Hello everyone! After many years of sewing garments for my children I have been bitten by the quilting bug. I made my first quilt for a friend's baby (and probably broke every quilting rule there is). Enjoyed it so much, I want to make more!! So here I am to learn.
Hi Faith, Where in the country are you located? You may have a helping quilt sister right around the corner. We enjoy sharing our love for quilting with anyone who asks....so ask away.
Diana in East Tn.
Welcome to the site! You've come to the right place. A plethora of information from super nice and knowledgeable folks. Make sure you take pics of your quilts and show us!
Hi Faith, welcome to the club! Do tell what rules you broke and how they turned out, some of us may like to go the same route. : ) We love having fun here and hope you do too.
hi faith, welcome to the group.. no quilt police here, so you can break any rules you like. aren't rules made to be broken anyway.
gini in north idaho
Welcome to the site. Have fun with your new addiction...believe me it will only grow..LOL>
Hi Faith, welcome
Hi Faith, Welcome to the group. When I started quilting I was told there was only one hard and fast rule in quilting -- the thread goes through the eye of the needle.
Welcome Faith. This is a great group so I know you'll make lots of new friends. You will become addicted to quilting!
You will not doubt become addicted to this site also. Oh and you'll probably become addicted to your new fabric stash. And it's true, there are no quilting police. Can't wait to see pictures.
Georgetown, CA I'd Rather Be Quilting
Welcome to QCA! I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I do.
Quilting My Rainbow
Faith ,welcome to the club.I hope you will enjoy your time with us.
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Hi! Welcome! This is a great club and you will love it here! Please post pics of your work and yep, no quilting police here! Thankfully! :-)
Thanks everyone for the warm welcome. I have posted a picture of my first quilt. Now I am trying to figure out what to do for my next one. I want to make a quilt for one of my granddaughters. Any suggestions for a novice quilter, it would need to be a twin size.