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Looking For Bird Of Paradise Pattern By Judy Niemeyer

Started by Gayle Matloff in Free Patterns. Last reply by Emmy Prewitt Sep 10. 2 Replies

Does anybody have this pattern that I might purchase from you? I have looked all over and can't find it. Please let me know if anybody can help me out.GayleContinue

Christmas Themed Quilt Show

Started by KA in Having Fun. Last reply by carla j walton Aug 27. 2 Replies

Has anyone ever participated or attended a Christmas theme only quilt show?  What are your thoughts or suggestions for hosting one? Continue

Introducing myself

Started by Diana Summers in Welcome New Members. Last reply by Wilma Schirra-Kays Jul 22. 5 Replies

Hi all!What a great group. Wonder why it took me so long to get here!I'm retired & quilting, gardening & cooking are my favorite pastimes. I've been sewing since I was 12 when my grandma helped me make my 1st dress. I still do some garment…Continue

Embroidery Digitizing in USA

Started by Peter Anderson in Quilting For Charity. Last reply by Angela Pausini May 23. 1 Reply

Mig Digitizing provides cheap and quality embroidery digitizing services around the worldwide.Free trial available to check the quality visit the website for more information on prices.…Continue

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Intro

Started by Karen P Harvey in Welcome New Members. Last reply by Sherill Powell-Balsley May 15. 3 Replies

Hi,I'm from Talkeetna, Alaska and live out away from everything except animals and birds.  I'm a retired RN, gardener, seamstress, quilter, horsewoman, soapmaker.   Two years ago, I was finally able to build a studio for sewing, quilting and…Continue

Quilts Needed!

Started by Debbie Zucker in Quilting For Charity Mar 29. 0 Replies

CAN you donate a quilt for the summer camp at Camp DAvid of the Ozarks.  I am gathering the 120 quilts needed for girls and boys age 8-16.  and will need to have them by mid May.  Check out Campdavidozarks.org  and let me know if you can donate.  I…Continue

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Barbara Hughes commented on Christine Brown's group UFOs
"Riana, I don't have it set up yet. Just been trying to get this quilt done and out of the way. I'll send a pic when I get it all together. My walking foot has a quarter inch foot and a stitch in the ditch foot. which helps with echoing…"
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Riana Noyes commented on Lorri Duarte's photo
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Goldilocks Quilt

"I see baby bear has already claimed it! Sweet quilt :-))"
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Riana Noyes commented on Barbara Hughes's photo
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Medallion Quilt

"Gorgeous!"
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Riana Noyes commented on Barbara Hughes's photo
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Label

"Love the label, Barbara...very proffesional looking."
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Riana Noyes commented on Christine Brown's group UFOs
"Zoe, except for precuts like jelly rolls etc., l always run a line of zigzag on cut edges of new fabric, and wash it with small amount of detergent, and if it's dark or bright, a color catcher as well as soon as l take itout of the store's…"
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Riana Noyes commented on Christine Brown's group UFOs
"Barbara, you did that very well...l can see some very nice straightline work in background behind the star. Was this done on your new midarm? Or do you have that set up yet..."
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Jean McCusker replied to carla j walton's discussion Under the Sea 12.5 inch Block swap. Applique only. Hand or machine. swap is now closed to sign ups in the group Swapping "FUN" is for Everyone
"Dern, I am not on FB anymore.  Still, congrats!  We are all proud of you."
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Barbara Hughes commented on Barbara Hughes's photo
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Medallion Quilt

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Barbara Hughes commented on Christine Brown's group UFOs
"Thank you,Carla.  Mary from Fans and Porter doesn't prewash. She steams it with the iron when she presses it out. She says that will shrink it enough. I was thankful I didn't have any problems with the red and navy. But I think…"
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Ginny Andersen commented on Christine Brown's group UFOs
"Nice rosy, cozy pair of socks, Mary! That's it, isn't it? You did them all? Kudos to you for perseverance! You did it! "
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Quilt Guild: Dinosaur or Hidden Gem?

Posted by Christina Yoo on September 9, 2018 at 4:52pm 0 Comments

As the President of our local quilt guild, I'm tasked with coming up with an article for our monthly newsletter.  One month I decided to submit a longer version of my column to a local paper and they picked it up.  It seemed to ring true for a lot of people.  We were lucky enough…

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Making decisions and living in chaos

Posted by Virginia "Ginnie" Leiner on May 15, 2018 at 12:00pm 5 Comments

Hello Campers:

I have not posted since winter had us by the throat and would not let loose (it lasted til the end of April, for God’s sake) so here I am again to give you an update on what is happening around the quilting house of Leiner Inc.  In a nutshell, I am stuck on making quilt tops (and only quilt tops) that have “inchers,” or one inch squares as I am told they are called.  There is a reason for this, of course.  There always is a reason and that is the story for…

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Did you see this article in the NYTimes on Ken Burns and his quilts?

Posted by Virginia "Ginnie" Leiner on January 21, 2018 at 10:00am 1 Comment

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/16/arts/design/quilts-ken-burns-international-quilt-study-center-museum.html?smid=fb-share

While browsing facebook in my pj today (a rainy Sunday), I found this short piece on Ken Burns and his quilts.  Awesome.  This man is brilliant!  Aren't you all so proud to be of this tradition?  I particularly like the idea that…

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A Tired Old Dog learns a New Trick

Posted by Virginia "Ginnie" Leiner on January 19, 2018 at 9:00pm 5 Comments

I haven't talked about it much here but I have decided I am a tired old dog.  I have an excuse of course.  Every old dog does and here is mine.

In March 2017, I had my artificial knee on the left replaced with a new artificial knee as the old one came loose and moved left.

In October 2017, they determined the right artificial knee was infected and took it out, replacing it with a spacer for 5 weeks.  Turns out they were wrong, it was not infected (good news for me) but the…

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