Jennifer Beltz
  • Female
  • Tamaqua, PA
  • United States
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I am a 39 year old working married mom of a teenager and a toddler...both girls!! I also take care of my disabled mom whom I cherish more than life itself. My father is a wonderful man, but my mom likes me to take care of her, so I do!!I have a close-knit group of quilting friends that I love dearly and get together with once a week. I also like to quilt to relax at night. I have been enjoying my new hobby/obsession for about two years!!
How many quilts have you made?
haven't really kept track...maybe about 12-20?? Sizes vary from bed quilts to table runners to wallhangings and even some baby doll quilts for my youngest daughter.
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
How long have you been a quilter?
about two years
What is your favorite quilting technique?
I really don't know enough to decide on a favorite, although I DO NOT like paper piecing!!
Why do you quilt?
relaxation and socialization. Also, I enjoy the reaction when I give someone a gift that I have made just for them!
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At 10:38am on April 17, 2012, Mary Aldrich said…

Hi Jennifer. I am glad the baby doll  quilts made it to you, they were a lot of fun to do. I'm not sure where I got the fabric, I was going through my stash and that fabric just seemed perfect for doll quilts. Now I just need another project or two to use the rest of the fabric on.LOL I did make the labels, an experiment really as they are the first I have made, but I like the way they rurned out.

At 6:08pm on April 9, 2012, Brenda Ruiz said…

Hi Jennifer,

I'm so glad it is working for you. I took a course to repair mechanical machines in November of 2011. I wanted to be able to repair my machines myself. So far, I have fixed my daughter's white featherweight which needed to be taken apart not only underneath where someone had gotten the thread tangled, but also the tension knob. After I fixed hers, my sister had me put on a new belt and check out her white featherweight. My mom, who is 82, decided she wanted a featherweight. I found one and did all the repairs on it. I own three featherweights: black, white, and tan. I did all the repairs on those. So, I guess the course that I took has paid for itself. 

P.S. I have 24 sewing machines. The only ones I can't repair are the computerized ones.  I actually like sewing on the older machines better.

Brenda Ruiz 

At 11:42am on March 22, 2012, Linda Hubalek said…

You'll love your kindle for reading! I've read more books in the last year on my Kindle...than I have for the last decade... it's so easy to start a series, or an author's work and keep reading until you finish with it. Then jump on to something else recommended.

Enjoy Butter in the Well, and keep reading!


At 11:24am on March 2, 2012, viki hagan said…

no worries. I will get it sent it by tomorrow

At 11:25pm on February 23, 2012, viki hagan said…

No worries.. hope your mom continues to do well. You have been very busy!

At 2:22pm on February 23, 2012, angie chappell said…

How far do you want to travel? I live in mifflinburg pa there is an amish store called vernas (you might have heard it) she has everything you can thing of there. I know the trip from ashland is about 45 minutes to her place and than about 5 more miles west is a bernina dealer who has very good quilt fabric a little pricey for my blood but beautiful fabric

At 4:29pm on February 22, 2012, Frances said…
Hi Jennifer! I was reading about baby doll quilts. I think I would like to do that! I have no little girls but you could donate mine. It will be fun. I'm new to quilting so it might be a little amateur, but a little girl maybe won't mind! Please count me in and send me the rules. This is a great site. Even tho I have trouble sometimes navigating around between groups, members, blogs, activities, etc! Love hearing soon. Cheers, Frances 
At 3:11pm on February 18, 2012, viki hagan said…

No problem, I'll get them cut for you.. We'll say $45 for the yardage, fq's and a bit of the shipping.

At 10:30am on February 18, 2012, viki hagan said…

I should have at least a yard or two of each of the pieces I sent you. Glad that you like them, hope you post pics when you get something done with them.

At 3:55pm on February 11, 2012, Carol Olson said…

Picture please!! I'm sure yours will be very nice, there is alot of us new ones that is why this site is so good. We have the best of both worlds.



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