Craftsy.com Changing The Way We Learn to Make Stuff
Want to know how to make the perfect, flaky, buttery croissant? Or knit a scarf? Decorate a cake? Dye cloth? Crochet beads? Sew children’s clothing? quilt? use a spindle? Don’t have time to sign up for a class? Or live to far away to learn from an expert? Well, then Craftsy.com is for you. For $39.99 you can sign up for croissant baking class with Le Cordon Bleu Instructor and Los Angeles Pastry Chef Colette Christian via video broadcast to your tablet and viewable step-by-step from your own home kitchen.
Some classes on Craftsy.com are free others are available for $19.99 or $29.99. Sign up is simple and participants become part of the Craftsy family by creating a profile and sharing your love of arts and crafts.
Craftsy.com grew out of Sympoz.com, a Colorado company started in 2010 and growing like crazy. At Sympoz.com you can learn about woodworking. At Craftsy.com you can learn to make just about anything!
Craftsy.com gives you unlimited access to the best instructors and lets you learn when and where it’s convenient for you. When you’re navigating through an online class, you can ask the instructor (and your classmates) questions as you go. It truly is a great way to exchange ideas, tips and advice. This way, you get the best part of traditional, in-person classes: a social learning community, where you tap into the knowledge of your instructor and classmates in ways never before possible online.
At Craftsy.com you can watch the courses over and over, share your inspired creations and even participate in Craftsy.com meetups.