Learn more about Zoom in Electric Quilt below. First I would like to cover some updates and new class information.
We are approaching the end of the first wave of participants in Catch the Waves. When I originally offered the program I expected 200-300 sign-ups. As I write this we are close to hitting the 2,000 mark. I have been so appreciative of the feedback and reports of successes by participants in the program. This obviously is a training style the resonates with Electric Quilt owners.
Would you like to join the fun? You may enroll in this free two week training at any time. The first video will be sent the day after you enroll with additional videos sent each day thereafter. Read more and enroll here.
I have noticed that some people signed up for my newsletter thinking they were also enrolling in Catch the Waves. Catch the Waves is a separate program offered by me. So if you aren't getting the emails (but thought you signed up), please enroll here. If it says you are already enrolled, check your spam, junk (or promotional) folders. Still no luck, send me a note so I can help investigate.
What's Next - Easy Peasy Easy Draw
I have a number of follow-up offerings:
I am current working hard at my next 10 minute a day offering. Now that many of you have been introduced to Easy Draw -- are you ready to expand your proficiency? This will be a 6 week class with over 30 videos.
There will also be a few changes based on what I have learned through administering Catch the Waves.
If you are interested in signing up, enrollment is open (as of today). The pre-launch price is $50. (After August 21st it will increase to $60.)
Learn more here.
Solving the Mystery of Zoom
A number of participants in Catch the Waves reporting struggling with the zoom tools within Electric Quilt. Zooming in and out appears to be a function that works quite differently from computer program to computer program. In this video tutorial I will share with you how these tools work in Electric Quilt.
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