QuilterBridget
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dee fox left a comment for QuilterBridget
"Thanks so much for the birthday wishes. Don't come here near as often as I used to but I do read and try to keep up. dee"
Nov 15
Riana Noyes commented on QuilterBridget's group Newbies
"lnstead of wire, how about doing the bullion st. while couching down the yarn...OR dip the yarn to be couched in glue, (& dry)...this would have to be one that won't dissolve when/if washed. How about tiny beads instead of french knots on…"
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Barbara Arnold left a comment for QuilterBridget
"Thank you for Birthday wishes. Good luck with the bus. Know what you mean about investing ton of money but we all need a hobby we enjoy.  I have not had much luck with selling things I have made since I quit going to fairs.  But even then…"
Sep 30
Andrea Reaves commented on QuilterBridget's group Newbies
"Just wanted to say happy Friday! I'm going to be spending the day going to different fabric stores today and work on my quilt.  It's the first time in 14 years I have had a weekday where all 3 of my children are gone at school so can…"
Sep 19
Riana Noyes commented on QuilterBridget's group Newbies
"Andrea, your fingers will get a thicker skin after the heat from the iron and mini scratches from pins toughen it up..but the odd prick is inevitable :( "
Sep 17
Andrea Reaves commented on QuilterBridget's group Newbies
"Thanks patbruck and Beth, I have been taking notes on everything you guys have told me and hung it above my ironing board so next time i'm ready to iron it will remind me. patbruck, I started working on my weathervane block after I made the…"
Sep 17
Beth A. North commented on QuilterBridget's group Newbies
"As Patbruck stated, don't leave your iron on for a long time, then it will burn.  It is a set a press for five seconds at most.  Patbruck has it down right."
Sep 17

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Tell us about yourself
I've been married for 29 years and have no kids. I retired when I was 45 and that's when I started quilting; I've been hooked ever since!
How many quilts have you made?
150 as of November 2011
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
I'm a quilt maker.
How long have you been a quilter?
6 years as of July 28, 2011
What is your favorite quilting technique?
The quilting part is the most fun for me, but I love piecing as well.
Why do you quilt?
For therapy!
Do you have a website?
http://community.webshots.com/user/QuilterBridget

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So excited!

Posted on November 15, 2011 at 4:01pm 3 Comments

I'm so excited!  One of my Alliance for American Quilts contest entries is up for auction this week and someone has already bid $50 (starting bid).  For more information about the AAQ auction, here's a link: http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs011/1101594196900/archive/1108613702498.html

Out of it; I hope!

Posted on November 11, 2011 at 12:00am 5 Comments

Well, I guess I'm finally out of my dry spell!  I've made several things this past month and I'm back to where I used to be with a few quilts in different phases of completion and one in the planning stage.  I'm so glad for this site because of all of my friends and acquaintences here who have encouraged me to get back to it.  I thought I'd lost the quilting bug forever!  I always go overboard with hobbies only to lose interest after a year of two.  But quilting had lasted 6 years so I thought maybe I found THE hobby for me.  But when that dry spell hit I just assumed it was just like every other hobby...gone forever.  It was so upsetting to me not only because I'd invested a ton of money into it, but because this is the only hobby that has helped me mentally as well.  No matter what kind of chaos is going on in my life, when I'm quilting or thinking about quilting nothing bothers me...I feel calm and at peace.  So for several months I was pretty much…

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At 8:32pm on November 15, 2014, dee fox said…

Thanks so much for the birthday wishes. Don't come here near as often as I used to but I do read and try to keep up.

dee

At 11:03am on September 30, 2014, Barbara Arnold said…

Thank you for Birthday wishes.

Good luck with the bus. Know what you mean about investing ton of money but we all need a hobby we enjoy.  I have not had much luck with selling things I have made since I quit going to fairs.  But even then the expense of going to fairs and material to make stuff was not good.  Dh supports my hobby and family help a little. 

Worked with the Busy Bees quilt group in Monticello GA for 10 yrs.  they donate to Project Linus the Middle Ga. chapter.  Several middle GA counties in the group and they have donated over 6000 comfort blankets.

All my immediate family have quilts as well as aprons and lot of other handmade items in their homes.  I make most gifts to the family.  The young ones especially love the quilts.  Nieces have put up quilts their children used as babies to pass on to the next generation.  That is neat.  Be sure and label your work, the family enjoy looking at the label yrs later and saying gee can't believe this quilt is that old.  

Some have come to me as much as 10 yrs later wanting their first quilt mended.  Can't talk them into a new one to replace the worn one.  They always want the new and the old one fixed. 

 

At 2:07pm on September 15, 2014, Dana Lynch said…

Thank you so much for my birthday wishes.  I am spending the day in my Studio and then will celebrate with family this evening.  It's a great day to celebrate another year :)

At 6:07pm on September 14, 2014, Barbara Fink said…

Thank you for the Birthday wishes. I took a break trying to get my quilting studio organized to celebrate with family. I hope you had a wonderful weekend! :)

At 8:23am on July 23, 2014, Aisha Lumumba said…

Thank you for the birthday wishes. I appreciate this

At 4:35pm on June 30, 2014, Charmaine Erickson said…

thanks for the birthday wishes. I have had 3 quilts accepted to Paducah andgot an honorable mention at Denver National last year - 46 ribbons in 6 yrs which I am very proud of. I love machine appliqué' and Ricky Tims is probably my favorite quilter. I like teaching, have been to many shows but this year I am going to Houston for the first time and looking forward to it.     Charmaine

At 10:43am on January 31, 2014, Barbara O'Brien said…

Thank you. I did have a fun birthday with family and friends.

At 7:34pm on January 26, 2014, Jessica Schick said…

Thank you very much. 

Jessica

At 3:04pm on December 13, 2013, Chippie Nell said…

thanks so much! It would be better if the weather would co-operate!

At 10:59am on October 23, 2013, Vickie Smith said…

Good morning QuilterBridget.  Just read on another post that you live in Seaside, OR.  Small town, no groups or guilds.  I live in Corvallis and have found a wonderful group to be a part of.  Hope you have found someone to share your love/passion of quilting with.

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