The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Thanks for your kind comments on my page. I love your blue quilt (photo #3). It is so striking! My kind of quilt. (Also love the picture of your grandbaby.) I love this web site and "meeting" so many talented quilters. Will look forward to seeing more quilt pictures. Thanks again & have a great weekend.
Hi Shelby your quilts are bueatiful You must love blue as I do. What patter is the secong quilt in your video? I love it? I know how hard it is to do things with a visual impairment and you have done great. I am legally blind I have macular degeneration in both eyes, have had cataracts removed from both with lens implants, had lazer surgery to remove capsulations and have tunnel vision. I love to sew and will do it until I can not see anything at all. Blessings to you deb
I doubt that. You are as old as you think. From the sounds of things, you are 71 years "young". Keep it up! Every once in a while I have to remind myself of my age (60). Where did all the years go? I love that blue bear's paw quilt. One of my favorite patterns.
Shelby, Welcome to the Midwest Habitants group. Glad to have you here. Love your quilts, and the baby is beautiful. From your quilts I see you like blue..that is one of my most used colors too. God Bless Lauren
Hello Shelby, thanks for the comments on my quilts. Thank you for adding me to your friends list. You asked about a MN group, I don't remember seeing one on this site, however things change everyday on here. Go to your groups and at the bottom you will see View All. That will show you all the groups that are on this site. If anything start a MN group. I remember seeing on here quilters from Michigan. Your quilts are beautiful Shelby. You do a very good job. You should be proud. I have been asked to bring some of my quilts to the quilt show at the school this weekend. So you know where I will be. I have never done nothing like this before so it will be all new to me. I plan on having some good fun. Will talk soon. Happy Quilting
Thanks for commenting, I am glad I am not the only visually impaired quilter. I had cataracts removed from both my eyes in 1993 whe I was 38 year old. I am 54 now. I have five grandchildren, two great grandchildren and five children. My youngest daughter is still home with me she is 16 years old now. I have not heard of the Quilting machine you mentioned and do not know the difference between long and short or medium arm machines frankly. My friend has a Baby Lock I think not a long arm machine. HOw expensive is a used Nolting and what can it do and not do? Your quilts look marvelous on your page Great Job!!!!!! Thanks for adding me to your friends list. b lessings to you. Debbie in upstate NY