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GKENNEDY74
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I started sewing when I was a kid sitting at my mom's machine making aprons, dolls clothes, etc. Then took home ec when I was in high school. Now quilting I didn't start until I retired 1/1/03. I have made 10 or 12 quilts and I have no clue how many table runners, wall hangings. I thoroughly enjoy quilting. It brings such pleasure to me.



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I started quilting about 7 or 8 years ago. I've always loved sewing, but after gaining all this weight I no longer enjoy making clothing, so it's fun to be able to play with fabric without worrying about fitting issues.


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Several years ago I decided to make a quilt table square out of my leftover drapery fabrics. I get some pretty big pieces and had quite a few that matched. Unfortunatley I didn't understand about 1/4" seams and cutting the blocks the same size etc. It was pretty but the minute it got washed it fell apart. THat got put aside for several years until I took that class. Now I love it! Carol

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That's a great story!


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In 1997 I was in a meditation group and I suggested we have a "comfort quilt" for the group...and everyone agreed and looked at me to do it...and I had never quilted in my life before that moment! It was a project filled with love and inspiration, every woman donating fabric (one woman gave her deceased mother's shirt that she gardened in)...I was terrified with the responsibility but that was the beginning of my journey. I found I loved fabric and the "task" of finding patterns and colors to go together. I am now making cribsized quilts for Golden Retriever Rescue...the dogs who are brought into foster care are given a quilt and it goes with them to their Forever Home when they are adopted.

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Interesting you so many of you started as kids. I started with Home Ec class. My mother didn't sew but I loved the class in middle-school and high. I didn't start to quilt until about five years ago. I always wanted to but it was my mother-in-law's hobby and she was so good at it! I didn't want her to see my work so I didn't try. After she died and we bought this house in the Bahamas I decided to give it a try with bright Caribbean fabrics. I have not made a lot of things, a few pillows, table runners, wall hangings and a quilt for my daughter.


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I started sewing when I was a kid, my mom taught me the basics and I made my own clothes (some of them) until I had my oldest and then I just didn't have the energy or time to keep on. I started again about 4 or 5 years ago and I wanted to make something special for my grandkids. So in that time I've made one for each one of them. Now I'm working on something for myself and my oldest granddaughter wants to learn how, so I'm getting things together to try to teach her and get her started.

One day at a time.

I'm not trying to lose weight. "I have no intention of finding it again"

We are all inventors, each sailing out on a voyage of discovery, guided each by a private chart, of which there is no duplicate. The world is all gates, all opportunities.
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I'm like Sue, it is so fun to hear about the others and their travels in quilting

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I started sewing at about age 9; first doll clothes, then clothes for me. I made by 8th grade graduation dress, my sister's 8th grade graduation dress, and a bride's maid dress. I also made a tent (we still have it) and various accessories for my husband. I 2008 my sister finally found Mr. Right and got married. She had been quilting for decades and had made many wedding quilts for friends and co-workers. She commented to me that no one was making her a wedding quilt, so big sister decided to fill in. In 2009 I took a class from JoAnn's that taught me the basics of quilting and I haven't stopped since.


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Thanks for finding this thread deep in the thread basket. It was fun to relive the stories!

Susie

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If it is to be, it is up to me. - Author Unknown

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4DOGNIGHT
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I took a beginning quilting class in Aug of 2010 and haven't stopped sewing since. I had previously dabbled in quilting with okay results but have learned much in the past 2.5 years. Carol

Pursue the things that make you feel alive and fill you with joy and balance.!


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I have only been quilting about 2 years. Always wanted to try, just didn't think I could do it. Started with a wall hanging for my "almost" great granddaughter's room. Wanted to finish it by the time she was born, but it was a lot harder than I thought.

I constantly think of patterns, materials, projects, quilts, quilted gifts, etc.--everything quilting! Also, I have become of material-nut. Can't get enough. There are so so many possibilities--creativity of every dimension.

Just wish I had more time to quilt, and more money to purchase more fabrics. Want to go on a shop hop. Love to go to quilt shows and see the beautiful things people made.

Hope to learn to do beautiful quilts--I got started much too late. I will try to make up for lost time.

