Love this web site. So informative, especially as I can no longer see Fons and Porter on any station on TV. I replay the few I was able to tape over and over again. I love seeing the beautiful work everyone does. I have been unable to sew for sometime due to a illness in the family so seeing other quilts and seeing what one is capable of creating is soothing for the soul...Keep it up ladies you have a hungry audience.
This is one of the greatest things about quilting in this century. It is so easy to find out things about others with the same hobbies. They can't visit, but yet they can share ideas. The demos that you watch online are invaluable. If you don't know, then someone else does and they are great about sharing. I love quilting and the online. I buy fabric and thread from all over the world. A lot different from when our grandmothers quilted. I really relax and grow just by looking at others work online. Its like going to a museum without the admission fee. The internet fee is enough. Did you find a parking place?
I'm from Philadelphia originally and now live in Interlachen, FL (NE Florida). Former quilt shop owner and from the looks maybe the first guy to post.
Murray, Kentucky is my home. I retired in 2009 and started gathering up all my quilting supplies. Gathering up is half the fun huh? This week I joined a local guild. I am having so much fun. I still wake up in the mornings and smile when I realize that I can stay home and sew. I truly believe that whoever dies with the most thread and fabric wins.................
I love seeing where everyone is from!!! Seems like my state is poorly represented, though not as badly as D.C.!!! We need more quilters in AL!!!