I am new to the board and to quilting. I am looking forward to finding my way around the site and learning more quilting tips and tricks.
welcome Paula! I have been on here for about 3 years and I am still learning my way around. I have made so many friends here. Lots of support and encouragement.
What area are you from?
Paula, welcome to the club, You have come to the right place to learn , There are so many talented people here .Never hesitate to ask a question , Hope you will enjoy your time here with us.
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Hi Paula, welcome. Looks like you'll fit right in here, I love your avatar, we're animal lovers. If it's not too much of a rush, we're doing a Mystery Quilt, MQ7, right now, check it out, Nana said it's a real quick and easy one and could be done by Christmas for a present.
My avatar is my Jake. It was a Monday morning before I was leaving for work and I could identify with how he looked! I am from around the Akron area of Ohio. Thanks for the warm welcome! I will also check out MQ7 along with all the other fun stuff I've found so far here.
hello, paula, welcome to the group
gini in north idaho
Hi Paula, it is nice to meet you and I look forward to getting to know you.
Life is like a quilt...bits & pieces, joy & sorrow, stitched with love
Hi, fellowor sister quilters, I am Anna Joffrion from Houston, TX. I began quilting 1980. I was living in Topeka, Kansas, at the time; Topeka is hot-bed of quilters. My first mini-quilt was an Amish striped purple and navy. I quilted this quilt,because of its very small size, 3 ft. by 5 ft. It looked great to me. Since that inreoduction, I have lived in Baton Rouge, LA., and Houston, TX. There are quilters everywhere I have lived. My son has a queen-size quilt for his bed, and now he wants another quilt like a French braid. He is to tell me his colors after I finish a throw for me. Quilters are great people!
Hi Anna, nice to meet you.
Anna Joffrion:Quilters are great people!
Indeed they are Anna.
By the way what is the name of the gadget used to compare fabrics that work together. You use this gadget to look through, similar to a kind of glass gadget. the user gets an idea of how these fabrics will look from a distance.
Could you help me out here? Anna Joffrion
Anna, I know what you are talking about but I cannot remember what it is called. Sorry!
it has locked me out of posting again, i'll try once more
Welcome Anna and enjoy your time here.
Welcome Paula and Anna. My sister's name is Paula also. You will both love it here.
Georgetown, CA I'd Rather Be Quilting