Rilda Manley
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  • Elkins, AR
  • United States
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I am retired. I love quilting and embroidery.
How many quilts have you made?
1 full size and several cuddle and baby quilts
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
How long have you been a quilter?
10 years
What is your favorite quilting technique?
Why do you quilt?
I love it and what you can make with fabric
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At 8:42pm on February 10, 2012, Susie Kirk said…

I havnt figured out how to post pictures yet either. I still worry about where my comments will actually end up. LOL

At 12:12pm on November 21, 2011, Mary Moore said…

Thank you Rilda.  The inside pattern is an old traditional that I can't find a name for. The batting in wool, which hand quilts like butter.

At 9:18pm on November 14, 2011, Teresa Engle said…

I have lived in Unicoi County since I was 7 and I lived in Jonesboro before moving here Dean Hardin was my father and my mother Is Gearldine Treadway Hardin, My aunt is Phyliss Phillips, Uncles Dallas Hardin and Blake Hardin. My sister is Denise Hardin Brown, Brother Norman Hardin My Dads family is from Jonesboro My Mom , sister, and Brother live in Erwin.

At 8:11pm on November 3, 2011, Karen S Kuffler said…

No I don't know the quilters quilds in Pittsburg, I just do my own thing except for events through Needle in the Haystack.  We do a retreat at Flint Oaks which is past Fall River and class at the Haystack.  The Farmers Wife Quilt has a total of 111 6" blocks you can make.  It uses a lot of Marti Michell templates, which is my favorite.  I guess if you can't live in Kansas then Arkansas is just as good.  I have friends in different areas of ARK.

At 8:59am on November 3, 2011, Karen S Kuffler said…
I am so sorry that I missed your post back in September, it must have just slipped by.  I want to thank you for your nice comment on my quilts.  It was very kind of you.  I am now making 3 different Farmers Wife quilts by hand.  One in civil war materials, on in Kansas troubles, and one in 30's materials.  It is a block (about 5-8 blocks) of the month at Needle in the Haystack in Severy Kansas.  Since you only do so many  blocks each month it is not too hard to do the three different quilts at once.  They are only 6" blocks so they do go very fast.  Well enough of that.  Thanks again for your comment.

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