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  • how to learn to hand quilt

    I'm new in this craft. I'm intrigued by hand quilting but don't know how to go about learning it. I'm reading every teaching book I get a hold of. Are online classes useful? Is it best to see first hand how it's done? Thanks!
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by caremma15 on Fri, Sep 18 2015
  • Hi, my name is Jolae Norman

    Hi, I'm Jolae. I am a novice quilter. When I started to learn I joined an org. here in Colorado. I got into a small group, I was hoping they would help me learn, but no one was interested in it. So, I kind of gave up. Well now I'm ready to start again. Will I be disappointed here as well ? Please...
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by N. Jolae Norman on Sat, Aug 15 2015

    We have just started sign ups for a NINE PATCH swap over in the Swap Group. This is a great swap for beginners or those who want to make new friends while making an easy to construct block. we are using a 6 inch finished block which means you can use 2 1/2 inch strips. Please Join us.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Judi on Mon, Jan 5 2015
  • Re: Learning curve is pretty steep for me.

    I think you're right. Un-sewing is the way to go. I managed to get the top and one side done last night and now I want to go back and fix the slightly off corners in a few places. And there is one block that I need to just re-do. Wish me luck. And thanks for the support.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Nanas-karpie on Tue, Jun 17 2014
  • Learning curve is pretty steep for me.

    I have struggled with a complex quilt kit most of the year. Finally got to the last border; quite wide and beautiful fabric; only to find that I had mis-measured. My quilt is now 10" too wide and long. So as I see it, I can double the next to last border and make a 2" flange; cut half of my...
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Nanas-karpie on Mon, Jun 16 2014
  • New member

    Hello to you all, I am new here. I just started tot quilt and searching for books and technics. I live in The Netherlands, have 2 married girls. I am very creativ and I hope I love the wuilting! have a nice day.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Liefcreatief on Sat, Mar 29 2014
  • New member asks about quilt software programs

    I am learning different ways to cut patterns for making lap quilts. I own a laptop computer and wondered if any of you fabulous expert quilters have any suggestions for design software that would assist me. Do any of you use anything with Windows 7 format. Putting colors together is my most challenging...
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by TryQuilter on Fri, Mar 21 2014
  • Hi, newbie here

    Hello, I am so excited to be here among other newbies as well as seasoned veterans of the world of quilting. I just finished my first quilt "Carpenters Star" by taking a class at the local community college, and I loved it! I am retiring May 1, and I am looking forward to beginning my new adventure...
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Positive Attitude on Thu, Feb 27 2014
  • Hi! New to quilting and just wanted to introduce my self.

    I have a question on quilting. I have a quilt block 21 inches including Appliqued with a border. I would like to put blocks around it but do no no how to figure. Would greatly appreciate your help. This is a baby quilt. Thanks.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Mon, Feb 3 2014
  • Help needed! Brother PQ1500S bobbin issue

    I have had my machine for a few months now. I'm a beginning quilter. I am getting a nest of thread on the back of my binding. I am doing a baby size quilt in flannel. I realize I'm going through several layers but this machine is made for this. What I don't understand is that I can have on...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by mariann.dalton on Sun, Jan 26 2014
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