Dee - a quilter and a dog lover emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Edited by: DEEGER at: 3/1/2013 (15:01)
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3/11/09 4:03 P

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NEW TODAY TO THIS TEAM. SPARKPEOPLE MEMBER SINCE 2/15/09. YES, I AM A QUILTER SINCE I THINK 1989. MY BEST FRIEND AND MY MOM HAD TAKEN LESSONS A FEW YEARS EARLIER BUT I WAS NOT INTERESTED. FINALLY MY FRIEND INSISTED I MAKE A QUILT FOR MY MOM. WE BOUGHT THE FABRIC AND SHE MADE ME CUT IT OUT. I THINK SHE WAS AFRAID I WOULD NOT DO IT WHEN I GOT HOME. ANYWAY, I HAVE BEEN QUILTING EVER SINCE AND LOVE IT! YES, MY FRIEND IS STILL MY BEST FRIEND AND WE HAVE LIVED IN DIFFERENT STATES FOR ABOUT 22 YEARS, ALWAYS REMAINING BEST FRIENDS. NOW, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS WE WILL BE LIVING 20MIN APART AND WE ARE IN HEAVEN! FABRIC SHOPPING, QUILT MEETINGS AND SHOWS...DOES LIFE GET ANY BETTER!!
LAINEE



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What wonderful stories! Quilters make the most interesting story-sharers!



Susie

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"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." - Eleanor Roosevelt

If it is to be, it is up to me. - Author Unknown

You can complain because roses have thorns. Or you can rejoice that thorns have roses. - Ziggy


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I started cutting out and hand sewing Grandmother's Flower Garden hexagons in the car with my DH on the way from NJ to OK. We were married one year and he had just accepted a job in the oil patch.That was 29 years ago, and that is the quilt that is most frequently keeping us warm at night.

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QUILTINGB52
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3/6/09 5:45 P

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I learned to sew on a treadle sewing machine. As soon as I could coordinate my feet & hands I was off stitching!!

That was 45 years ago & the sewing frenzy continues!!



~Annie B

My day is not complete until needle, thread & fabric meet!!

"In the final recollection, if the essence of my being has caused a smile to have appeared upon your face or a touch of joy within your heart, then in living I have made my work."
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MOONSTARBABY37
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3/6/09 1:16 P

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well, my mother quilted forever, so generally i learned from her but never really got into it till about 3 yrs ago , ive, only finished 1 twin quilt, but im currently working on 2 lap quilts and 1 twin quilt(which my mother just gave me to finish, i started it when i was 12)lol. and 2 queens. i do have the problem of doing too many things and once.but hopeful to finish and go further.


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GRAMMYTO3BOYS
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3/4/09 9:04 P

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I first became interested in quilting around the time of the Bi-Centennial. My mom and I had signed up to take a class together, but hubby got a new job and we moved 200 miles away. That was that for the next 5-6 years.

In 1981, I took a local community ed class and made a couple small projects. Learned a lot, and loved it, but that template stuff made me nuts! About 10 years later, I bought a beautiful book on antique doll & crib quilts. It's still one of my favorite books! When I decided to try to make a project from that book, a friend introduced me to rotary cutting tools. That was all I needed to get going for good!

Edited by: GRAMMYTO3BOYS at: 3/4/2009 (21:05)
Psalm 118 "I shall not die but live, and tell of the works of the Lord."

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I remember telling my mother when I was about seven that I wanted to learn how to quilt. She said that it wouldn't be possible, since we didn't have room to put a quilt frame in our house.

I took a begin to quilt class about 10 years ago, but I never did finish that project. About four years ago, I decided I wanted to try again. Took another class, haven't looked back since.

I quilt, therefore I am.

"Keep Calm and Carry On."
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Finish each day
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You have done what you could.
Some blunders and
Absurdities have crept in.
Forget them as soon as you can."

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Other then a 4-H project as a kid, I never even took Home Ec(!) I hadn't sewn until about 10 years ago. My company shutdown in 99 and I decided to take some of my severence money and buy one of those "new fangled" embroidery machines.... that had a sewing machine attached (LOL). I started taking lessons from my Bernina dealer and one was to make a quilted tree skirt. I was HOOKED! It still amazes me to get it all cut up put that 1st block together and go out to DH, saying "check this out! Is this cool or what!?"


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I was a 9th grade home ec. student (mid 70's) when I made my first quilt block, log cabin. Everyone in class made a block, one name from the class was drawn to take the quilt home. I still remember who won and it wasn't me! I didn't quilt again until the 90's. I started a denim quilt for my then kindergarten son. I finished it for his graduation from high school - sad, but true, it got stashed for a few years. Now I have been steady at it for about 5 years.

Karyl

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GAILYMVT
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I've been quilting for about 15 years but have really only completed 6 quilts and a myriad of runners.

It is harder to tear down a wall than it is to build one.

Greatness is not achieved by never failing but by how many times we get back up after falling.


