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Thread: How many forums?

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    Super Member sew cornie's Avatar
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    How many forums?

    How many quilting forums are you a member of and what appeals to you about each of them?
    "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" - Mary Oliver

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    this is the only strictly quilting forum i belong to. i used to belong to other forums that are quilting related... quilting machines, quilt guild, sewing forum, and many others. none are as awesome as this one.
    Nancy in western NY
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    just this one. i would never get anything else done if i belong to more lol

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    This is the only one I belong too!!!

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    i have lost count of the many forums out there. each has something different to offer, so it wouldn't be at all surprising to know that some of us belong to more than one. (i admit to being a bit biased when it comes to ours. LOL )

    two ways in which we try to be different are that we discourage or delete nasty posts and don't allow greed to ruin our little Thrift Shop/Yard Sale. i know that policy isn't universally popular but since we are not a dive bar or marketplace, it's worth ruffling a few feathers to keep us that way.

    The company that owns our space also supports several other boards some of you might find interesting:

    > www.craftster.org
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    > www.inhabitat.com
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    > www.splitcoaststampers.com
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    > www.weddingbee.com
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    > www.davesgarden.com
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    I also have an eddres you can use if you need to contact me with questions or suggestions that relate to our community: patricej@quiltingboard.com

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    Super Member athomenow's Avatar
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    I belong to two other ones. Mostly I look for the social aspects of each because I am not really into quilting but purse making. I have gotten good ideas from all of them and made some friends. That's all I'm looking for.
    Debra

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    Just this one. None of the others I have visited seem as easy as this one, even with the changes, which I am getting very used to. I'm not even surprised anymore when I log in and see the new screen.

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    Only this one. Love it.

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    Super Member DebraK's Avatar
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    I read a lot of quilty blogs, but only this quilt forum.

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    What about you, Sew Cornie?

    This is the only public forum I have joined. I like the fact that the discussion here remains focussed on quilting and appreciate the expertise of our members. Any time I've had trouble with anything quilty, I have found lots of help from this group.
    Barbara

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