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I recently signed up for the FREE 7-day trial for bluprint (formerly Craftsy Unlimited) with the intention of increasing my sewing skills. I even wrote a blog post, detailing some of the sewing skills that I’m looking to learn with bluprint.
If you are not familiar with bluprint it’s is an online streaming service that allows you to watch video classes in a wide variety of subjects like sewing, knitting, drawing, photography, baking, cooking, and more.
Since there are a ton of sewing classes that I’m interested in taking. I signed up for the FREE 7-day trial to see if the videos that I’m interested in would be helpful to me.
Did I like bluprint?
The short answer is yes, the sewing classes will definitely help me gain the skills I’m looking to develop. I was able to watch portions of different sewing classes during my 7-day trial and I’ve already learned some new skills. Based on the value of the sewing classes alone and how much I know I will learn by watching them I was ready to purchase an annual membership (especially since it was on sale for $100 at the end of my trial).
More than just online classes
But once I started to explore some of the other content available through bluprint I knew that it would be well worth the $100 to purchase an annual membership. I thought bluprint only included online craft classes, but there is even more content available. Like cooking and craft-related series. Plus you can take yoga, dance and fitness classes.
I really loved the show Re: Fashion with Marcy Harriell aka, Oona Ballonna, the sewing blogger. In this series, Marcy takes ready to wear clothing and refashions them using her sewing machine to create items that beautifully unique.
But, I’m not the only one in my family who enjoyed bluprint. My kids love watching The Big Fun Crafty Show, which is a series where three teams of craft-loving kids compete to win a craft related challenge. My kids love crafting, so the LOVED seeing other kids doing something that they also enjoy.
First of all, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that bluprint has yoga, dance, and fitness classes. But I was absolutely delighted to see that there are three classes on bluprint led by Koya Webb. I learned about Koya while listening to the Black Girl in Om podcast (it’s one of my favorite podcasts and it dedicated to self-care) and I’ve been following her on Instagram ever since. I tried two of her yoga classes on bluprint during my 7-day trial.
The yin yoga class was life-changing for me and I’m not trying to be dramatic. I had never even heard of yin yoga before seeing this class on bluprint. But it’s a type of yoga where the poses are held for several minutes. It was life-changing for me because my hips felt AHmazing afterward. It was insanely intense while I was doing the yin yoga, but then I felt great after it was over. Most of the poses during Koya’s yin yoga class on bluprint focused on the hips and apparently I’ve been holding a lot of tension in my hips because my hips felt so much lighter after doing this class. I’ve already taken the yin yoga class a second time and it was just as amazing the second time.
After enjoying all of these shows and classes it was easy to decide to sign-up for the annual membership. If you’re interested in bluprint you can sign-up for a 7-day trial for FREE. To sign-up for the trial, you are required to provide payment information and select if you would be interested in a monthly or annual plan. You can cancel at any time before your trial ends to avoid being charged a monthly or annual payment. If you like bluprint, you don’t have to do anything. Once your trail ends you will be charged for whatever payment option you initially choose.