check out.

This sale is valid from today through Sunday only, so don't miss it!

This link should automatically take you to the sale add the sale coupon to your shopping cart.

Shop the Spring Sale

Of the many classes that are currently on sale, here's one that I think might appeal to many of our readers.

Many of our readers would like to learn how to increase or decrease the size of a pattern while still maintaining the design and proportions of the original pattern.  The technique to do this is called pattern grading.  This is an essential technique to learn as your sewing skills develop.  But it is also a pretty complicated concept, so a video course is probably the best bet to really learn it.

Please view the FREE preview the course using the button below to see some of the hours of HD video lessons that come with the class.

This class normally sells for whopping $40.00 but you can get it for only $19.99 during this sale.  That's 50% off!  Please use the link below to save $20.00!

Save $20 on This Class

*Not valid for classes from our special Startup Library series or classes from our partner, The Great Courses. This sale ends at 11:59 PM Mountain Time on April 8, 2018..

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One Response to Craftsy Spring SALE Probably Worth Checking Out

  1. Jane Thompson says:

    Thanks for letting me know about this sale. The seasonal sales are always a good time to buy Craftsy classes. I like to buy individual classes rather than the unlimited option.

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