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Get Creative During Quarantine With A Free Online Class From The American Quilter's Society

Alright. We're all stuck inside. We're bored. The world is kind of a scary place right now, and the best thing we can do to help each other is to stay away from each other. Unfortunately, that means we have a lot of spare time on our hands now.

Do you know what it's time to do? Get a new hobby!

The American Quilter's Society is here to help.

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In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, the society decided to offer one free class to every person who wants one.

They're offered through their website, iquilt.com. All you need to do is sign up.

There's a ton of classes available to try!

The course directory is your one-stop shop for class options. You can choose from beginner to mid-level classes!

Some crucial beginner classes: Color Theory for Quilters, Machine Quilting: Beginning Free Motion & Tools, and Modern Simplicity Quilting Designs.

You can buy additional classes after that!

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Once you're hooked on quilting, you might want to learn more. The site offers courses starting at $30!

I personally would go for something involving painting and quilting, like Paint & Stitch: Vibrant Acrylic Quilts.

Here's how to get your free class:

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Once you've chosen your free class, head on over to the checkout. Enter the code IQUILTFREE to redeem your class!

This offer is available through June 30, 2020. Get quilting, everyone!