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Thread: Hello.....everyone..I'm Thai quilter....

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    Super Member Lori S's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Welcome, I am from the Southwest suburbs of Chicago! It has been one really hot summer! There are some great fabric shops here , you will have lots of fun exploring them..

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    Camas, Washington
    Hello and welcome!

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    Senior Member Maksi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus63000
    Quote Originally Posted by Maksi
    Hello from Europe, Holland.
    I'm also not a English native speaker. You'll see that everyone on this board will help you with your English and please show us a lot of pictures. We love pictures!

    Glad you joined this board!
    Are you Chinese or Japanese..? Thank you for warm welcome..
    I'm Dutch. I think you were confused by my avatar Pucca, wich is from Korea. (I love Manga and Anime and Pucca is just funny.) :)

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    Super Member Toto's Mom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsb38327
    Welcome to the Quiltingboard. If you need help and don't have the words use photo's. We all speak 'Quilting'. Glad to you have join us.
    Glad to have you, and we will all help in any way we can.

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    Welcome, Kate! Glad to have you here!

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    Member husband-of-a-quilter's Avatar
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    Welcome from Pennsylvania
    In 1975 and 1976 I spent 13 months in Thailand in a small town just west of Udorn Thani near Laos.
    I love the people. My friend and I would hire a taxi and travel the country side. I remember the bus trip to Bangkok, the bus was so colorful and loaded with people, even had a bus stewardess. I remember the rides in the back of pickup trucks to get into town, I believe they were called baht buses. Sometimes there would be 20 people in the back of a Toyota pickup, just amazing. Everything was so colorful, the country and people so beautiful. I actually purchased Thai silk and shipped it home for my then future wife. I would love to go back someday.
    Again Welcome

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