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  1. lighthouse's Avatar
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    Congrats
  2. patski's Avatar
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    Beware, Joanns makes some of theirs 17"x21!
  3. Jingle's Avatar
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    Good for you, I donated all my hobby supplies to Goodwill a while back. I only want to quilt and try to use up my fabrics.
  4. Jadie's Avatar
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    I have been totaly blessed my quilt buddy is my sister!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Don't forget to add in blender fabrics. Sometime's it's easy to get only focus fabrics.
  6. Judith1005's Avatar
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    That's awesome!! I found my quilt buddy here on the quilt board also. Have fun. Hope you'll be able to meet more often and quilt together.
  7. imdelagarza62's Avatar
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    Wow, that's great. I have been planning to sell all of my other craft items as well. Hope when I am ready I get as lucky as you for both a new buddy and a sewing machine.
  8. squirtygirl's Avatar
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    Thankyou that helps me not to overbuy
  9. squirtygirl's Avatar
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    Thankyou, that helped
  10. abdconsultant's Avatar
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    It depends on the space you have and the projects you plan to do. Fabric has a way of multiplying to an amount that will "own you". If you are working small with limited space, start collecting 1/2 yd cuts of fabrics you love only & go from there. Good luck!
  11. Traceylyn's Avatar
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    sometimes these machines are created and given model numbers when they are really just promotions. try this email: info@simplicity.com
  12. Judith1005's Avatar
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    I use a 23 x 23 cutting mat (blue) June Taylor (wal-mart)
    And a 23 x 6 1/2 Easy Rule II by Sharon Hutgren (wal-mart)

    I started with these two rulers and their my favorite and get used all the time.
    They were the most inexpensive ones wal-mart carried at the time. I'm sure you may be able to use JoAnn Fabric coupons for a great deal also.

    I have a Fisker 45mm rotory cutter. But, I'm NOT crazy about it. I've had it two years and you have to tighten the bolt every time you use it. (several times when in use.) You might want to ask others how they like there rotory cutters. I just can't justify spending more money on a new one yet because technically it does work. So, I'm just hanging out until I find a can't pass up deal. Good Luck. Hope you get lots of feed back. You can always pm me if you want to get more info.
  13. squirtygirl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cool AZ quilter
    FQ is 18" X 22"
    Thankyou for your answer.
  14. Cool AZ quilter's Avatar
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    FQ is 18" X 22"
  15. Krisb's Avatar
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    To post a picture, you go to the pictures forum and start a new thread. If you need instruction on that, check out Patrice's great directions on the QB Help forum. Be sure to size the picture correctly; it won't post if it is too big.

    Now, on having it appear in the Daily Digest, the topics listed are those that generated the most "action", so a new thread will appear on the list if a lot of other people reply to it.
  16. squirtygirl's Avatar
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    Thankyou for the suggestions. I'm going to check out the site now.
  17. sharon b's Avatar
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    have you tried Fat Cat Patterns ? She has some awesome ones - the other thing I do is Google coloring pages and what I am looking for - that works really well also
  18. annthreecats's Avatar
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    Wishing you luck. Enjoy your new machine. I hope you have a lot of fun playing and sewing.

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