Time is running out to have a chance to win $1000 to donate to your favorite charity that focuses on art or craft-type activities. For most of my readers, that would be sewing or quilting. Think Quilts of Valor. Or SAGA. Or Threads of Love. I’m sure you know of many others. How do you enter to win that donation? Everyone who purchases a class from Craftsy through an instructor’s link – this is mine – will be entered in the drawing. March 13 is the last day to have this chance! You don’t have to purchase my class (although I’d like for you to!) Any class will do.
In the interests of full disclosure, I earn a small amount from any class purchased through my link. That means more fabric!
Because I’ve been encouraging people to try out new interests, I thought I should, too. About a week ago, my husband and I watched “Mexican Street Food: Tacos & Salsas.”
Then he made tomatillo/cilantro/avocado salsa while I tried my hand at homemade corn tortillas. We cheated and used a rotisserie chicken, but oh my goodness!
I am totally hooked on those fresh tortillas! I’ve already made them three times. I had no idea they were so easy. And, no, I don’t have a tortilla press; I just used my cutting board and the bottom of a large saucepan to press the tortillas.
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This is another class that, if I had little people in my life, I would take. Not all sewing has to be heirloom or contest-worthy 🙂
In “The Costume Box,” learn to make capes that transform your child into a princess or superhero; wings for a dragon or fairy; no-sew skirts, crowns and sparkly wands; or a sword and armor.
Other classes that I think would be fun (click on the images to read more:)
Okay, I need to stop looking through the class catalog and thinking, “ooh, I want to learn this, and this, and this…” and get to work on my next big project! 😉