Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Online class giveaway!

Head on over to the My Creative Classroom blog, My Creative Life 2014! I'm giving away a free seat to my brand new online class, "Cricut: Crafting with Fabric".

All you need to do is head over to THIS POST on the blog, My Creative Life 2014 and follow the instructions to get in on the giveaway.
Course Description

Have you been secretly longing to use your Cricut machine to cut fabric but are afraid to try? Maybe you tried, but gave up in frustration. There are some limitations, but with just a little know-how, you, too, can successfully cut fabric with your Cricut. Create fun little fabric shapes for cards, T-shirts, pillows, tote bags, aprons, quilts and more. Take your crafting to a whole new level!

In this class students will:

  • Learn which fabrics and Cricut images will work the best
  • Learn how to prepare and cut fabric with their Cricut
  • Create several projects of their choice using the fabric appliques
In this class students can create projects which require absolutely no stitching or finish off the projects with hand stitching or your sewing machine.Please see Supply List for specific lesson projects. Students will receive two downloadable Cricut Craft Room file for the various projects. Use any Cricut machine and any cartridge you own. Students must have basic knowledge of their Cricut machine and the Cricut Craft Room (CCR) if they will be using it in class. 

The course materials and projects in this class are totally new and different from the lessons in "Crafting with the Cricut: Beyond Paper".

What are you waiting for? Head to THIS POST and get in on the giveaway. Giveaway ends Sunday April 13th, winner will be announced Monday April 14th on the MCL 2014 blog!


  1. I am so excited for this class! i have never used fabric with my cricut before... what an interesting idea!

  2. Use my Cricut for fabric. Love it.

  3. Would love to learn how to do this.

  4. Great addition to your Cricut classes and I would like to learn how to put a small dint in the buckets of fabric in my basement.