• Craftsy Instructor Summit was amazing!

    This weekend, for the first time ever, Craftsy invited instructors to meet together.  Not to teach, but to LEARN.  We learned about how to communicate better through electronic and social media, and what we can do better to educate and inspire you.  We had the chance to meet each other and share our interests and passion for teaching all of our various crafts.  It was overwhelming at times, but completely relevant and motivational.

    You will be seeing changes on this website and the blog, as I incorporate what I have learned from the speakers and other teachers about making this a more engaging and supportive space for you.

    Four of Craftsy's knitting instructors happen to be named "Anne" or "Ann"!  Here we are together - from left to right, Anne Hanson, Anne Weil, Anne Berk, Ann Budd

    Four of Craftsy’s knitting instructors happen to be named “Anne” or “Ann”! Here we are together – from left to right, Anne Hanson, Anne Weil, Anne Berk, Ann Budd

    Laura Nelkin gave me this kit to make her Beaded Cuff pattern.  Isn't that thoughtful? I am a big fan of Laura's talent and designs, and am very happy that we got the chance to get to know each other this weekend.

    Laura Nelkin gave me this kit to make her Beaded Cuff pattern. Isn’t that thoughtful? I am a big fan of Laura’s talent and designs, and am very happy that we got the chance to get to know each other this weekend.

    At Game Night, Gwen Bortner tried to teach me to play Craps.  She can apparently teach anybody anything, because I really enjoyed myself!

    At Game Night, Gwen Bortner tried to teach me to play Craps. She can apparently teach anybody anything, because I really enjoyed myself!

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