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    Hi everyone, I'm new to the site, and fairly new to quilting. :D

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    Hi and welcome.

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    Good morning BikerBabe. Welcome from New England. You'll find tons of ideas and friendly people here. Check out the Pictures section for lots of inspiration!

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    I've been a seamstress for about 45 yrs, but only started quilting about 4 years ago, and I am hooked!!

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    Welcome from the midwest. Glad to have you here.

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    Good morning quilter7x!!

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    Glad I found this site, quilt mom!

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    With a good knowledge base of sewing, you'll do fine with quilting. One thing that surprised me when I started quilting is how many people were afraid to do curved seams. If you can put a sleeve on a top, you can do curved seams!

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    That is so true ! I can't even imagine making a quilt with curved seams!!

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    There are lots of patterns that used curved seams. Drunkard's path is one of them. You won't have any problem doing it though because of your seamstress background.

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