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Hi everyone!

Hello, my name is Kim and I live in beautiful British Columbia, Canada (home of the 2010 winter Oympics!). I LOVE Connecting Threads and all their beautiful fabric. I am new to quilting - only been quilting for about 18 months, but I am HOOKED. Believe it or not, I have never sewed a day in my life before I started quilting! I am self-taught and sew every single day!! I have probably made at least 20 quilts and always have 2 or 3 on the go! I work from my home, so I can sew any time I like… Continue

Added by Kim on December 30, 2008 at 11:06pm — No Comments

new member

Hi I'm new at this but thought it would be fun.

I have been quilting for about 35 years and love to learn new things.

I have really picked up the pace with quilting the past 7 years. I use quilting as my therapy since my youngest son passed away from a brain tumor 7 years ago.

I bought an embroidery machine in the past year and a half and I am having so much fun with it.

I wish I could retire from my job as a physical therapist but then I would not be able to afford my… Continue

Added by Cecelia on December 30, 2008 at 10:25pm — No Comments

First time blogger

Hello to all the fellow quilters! I just joined and hoping to have some fun and maybe learn something along the way. I've only been quilting about 6 years, so I know I've got a lot to learn. I took a class over the summer by Paula Reid on machine trapunto, so it seems like I've been doing a lot of that lately. If anyone ever gets a chance to take her class or even view her Stuff and Fluff video, I highly recommend it! Her work is fantastic and she does everything on a regular sized sewing… Continue

Added by Melzee on December 30, 2008 at 10:00pm — 8 Comments

What a great way to start the new year.

I also am a first time blogger. Looks like we have a lot of quilters out there. We all seem to have a special bond.
I have been quilting for almost 20 years. I have a lot of projects lined up for the coming year. It will be fun getting new ideas and hints on this blog. Looking forward to hearing from all you fellow quilters.

Added by Janean on December 30, 2008 at 8:50pm — No Comments

Hi I am new at this adventure!

Hi I am new doing a blog of any kind. I got the email inviting me to sign up , after I read your responses to the new blog I decided yall all seemed "SAFE" haha. I have been a quilter for several years. I babysit my grandchildren and they keep me very busy . My husband just finished building me a great sewing room. He told me 25 years ago he would one day. He had emergency heart surgery 2 years ago and all he has talked about is getting my sewing room built. What do you say???? I ask him if he… Continue

Added by Debbie Moseley on December 30, 2008 at 7:12pm — No Comments

quilters are the nicest people

what is a blog anyway?where did that word come from? hi ladies, i love to sew and quilt.my granddaughters, ages 9 and 11 made their first quilts this summer, they are a joy to teach. i have been quilting for about 18 yrs, sewing since i was a small child.when my husband retired, we moved to aiken s.c, and i finally got my own sewing room, no more dining room table for me. its a small room but its all mine and i love it.

Added by ekt911 on December 30, 2008 at 6:32pm — No Comments


Hi! I just joined and wanted to say hi. I have been quilting since January of 1992 and as the years go by I fall more and more in love with it. I am addicted and not looking for any help, though scraps are always appreciated. LOL. Happy new year everyone!

Added by Tiffany on December 30, 2008 at 5:23pm — 2 Comments

New CT Quilt Blog

I am fascinated with this web site and all the ideas available to us. I will be retiring soon and look forward to catching up on my quilting. I have approximately 14 quilt tops which need quilting. However, I have more joy in piecing together quilts than actually quilting. I enjoy making small projects that I can complete within a short time. I recently saw a book with many different types of Nativity Scene patterns which I hope to purchase some day. Thank you for reading and allowing me to be… Continue

Added by Kathleen/CA on December 30, 2008 at 5:08pm — 3 Comments

Our Quilt of Life

Our Quilt of Life

If we stitch with care our quilt of life,
each seam may handle stress and strife.
Yet some stitches go and some we keep
in making each lovely block complete.
So as each day rolls slowly ‘round,
may all your threads be strong and sound,
and may the block you quilt today
be one you’ll always want to save!

Added by Ruth Y. Nott on December 30, 2008 at 4:31pm — No Comments

What a start for the year!

This is awesome. I've been a quilter for 5 years or so. Been sewing it seems all my life - but you don't have to "fit" quilts - so it is my preferred right now. I'm married and have two children - one in high school (yikes) and one just graduated from college and is looking for a job/career (or whatever that pays). I look forward to meeting all of you. I'm currently working on a baby quilt for a shower I'm going to in Feb. I live in La Mirada, CA.


