I had a hard time deciding whether to give this class a star or a thumbs down rating. The teacher, Wendy Butler Burnes, certainly has the knowledge and experience but I found her presentation so hard to deal with that I got to the point where I could only watch a couple of minutes at a time.
Some people say "um" or "uh" as a "filler" when they are talking. WBB says "again" even if she is saying something for the first time (and not again). I have to admit that I got a little alergic and "nit-picky" and started counting the number of times that she said "again" in a given time period. I finally gave up on the class entirely.
As I said, she knows what she is doing and the class seems well organized. I had never machine quilted before (only hand quilting) so during the time I was watching the class I did learn quite a bit - enough to get me started and interested in learning more.
I sent Craftsy an e-mail with my feedback and suggested that they first coach their instructors to help prevent such irritating speaking habits. They answered my e-mail right away and refunded my course fee - which hadn't been my reason for writing. I immediately used the refunded fee to sign up for a different Craftsy machine quilting class - this time "Beyond Basic Machine Quilting" with Ann Petersen and found Ann Petersen to be much more to my liking.
In conclusion, if you can stand (or ignore) WBB's presentation, this class offers a lot of good information to help you get started with machine quilting.