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Pam replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 1:44 PM | Locked

I am sending this because I KNOW you need it (HA!) don't give my e-address to your husband-I can imagine he'll be thrilled!

They are listed in order from No. to South.....

 

Center Diamond   **A 'DON'T MISS' shop!

PO Box 997

1065 S Hemlock St

Cannon Beach 503-436-0833

 

 

Creative Fabric􀀀  May Not Be there still-

PO Box 303􀀀

475 Hwy 101􀀀

Wheeler 503-368-5900􀀀

 

Jane’s Fabric Patch􀀀   LOVE this shop too

1110 Main Ave􀀀

Tillamook 503-842-9392􀀀

 

BJ’s Fabrics & Quilts􀀀IS in a lady's basement- great deals-a bit off road

PO Box 215􀀀

38105 Hwy 101 S􀀀

2 miles south of Cloverdale􀀀

Cloverdale 877-690-5267􀀀

 

Quilter’s Cove􀀀  Moved recently- wonderful landscape fabs and coastal ones also on rt or west side of hwy 101

27 NW Coast Hwy􀀀

Newport 866-437-8458􀀀

 

 

Wenz-Daze Quilter’s Emporium􀀀Off hwy 101 on rt., W side- in a metal pole shed bldg. back aways-  worth the stop! Her hubby is a long arm quilter of Asian style quilts

5045 Hwy 101 N􀀀

Florence 541-997-3293􀀀

 

Joy of Quilting􀀀NICE SHOP!!!Left side of hwy 101

2970 Highway 101􀀀

Florence 541-902-8863􀀀

 

Threads That Bind􀀀another nice shop!

120 Central􀀀

Coos Bay 541-267-0749􀀀

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Forget-Me-Knots􀀀MY Favorite on the coast - but not been there for 3-4 yrs.

Po Box 1547􀀀

640 2nd St SE (Hwy 101)􀀀 in old town

Bandon 800-347-9021􀀀

 

Quilters Corner􀀀? can't recall!

PO Box 69􀀀

335 W 7th􀀀

Port Orford 541-332-0502􀀀

 

Country Keepsakes􀀀Not worth the time small and mainly garment sewing

PO Box 4012􀀀

802 Chetco Ave􀀀

Brookings 541-469-6117􀀀

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit our website at: www.quiltrun101.com􀀀

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MaggieNae replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 1:58 PM | Locked

Yes, I been quilting all weekend.  I finished my Brown and Green commission quilt (more proper photo's to follow later). 

I put the extra Brown and blue blocks that were not working with the pinwheels into a new charity quilt top (Chicagosinger, I didn't forget you - three more to go). I added plaid and granite sashing to get 'er done.

 

 

Then I started my cousin's quilt.  These are all fabrics she picked out to go with the pattern we found.  I will be thre offset squares with sashing inside each other, then several boarders

 

 

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 2:08 PM | Locked

Thea, beautiful Snowmen A-Z. That must have taken ages. People, how do you keep up with all the conversations? I haven't looked at my computer over the weekend and this thread alone continued over ten pages. It is pretty near to  impossible to keep up. I thought I had found a system, but apparrently, it doesn't work. I'll keep trying, but please don't hold it against me when I don't answer you personally.

thanks for all your comments on my ragquilt. I make large quilts that I keep, quilts that I give away and in between I make small quilts that are for sell, but not destined to be for sale. If someone comes along, it goes, otherwise, I keep it or give it away myself. Indde, a win win situation every way you look at it.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 2:23 PM | Locked

Marie, the size of my ragquilt is about 24" square.

about the patriottic part, the colours of our national flag are also red white and blue. I got the design out of an american book, called Americana Ragquilts. In thes parts of the Netherlands, I wouldn't really consider the quilt to be patriottic, but farmer/countrystyle, because of the plaids. Funny how culture and history of two different countries go hand in hand in one quilt. I love quilting. It just brings people together and makes the world a better place.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 2:49 PM | Locked

Barbara, very lovely quilt, the beehive and the green and pinks. The red border is a very nice addition. Good advice, good choice.

Gerie.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 2:55 PM | Locked

Hi Debbie-do, I just used my regular small scissors to snip everything. I didn't know there existed a special tool for it. I still don't, actually. I just read that into your comment.

Gerie.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 3:00 PM | Locked

Carol W:

Here's the second one.  I call this one "In The Garden".  It was started 7 years ago as a BOM. It seemed like life just had a way of getting in the way.  It is all hand qulted.  I am sure glad to finally finish this one!

I will be entering both of these quilts in our county fair tomorrow.

OMG Carol W, handquilted? It looks so straight. Wow. When I try the echoquilting, it always seems like my lines make slow curves downward.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 3:10 PM | Locked

Wow Vivian, lovely quilt, I adore the fabrics. Gerie.

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Gerie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 3:12 PM | Locked

Donna:

Do yall think EQ7 is something a newbie quilter would use???

I'm still on EQ6, but if you like to alter existing designs, or alter sizes, or design your own quilts, I'd say go for it. I hear EQ7 works very nice with putting pictures to quilts. Gerie.

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Leslie replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 3:21 PM | Locked

Maggie, great looking quilt

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Ramona replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 4:17 PM | Locked

Carol W:

Here's the second one.  I call this one "In The Garden".  It was started 7 years ago as a BOM. It seemed like life just had a way of getting in the way.  It is all hand qulted.  I am sure glad to finally finish this one!

I will be entering both of these quilts in our county fair tomorrow.

 

Carol W.,

Sorry, my mistake. I guess I just noticed a few of the blocks in your quilt  were some of the Lewis and Clark blocks. Just a better variation of colors.  That's my problem too, I just can't seem to get interested in it again. I even bought the little jewelry pieces to go on the quilt. One of these days it'll get finished. Sorry for my confusion. I see now this one is called "In The Garden".

 

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Thea replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 4:29 PM | Locked

Barbara - Just got back on - finally the meds started to work for a while anyway... Yes the red does wonders for the quilt - brings everything inside out to the edge and then your eyes go back to the center - very very nice... I hope that you win... I have all my fingers and toes crossed for you.

Barbara:

 

 

 

 

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Thea replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 4:36 PM | Locked

MNnancy:

Thea:
I have thought about taking that class that Barbara talked about on EQ7

Oh, gosh, I signed up for that class.... I hope I haven't missed the start of it!  Thanks for the reminder.

McNancy - finally found my EQ7 program - couldn't find the little net book I had it downloaded on - since the move in of Mom I can't find anything - but downloaded it to my bigger laptop and have enrolled for the class... 

Someone asked - think it was Linda if this would be a good program for a beginner... and I say Yes but get some instructions on how to use it - that is the reason I am taking this class - I can fumble around but figure if I take a class I will truly understand and use it more.

 

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rshatto replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 4:39 PM | Locked

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rshatto replied on Mon, Sep 10 2012 4:41 PM | Locked

I couldn't see where to write, but the Quilt is a Thimbleberries design, that I have quilted twice in the past 10 years, I just wasn't happy with it. I think I am happy now.

 

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