Added by Anita Moen on December 30, 2008 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments


Hi Everyone, I just joined and wanted to say HI! to everyone. I love all the CT products and I'm really looking forward to the blog. Happy New Year all!

Added by planetpatricia on December 30, 2008 at 3:42pm — No Comments

Hello everyone ...

I just joined after spending a few hours reading and exploring the site. Everyone seems so nice. Hope to meet you all in time.

I just spent the last few days while on vacation tiling and grouting my entire kitchen wall and backsplash. Seems we quilters have a thing for taking small pieces and making large things from them! It looks great, I am a wreck! Not as young as I used to be. Gonna hurt in the morning for sure...

How many of us do DIY projects or even other crafts?… Continue

Added by Pauline on December 30, 2008 at 3:03pm — No Comments

Just joined from the mighty mitten ;)

Michigan that is :) Just joined this AM. New to blogging & we'll see how it shakes out :)

I'm looking forward to doing more projects that I want to do in 09 & less projects that I *feel obligated* to do. I want time to PLAY in my sewing room.

Added by Caren on December 30, 2008 at 2:49pm — 4 Comments

Hi Everyone, I just signed up and I have been a quilter for 30 years. I live in the high mountains of Colorado so I do a lot of indoor stuff. I also love to Cross Stitch. My favorite quilts are the f…

Hi Everyone,
I just signed up and I have been a quilter for 30 years. I live in the high mountains of Colorado so I do a lot of indoor stuff. I also love to Cross Stitch. My favorite quilts are the flannel and woodsie ones.
Diana Continue

Added by Diana on December 30, 2008 at 2:36pm — No Comments

Hi Everyone

Happy to join this site,love Connecting Threads. Love quilting, this year I will be trying paper piecing. I just received Carol Doak's 50 Fabulous Paper-Pieced Stars in the mail, and can't wait to get started. I live in Lorain, OH, about 25 minutes west of Cleveland. Happy quilting. Samara

Added by Samara--OH on December 30, 2008 at 1:44pm — 1 Comment

I'm new at this, but Hello

I really enjoy Connecting Threads. I look forward to the magazines that come, lots of good information. I live on the beautiful Oregon coast, and had a chance to visit the Connecting Threads store, a couple of years ago. Had such a good time there, a lovely store. Many great memories from the trip. I think if I get started on some Christmas projects I will get them finished by next Christmas... Hoping everyone has a blessed New Year.

Added by Nannette on December 30, 2008 at 1:36pm — No Comments


I just joined this forum. I love to quilt, but will admit I am very slow and don't get a lot accomplished. I love to read what others are doing and gain a lot of knowledge about quilting from others. Hope to get involved more. Will be leaving for Arizona in a couple of weeks, but plan to take material and sewing machne along. Happy New Year to all of you. Pat

Added by Prairiepines on December 30, 2008 at 1:36pm — No Comments

what Quilting project do you have in mind for next year ?

I will be working on a Delectabel Mountains Quilt for me this trip I won 32 yards from a raffel at my Local Quilt shop in which I only purchased 1 ticket so in my book I hit the lotery so I would like to see if I can use some of that to incoprate into this quilt and when I go to Lancaster in a few months I will get whatever else I need to do this .Also I would like to learn how to free motion quilt so that I don't have to send out the little projects like baby quilts tabel toppers stuff like… Continue

Added by Lois Adams on December 30, 2008 at 12:13pm — 3 Comments

Hello Everyone

I'm excited about this new web page from Connecting Threads. I have been quilting for about 7 yrs so I still consider myself a newbie compared to all the quilters I meet. I love to make quilts to give to people so I don't have many quilts in my home. I'm excited to talk with all of you and I am reading each blog.

Added by Liz Salas on December 30, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Hi everyone

This is new to me too. I have no idea what to do but I know everyone is blogging these days. I have be quilting for about 10 years and work to support my habit. I have 3 grown children and my youngest and only daughter will be getting married in 18 months. I think I will really need quilting to keep my sanity. I love to do scrap quilts and mystery quilts and enjoy challenges. I am not sure where this will lead me but I am looking forward to the journey.

Added by Jan Zodrow on December 30, 2008 at 10:06am — No Comments

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