I'm from Austin and so glad to find an online home. I have recently "rediscovered" quilting after taking a 20 year break for lack of space and time. My youngest dautgther left for college and I took back space. Yah!
I'm enjoying discovering all of the new tools and fabrics. Things have really changed in the last 20 years.
I look forward to catching up with the new technologies.
You just made more friends than you'll know what to do with. You've come to the right place.
hi debra, welcome this is a great place to hang out with other quilters
gini in north idaho
Welcome Debra, nice to have you back to the quilting world. Wait until you discover the newest techniques to make blocks that took us a long time to put together 20 years ago. How exciting for you, enjoy!
Welcome Debra! Being a new quilter myself, I don't know how techniques and notions might have changed. Besides the rotary cutter, what other changes have you seen in quilting? That question is for any of our club members who have been quilting over time.
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Welcome back to quilting Debra. I know what you mean about the changes. I have been going through some old books of quilting that I had on my bookshelf - looking to make room for some new ones. No mention of rotary cutters back then!
Welcome to QCA Debra.
Welcome back to quilting! You will find things have changed but quilting is still quilting. Keep us posted on your first project and how things are going for you. Bettie
Hi Debra,from Austin,welcome to the club. Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Welcome back to the quilting world and to QCA, the best site in it. You'll find so much enthusiasm and knowledge here.