Rita Norton
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  • Terry, MS
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I am a new quilter who just can't get enough of quilting!
How many quilts have you made?
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
Make them
How long have you been a quilter?
Less than a year
What is your favorite quilting technique?
Not experienced enough to really have a favorite
Why do you quilt?
I like seeing multiple colors and patterns come together. I enjoy giving gifts, especially baby quilts for new Moms.
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At 11:10am on December 24, 2016, Gabby said…
Thank you. Have just finished the top..adjusted for a little girl. Next to baste and quilt.
At 1:10am on December 6, 2016, Gabby said…
Hello Rita. I've just joined myquiltplace...looking for the pattern you used for Campbell's quilt which was just lovely. I wanted to do one for a girl baby. Do you have a link for it? Many thanks. Gabby (relatively new to quilting and learning by mistakes!)
At 6:02pm on March 21, 2016, Heather Givan said…
Awww Rita, no panic! I think I may have worked it out for the size I'm after. I just bought extra fabric just incase. But thank you for your kind offer and your inspiration of course x
At 1:59am on March 13, 2014, Kathy Kirby said…

Just saw your question regarding hand quilting.  I really enjoy hand quilting.  However it is very time consuming.  I hand quilted a quilt for my DIL, Nicci, because It just screamed to be hand quilted with the broderie perse applique.  A lot of the things I do I have professionally quilted, but prfer the hand quilting, esp. if it is a reproduction quilt or primitive, or small enough to finish relatively quick.  I do not do FMQ.  Have taken a few classes, but it's not my forte!  Hope that answers your question.  Going to look for the mission dolls now... thanks for the info...

At 1:51am on March 13, 2014, Kathy Kirby said…

Hi Rita.  The bird pincushion pattern is on a facebook group called Just Us Quilters.  type in Just Us Quilters in Facebook and become a member.  At the top on the page is a "Files" category.  Click on it and the pdf for the pincushion is listed there.  If you have trouble just let me know and we'll figure out something ;)

At 9:17am on February 11, 2014, Carol Houghton said…

Thank you for the welcome.  I love quilting.  My mother in law taught me when I married her son, my second husband 15 years ago.  My first quilt was an embroidered quilt top that I hand quilted.  She has made almost 100 quilts and never used a sewing machine on them....totally hand quilted.  She is in a nursing home now and is not quilting anymore.

At 8:51pm on February 8, 2014, Ghislaine said…
Thank you so much for helping me today! Since you helped me I was able to complete 4 blocks today! Will post a pic when I'm done.
At 9:06am on February 1, 2014, Tammy Farr said…

Good Morning Rita, I was wondering if you may have already sent the pattern for your beautiful coral scalloped baby quilt.  I was afraid it may have went to my junk mail and I missed it. I was hoping to start it soon as I am a beginner on quilting.  Thank you again on sharing this with me. I want to do something special and that quilt is PERFECT.


At 4:15am on December 5, 2013, barb wall said…

Thank you. Haven't had a chance to really look around too much but am liking what I see


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