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Thread: New from New York

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfire55
    Gail, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!! I WILL CHECK THESE OUT. How great everyone is and how helpful. Thanks again evryone, i would say ladies, but we might have a gentleman aboard! thanks again, Kathy
    You are right! We have several gentlemen!
    Once again, welcome!

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    Nursie76, Youv'e got it, if i ever get it started! i have bought most of my paper to iron on, i'm not quite sure how to position the pictures, so that i don't waste the paper. Thanks again, Kathy

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    Welcome from Michigan.Sorry for the loss of your granddaughter. I haven't made a memory quilt yet, but do plan to do one with my late Father-in-law's ties.

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    Don't now how to make a memory quilt, but I do know what it is like to lose a child. My thoughts are with your daughter and with your family. I think of the wonderful good times, my son was 42 when we lost him, age is irrelevant when this happens. You and your family all think of the good things about your grandchild and live with those memories. God Bless

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    By the way. I am from Uk, but I Loooooooove NY. City Quilter is a great shop, not cheap but wonderful

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    Oh I am so sorry about that precious baby. Some things just don't make sense :(
    I'm from your neck of the woods- Utica. Lived in Syracuse also for many years.
    Welcome to the board. Quilts aren't nearly as hard as some of the things you've made! (in my opinion)
    Take care :)

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    Welcome to the board! I have not done a memory quilt yet, but I am sure there are many here who can help you. You are so nice to be doing this.

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    QBee~Gail, Wow! Thank you for sharing those quilts with me ..........yes, yes, they were very helpful, i think i get it now....i mean i have a lot better idea. i'm just wondering how in the world you do the irish chain? i mean the pieces are so tiny! that has always been my favorite i think, besides the cathedral quilt. oh, i have dozens of quilting books, not mags, but , books! so you see i really do want to quilt, i'm just such a big chicken to start. yes, i said the same thing, how can you be afraid to quilt after making all of the things that i have made! kathy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfire55
    QBee~Gail, Wow! Thank you for sharing those quilts with me ..........yes, yes, they were very helpful, i think i get it now....i mean i have a lot better idea. i'm just wondering how in the world you do the irish chain? i mean the pieces are so tiny! that has always been my favorite i think, besides the cathedral quilt. oh, i have dozens of quilting books, not mags, but , books! so you see i really do want to quilt, i'm just such a big chicken to start. yes, i said the same thing, how can you be afraid to quilt after making all of the things that i have made! kathy
    There is a lady who's books are SO EASY to read. I have only made one quilt...I'm brand new at this and I used her book and it was great. I did NOT sew before so it was all new to me and it still made sense. I believe she has a book on the Irish Chain...her name is Eleanor Burns. I will check to see if I can find the book.

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    OK...I found the book and it's under $10 :D
    I would suggest that you kind of "design it" on paper or something and then get on here and get these folk's input. They can be SO helpful. Let us know if you need anything! Here is the book:

    http://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponlin...play.asp?i=616

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