Hey to all! I'm new to this fabulous website and would love to hear from any and all of you. I've put some of my quilts in the Show & Tell Gallery and have linked my blog to this site. I'm very excited to explore all aspects of this website and would appreciate your pointers. I live in Calgary, Canada and am a quilt designer and run my own website - www.kimhansonquilts.com. Please send me your comments!
Hi Kim, welcome to qca
Hi Kim welcome to the club, I hope you will enjoy your time with is a great club..Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Barbara - So kind of you to welcome me. How are things in Liberty, Missouri?
Hi Leslie! Thanks so much for the welcome. I'm looking forward to participating in more forums and on these message boards. Are you a long time quilter?
hi kim and welcome, i live jsut south of you in north idaho gini
gini in north idaho
Hey Gini! Great to hear from you. Is it snowing down where you are? We're supposed to get a HUGE snowfall tonight and tomorrow. What town do you live near?
Kim, so far everything is good , We actually had some warmer weather today . It got up to 55 today. Melted alot of this dirty snow.. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods..Barbara
hey kim, we are supposed to get a little snow. we live in sandpoint in a condo. we have a lot of summer neighbors from your neck of the woods. gini
Oh my goodness! Of course you have a lot of Canadian neighbours for sure - at least in the summer. I love Sandpoint but haven't been there in quite awhile. A friend of ours just bought a boat that is moored down there. So very nice to hear from you.
Welcome Kim. I am in Kentucky, down the road a piece from you. I also like to design quilts, but have not been quilting very long. Hope you will jump right in with us and let us benefit from your knowledge.
I've seen your site. Very cute quilts. I like your yoga mat bags. I'll visit again and read some more of your blog when I have more time (at work now).
Welcome. Hope you enjoy your time with us. We love to chat....and not just about quilts....LOL>
Welcome Kim and it is very nice to meet you. I am glad you found us and I look forward to getting to know you better through your posts.
Cumberland Gap, TN
Hi, Kim! You're new, me, too! And I LOVE Calgary! I pretty much love all of BC and Alberta! I have a ton of cousins in BC, and when we went to visit a couple of years ago, I thought to myself "Maybe I should get some picture calendars of our Rocky Mountains so they can see what is 14,000 feet high!" - but right before my hand reached out to the calendar, I had a sudden thought "Wait a minute - the Rockies extend INTO Canada.... hmmmm..." so I went home and looked at the elevation of the Canadian Rockies . Well, HERE, if you climb the highest peaks (and I have done a couple) they call you a "Fourteener" (because they are 14000 feet high, duh...) but when I realized the peaks in Canada are - 24,000 FEET HIGH I felt truly humble! :O I wonder, what do they call you if you climb the 24,000 footers, eh? (Super girl? Breathless?) Anyway, WELCOME! and what type of quilts do you fancy? :D