I have lots of classes from Craftsy.com. Like 33. About half of those are the free classes they offer. I've got sewing classes, knitting classes, jewelry classes, and a couple of cooking classes.
I've watched 1/2 of three of the 33. The one I've completely finished is Sewing Studio, taught by Diana Rupp. (If you are a beginning sewer, I highly recommend it!)
One of my goals is to watch two classes per month next year.
When Craftsy.com had their cyberMonday sale, I bought a couple classes (my current total is 33). I almost bought the beginning serger class, but then I remembered that I don't own a serger. Yet. (Anybody have a serger they are looking to get rid of, send it my way!)
Strangely, the fact that I don't own a loom didn't stop me from buying a beginning loom weaving class a few months ago.
I have a friend who is a master quilter and knitter and now, weaver! She's been bringing her weaving projects to our knitting group, and it has really made me want to learn! I hear it's a great way to eat up a lot of yarn. Just so happens, I have a lot of yarn!
I want a loom that's at least 24" wide. They are SO expensive! There are some that are nearly reasonable, but they are only 16" wide and I don't want to just make scarves and/or table runners. I really want to make lovely towels like my friend has been making.
My friend is such a good friend that she said when she finishes her latest weaving project, she'll lend the loom to me so I may do my class. She's so cool! (She also has a huge floor loom.)
Looking forward to my future towels, Ruth!