I started quilting in 2006, during my daughter's first year of college. She wanted me to make her a quilt for her dorm and since she was going to The Ohio State Univ. , she wanted it to be a block O quilt. So, a friend and I signed up for a class at Joann's. I've been quilting ever since. I love it.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, paper piecing, machine quilting, general crafts
Well I'm glad you found us this time. We usually have 10 - 12 at NQA. Some live in the area, some drive in, a friend and I come with a bus sponsored by our LQS. We usually meet up on Friday morning (since that's when our bus trip is), browse the quilts and vendors together and enjoy lunch together catching up. I hope you can join us for all or part of the day! We've also done a few day trips in various locations, and anyone free that day meets for lunch and a visit to a couple quilt shops. Most times we meet in your area as that is rather centrally located for most of us. We've met in Columbus, Dublin, and Mount Vernon that I can think of off the top of my head. Hope you can join us sometime! If you scroll through the pictures on my page you'll see some group pictures of the get togethers. You'll probably have to get to them by clicking "view all" under the slide show as many of them are from quite some time ago.
Hi Traci! Glad to see you joined OH Quilters. Welcome! You will find the group to be full of very talented ladies and so very friendly. Been looking at your slide show and you have some gorgeous quilts. Where are you in OH? I see some Buckeye projects so near Columbus maybe? Anyway a group of us get together at least a couple times a year and always at the NQA show in Columbus in June. I can't tell you how much fun it has been to meet face to face with some good friends you've met online; it's like we've known each other forever. Watch the group site as we would love to meet you in person at one of the get togethers. Please jump right in and tell us about yourself
Hi Trac1~ Just browsing for a while..are you familiar with www.quiltblocks galore.com ? Marcia Hohn's site...so many free quilt block patterns free to download. You'll have loads of fun..
And check out Amish-Country-Quilts.com too...very beautiful amish quilts from Lancaster.PA. They are stunning!
Ha-- about your wishlist at Cobweb Corner.
I do that too.
I have an email from them waiting for me to take the time to see what's new.
It's a bit overwhelming to say the least!
I LOVE your photo slide show~!!! NO one would guess you have only been quilting for a short time.
The link is http://www.cobweb-corner.com
There are 1,000's of patterns , kits etc. & if you sign up for the newsletter.. she will send you notice when they add new items.
Your new class sounds intersting ---maybe you will scan a picture of it to my private email ( Listed on my Main Page) when it is finished?
I haven't looked at your website yet...but plan to soon,
Have a great week & let me know if you find anything at Carla's Cross st. site,