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 !!!
Hi Gini. Would you like to be my friend? I sent a quickie request, but they are hard to spot on your page. I almost missed the one from Becky! I am dreading the packing next week, especially since it will be hot. I'm having a terrible time deciding what to take with me to sew on. I don't have much longer to decide, so I'll have to get busy Monday.
Thanks for the post about WDC. It was very helpful. Can you suggest a tour bus/trolley that is better than others? I looked into Old Town Trolley Tours because someone suggested a night tour of the monuments because it is quite a sight. I think we are staying at the Hyatt on Capitol Hill...my sister made those reservations because of her conference. Thanks again.
Gini, where is Banner Elk? I'm too lazy to get my maps out! We're in Maryville, just south of Knoxville. Actually, it's becoming a suburb of Knoxville. Joe was in the Navy for 23 years, and retired in 1978. I can't believe it has been that long, but it does give away our ages! Our youngest son is still on active duty at the Pentagon.
I'm very new to this group and to quilting as well as communicating thru the computer. I'm still trying to get the hang of all this.
I read you just had a birthday so Happy Birthday a little late. Mine was Dec. 9.
Hope you enjoy the group.
We don't usually get too much snow here in Arkansas so when we do it paralyzes the place since we don't have many snow removal plows.
Merry Christmas to you and yours and Happy New Year with lots of quilting to do. Enjoy! Love and Hugs, Dee
I am sorry for my lack of participation in getting things done with the group right now. I am on vacation in KY and will be back shortly. we will be starting the New Year off with a new project that I am working on.
I have a question about the adhesive quilt patterns and where to get them, can you use them on machine quilting or no? Aslso the Flynn frame was invented by Earl Flynn, he use to travel to shops and fairs not sure if he still does.
Welcome to the Quilt Frame. There is really no such thing as a late blooming quilter. It is our "calling" whenever we are ready. You will enjoy this group. We are of many ages and stages of quilting - from all over the world. You'll find many great hints and helps here and a very friendly bunch. So glad to have you with us. Joyce