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I got interested in the early 70's, when Bicentennial fever hit, but didn't really get going until 1981 when I took my first quilting class. I am finally working on one of the first quilts I wanted to make, a Clay's Choice [block in my photo gallery] from the August, 1973 Good Housekeeping magazine, but also loved a red-and-white house quilt and a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt way back when. Do any of you remember when Mountain Mist batting had quilt patterns on the label/wrappers? That's where I got the Flower Garden quilt idea.

Janet

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I have been sewing for 20 years and had always wanted to learn to quilt. When I got married 6 years ago my mother-in-law quilted and she and I bonded over quilting. I have been quilting ever since. Every year we go to a quilt show together. We don't have the typical in-law relationship. She tells people that she would get rid of her son before me! I sure treasure our relationship and quilting is what brought us together!


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I started quilting the later part of 2003/early 2004. Mama wanted me to make a Dutch Boy/Girl quilt for her to give to my brother. After she died in 2005 I took classes to find out how to finish the quilt I had started with her input. I haven't stopped since I started.

Trust God, believe in yourself, and keep looking forward. You can't change the past. You are always special.

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ISEW4UANDME
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I've been quilting about 30 years, sewing and tailoring much longer.


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I started quilting a little over 10 years ago.



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I jumped in with both feet about 11 yrs ago - not really knowing what I was doing and got it completely wrong re batting and backing on the first top I did - unfortunately my neice loves it so much I can't get it back (yet) to fix my errors

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I started quilting about 28 years ago. I quilt at the church and I also quilt at home. I hand quilt for other people so that keeps me pretty busy. I can usually quilt a full/queen in 6 weeks. So that means that my quilts that I piece are sitting here waiting to be quilted. Every now and then I have a break so I get to quilt one of my own. I think I have about 12 of my own that need quilted. I have sewed since I was 8 years old.

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About 6 years ago I met someone who taught quilting and over the years we've become very good friends. She kept inviting me to come and quilt with her but I didn't think it was for me. Finally this past summer I decided to learn and I took a class from her in sept of '07 and made a large log cabin wall hanging for my hubby. I've been at it for about 6 months now--and I love it!





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emoticonemoticonI started about 15 years ago, my first quilt, I bought some squares and sewed them together for my sister. No idea about how to do it and everything you could do wrong, I did it. My first real attempt was the log cabin that Eleanor Burns started with in one of the magazines. Once I started I have been severly addicted. I try almost anything. lol Have a blessed day Jo

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I wanted to learn how to sew. My mother is a seamstress as is my mother in law. I would see the quilting class taught at night school and finally convinced my older sister to take an all day class with me - October 2006.

Well when I want to do something - I do it with a vengeance. I started with very simple designs and quickly branched to harder and harder ones. So about 50+ quilts later in 2.5 years I continue to quilt trying to stretch myself with each quilt.

I love it as its a hobby I can easily do at home and I'm only limited by my imagination.

I love quilting - check out my portfolio. freepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gch
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About 10 years ago I gave birth to a preemie, who sadly didn't make it home. You know the quilts that so many of you do for the NICU, and other babies/children at risk? Well, I got one for my son, and after holding it and looking at it and knowing what it meant to me I wanted to return the favor. so I picked up some fabric, and just started with simple squares in a pattern, with a border. The first year I made 3, and then branched out. Then I found that my neighbor two doors down quilted, and she took me under her wing, and the rest is history.

Gwyn (who is in boot camp and taking things one NO at a time.)


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I also work off and on. I quess I made my first quilt before I ever got married...and that's been 39 years ago

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I started quilting probably about 15 years ago but work in spurts. I made two large quilts and then didn't quilt again for a while. Now I am making mostly baby quilts but would like to make one for my bed by the end of the summer.


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I am a newbie to quilting, only a year now..But boy do I love doing it!emoticon


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I have been quiltong for about 4 Years.

I AM THE SECRET TO MY OWN SUCCESS. ONLY I CAN MAKE ME FAIL.
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Welcome all you new team members!

I thought it would be interesting to see our level of experience. So, how long have you been quilting?

Personally, I began quilting in the early 1990's. I had the desire to make a crazy quilt since I was in junior high school (that's the late 1960's for me). I loyally saved all my scraps to do this, but was afraid to start. When my sister-in-law started, she showed me some tricks, how to use a rotary cutter and I have never looked back!

I look at those early projects and think - wow, I've come a long way!

Edited by: MSUEQUILTS at: 3/1/2009 (13:09)
Susie

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If it is to be, it is up to me. - Author Unknown

You can complain because roses have thorns. Or you can rejoice that thorns have roses. - Ziggy


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