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Spooky Sewalong Part I: Let's Carve Up This Panel!

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Guest written by Jane Youn.
Jane is an artist, artisan, and adjunct Professor of Sewing here at the School for Misfit Makers. She loves spooky things, cats, snacks, and crafts. You can follow her @janeyouniverse on Instagram. 

 Boo! The BEST time of the year has almost arrived! If you don't know, October is our favorite month here at the School for Misfit Makers, because it's the spookiest season! And this year Sarah thought it would be fun to get into the spirit early and do a Sewalong Spooktacular with her Ruby Star Society Candy Please project panel! Over the next few weeks we'll be tackling each project one by one: a super fun Halloween Bunting, Spooky Softies, and the Countdown Calendar (to mark the best month of the year). Who knows, there might even be some tricks or treats along the way. This first week we’re going to choose fabric and also cut everything out from the panel before we get started! 

For all of these projects you're...

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Repeating Pattern Design: Photoshop vs. Illustrator

tips Jul 12, 2020

 In this clip I go over a little bit about why you would choose Photoshop vs. Illustrator to create your repeating pattern designs. 

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A clip from our "Create a Mother's Day Card" Procreate class

diy May 09, 2020

Here I walk you through how to cut out the card that we create in our "Procreate: Create a Mother's Day Card" class. You can also use this for any free card download that we send out from the Craftedmoon newsletters. Clip is 5.5 minutes long :D 

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Welcome to Craftedmoon's School for Misfit Makers

Uncategorized Apr 08, 2020
A note from the Professor
"Making art, being creative, and learning something new is magical. 
Deep down, all of us are creative. But many of us have lost our curiosity and neglected our creativity because 1) we have a loud, bossy inner critic that tells us we aren't good enough, and 2) we are too busy trying to make a living.
Art doesn't have to be comparative and it doesn't have to make you money. Making art is healing, soothing, and fun!  At Craftedmoon's School for Misfit Makers, we give you permission to learn something new just to bring yourself joy. You deserve it."
-Sarah Watts
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