More FREE Video Tutorials every Wednesday!

crafty gemini creates

I’m still in Hamilton, MO visiting Missouri Star Quilt Company headquarters. It’s been a busy week of meetings and I have had a great time meeting and collaborating with so many employees of the company!

For those of you that don’t know about my latest collaboration here is a quick update! I’ve teamed up with Missouri Star Quilt Company to bring you another YouTube channel full of weekly video tutorials! It’s called Crafty Gemini Creates and it’s awesome!

There is a new tutorial posted every WEDNESDAY! 

The best way to catch every new tutorial is to subscribe to the channel. It’s FREE and easy to do. It only takes two clicks!

Here’s how you do it:
1) Click here —–> Crafty Gemini Creates YouTube Channel
2) Then click on the red SUBSCRIBE button on the right side of that page.

That’s it! Please share this news with your crafty friends! I’m trying to grow my number of subscribers on this new channel and help spread the crafty love! I appreciate all your help & support!

Here are the latest four FREE video tutorials for you to enjoy!

Just click the pictures to watch the tutorials!
crafty gemini creates tutorials

4 Responses to More FREE Video Tutorials every Wednesday!

  1. Anne McKenzie July 24, 2015 at 3:16 pm #

    Love your new videos. Thank you.

    • Subby reed July 28, 2015 at 1:27 am #

      Great

  2. GrandmasBeans July 31, 2015 at 3:04 pm #

    Hi Vanessa. Love the Crafty Gemini Creates site!! I have loved all of your videos so far! They are all so useful, and your teaching style makes them pretty simple for us beginner sewists. I am really excited to see the tutorials that you will be starting on embroidery. One thing I have had a hard time finding is some type of notebook-style carrying case (as opposed to a bag-type) for my embroidery projects and supplies. I do a lot of wool-felt embroidery, but also regular cloth embroidery, while I sit with my Dad who suffers from Alzheimer’s. I’d like to find something along the lines of the quilted file folder you have, but maybe one that opens up, with a few “dividers” for supplies and the 6″x9″ and 12″x9″ wool-felt sheets. Do you already have a video that could be modified for this, or is this something you would consider designing in the future? Thanks for all the projects you share with us for free. I’m sure it takes more work than we could ever imagine.

  3. Gae August 18, 2015 at 9:34 pm #

    I made 4 reuseable totes and enjoyed making them. Thank you Vanessa for making it easy.

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