Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Craftsy Review: Cut to It

Super excited to review the craftsy classes I've bought you can see the classes I've reviewed Craftsy Class Review.  

In this post, I'll review Cut to It - Strategies for Smarter Quilting
with Debbie Caffrey her website is over at Debbie's Creative Moments

What I learned - Awesome cutting techniques...silly right?

This class broke down safe ways to use our quilting tools that makes to some fast, precise, and SAFE cutting.

I have to laugh at myself because I even enjoy watching people cut out quilting projects...is there a problem?  Naaaahhh

What I did learn is repetition helps drive home the important points (thank you Debbie).  And I'm now not afraid of multiple layers of fabric. In the past, I've been so disappointed with my fabric layers rocking and not able to be sure I'm cutting all the way through all the layers.  I have been cutting only one fabric layer at a time....yet not anymore!

Teacher - Debbie Caffrey is confident on camera.  Debbie repeated the great pointers to drive these technique home.  The most important thing is that Debbie on every cut practices what she's teaching...making it comfortable. 

Class Content - This class includes math and if math isn't your bailiwick there are some awesome cheat sheets included in the materials.

While the fabric choices in this class isn't me..it didn't distract me from the point of learning new cutting techniques.

Rating - Blah - So So - Like - Love this class.

I like this class and it's a great techniques class.

I would recommend this class to a beginning to advanced quilter especially if you are looking for tips and tricks to cut more projects.

I would buy this class again and again.  It's a nice class to have in my back pocket.

I cut out these 36 squares in a fraction of the time with the @becraftsy 'Cut to It' by Debbie Caffrey. Amazing class!

Even to practice these new techniques I cut out this quilt with 6 layers instead of 1 layer at a time.  Talk about some time saving!


To see more of the classes I have reviewed visit the reference page I've created, Craftsy Class Review.

As a reminder of the fine print: these are affiliate links but the opinions are all my own.

Just keep sewing

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing your opinions! It's like the knife skills class I took one time, there is always a better way to do things!


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