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Thread: I found my true love

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    Hello every one. I just discovered sewing, quilting and art quilts all in the same year. I'm so excited. I have a ton of questions and so much to learn.
    Spokane girl

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    Welcome to this little corner of heaven. Isn't quilting great? I need a few more hours in the day to accomplish everything I want to do.

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    Super Member mimisharon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by julie
    Welcome to this little corner of heaven. Isn't quilting great? I need a few more hours in the day to accomplish everything I want to do.
    Me, too, Julie! If the eyes and the body would just stay strong enough with the extra hours.

    Welcome Spokane girl/in heaven, you've found the right place for questions and answers.

    Sharon
    North Carolina

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    Thank you so much. It's nice to meet you both.

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    Inheaven, you are going to be busy for the rest of your life, and no matter how long that life is, you will never get done with all of the new projects you are going to want to do. Welcome!!

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    Don't I know it. I can't look at pictures now with out being inspired, and God forbid my hubby finds out exactly what I'm spending. I'll be in big trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheaven
    Don't I know it. I can't look at pictures now with out being inspired, and God forbid my hubby finds out exactly what I'm spending. I'll be in big trouble.
    Most of us can relate to the overspending aspect of quilting. I know I am always in hot water that way, but I gotta have more. I want it all. :mrgreen: What types of fabric do you look for to do your art quilts? And what is your name??

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    Right now I have a love affair with Batik but I also love calico for large quilts and black and white fabrics. Who am I kidding I love them all!
    Nina

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    :D I agree with you totally. Quilting in the beginning was just a new craft for me (that was 20 Years ago). Now it's my sanity, calmness, and at times just a strong lifeline when things get to tough. It got me through both of my children growing up and moving out and the emptynestsyndrome. I did a lot of crying, then I went to work purging and reconstructing their room into MY QUILTING HAVEN. I still miss them but get a lot of comfort being in that room doing what I love.
    Thank goodness for the person that started this quilting fever.

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    Why didn't God create an extra 24 hhour day just for us quilters?

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