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What is Craftsy Block of the Month? Free Quilting Lessons with Amy Gibson

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Published on Sep 14, 2012

Click: http://www.craftsy.com/ext/YT_50_1 to sign up for the Craftsy Block of the Month with instructor Amy Gibson for FREE!

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About Craftsy's free Block of the Month:
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Learn fun quilting techniques, make new friends and create a one-of-a-kind quilt with the FREE Craftsy Block of the Month! Each month, Amy Gibson will guide you through a specific quilting technique - half- and quarter-square triangles, appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more. Then she'll teach you two nifty 12-inch blocks using what you've learned. Some are brand-new designs, others fresh twists on traditional favorites. Along the way, you'll make 20 blocks from fat quarters, then assemble them into a throw-sized quilt.

Use Amy's selected fat quarters, Westminster Fabrics' contemporary FreeSpirit Boho, or choose favorites from your stash. It's a great class for experienced quilters, but jump right in if you have basic sewing skills and feel ready to tackle your first quilt!

Enroll free any time during the year and get instant access to all the lessons you've missed. As with all Craftsy courses, you can take the class at your own pace and your access never expires. Plus you get a great online community to share ideas with, and Amy at the ready to answer questions and help you along. We'd offer our 100 percent money-back guarantee, but we don't have to, because it's FREE!

About Amy Gibson:
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A former fashion model booking agent, Amy Gibson launched Stitchery Dickory Dock ""as an outlet for (her) fabric obsessions"" while staying home with her daughters. A self-described craftaholic since childhood, Amy first learned to sew in 4-H. In junior high she joined a charity quilting group, People Comforters, which made quilts for deputy sheriffs to keep in their cruisers for victims of crimes and other traumatic events. She's been pursuing quilting nirvana ever since.

Amy lives in Denver with her husband and two little girls, and has contributed to Moda Bakeshop, Pink Chalk Studio and Sew Mama Sew on Facebook.

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