Online Workshops with Creativebug!

 
Calling all my fellow crafters and artists! Have you all heard about Creativebug? They are a super cool new San Francisco-based company that produces online craft and DIY videos. Creativebug is a monthly subscription site, so once you join, you get access to every single video on the site. The content doesn’t end at sewing–there’s book binding, embroidery, knitting, crochet, and lots more. I politely asked Creativebug to give you all a little discount, and they enthusiastically agreed!

CreativeBug’s mission is to be your go-to source for online art and craft instruction. CreativeBug has gathered some of the most inspiring designers and crafters to bring video workshops right to your screen. Whether you’re an accomplished artist or just getting acquainted with a glue gun, these workshops provide project ideas, expert guidance and a healthy dose of creative inspiration. Fancy learning how to crochet at midnight? Have a hankering to paint in your pajamas? Once you become a CreativeBug member, you’ll have unlimited access to over 300 workshops. Keep a library of your favorites and even remember where you left off if you want to continue later. Each workshop is broken down into video segments so you can skip ahead or watch a video again and again until you master a technique.

CreativeBug has assembled a stellar roster of instructors from the crafting community and teamed up with professional videographers to create artisticly detailed video tutorials. Not only do they have impressive skills, but they’re genuinely awesome people who can articulate not only the process of making something by hand, but the emotional satisfaction that gets knit, stitched, painted and glued into every project.

From beginning sewing to advanced knitting, CreativeBug has a class to inspire your creative side. Classes can be purchases A La Carte or as part of a Subscription.

You can also check out Creativebug on Vimeo.

This service is worth every penny!
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