My birthday rolled around the way it always does and it was pretty awesome. I thought my husband and I would do the dinner and movie thing. But my family had other plans. After moaning and apologizing for not being able to come into town for my birthday, my daughter walks in the door that afternoon. What a great surprise! But that wasn’t enough. The whole family showed up as well and cooking a wonderful dinner. The best way to spend a birthday.
And today, this shows up in my email…
How totally awesome is that?! Thank you, Craftsy! You know how to make a girl feel special.
If you’ve spent any time at all on this blog, you know I’m a huge Craftsy fan. The biggest problem I had was choosing only one class!
I’m currently taking Suzy Furrer’s, Patternmaking Basics: The Bodice Sloper, and have Kathleen Cheetham’s, Adjust the Bust and have enjoyed them both for different reasons. Suzy Furrer’s classes are focused on creating custom patterns using actual measurements, while Kathleen Cheetham’s classes are focused on adjusting patterns to create a better fit.
I’ve had my eye on two classes by both of them:
In the end, I just couldn’t decide… so I flipped a coin! The Skirt Sloper won. But honestly, the other class will make its way into my cart sooner or later. It’s just a matter of time.
Craftsy, if you’re listening, a men’s tailoring class would be fantastic! Video instruction for men’s tailoring is pretty tough to find. I’ve found quite a few good texts on the subject, but it isn’t the same as watching the techniques being performed.
For now, I have plenty to keep me busy…and happy! Craftsy, thanks so much! Just another reason to love you. 😉
7 thoughts on “Happy Birthday to Me…”
Happy Birthday! 🙂
Thank you, Anne. 🙂
Happy birthday and congratulation! Enjoy your class!
Thank you. 🙂 I saw your post on Vogue this morning and was shocked we didn’t have the same ‘playlist’. LOL
Don’t worry… next time 🙂 I am sure they will have better collection.
Happy birthday! I support the wish for a men’s tailoring class!
Thanks, Marianne. I sent the suggestion to Craftsy. Perhaps if they get more requesting the same, they’ll make it happen. If you come across any great resources, let me know.