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Thread: How many quilts have you made?

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    How many quilts have you made?

    How many quilts have you made?

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    7 quit tops but only 2 full quilts.

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    7 complete quilts one top that's unfinished. Its flannel and now that its warm outside I lack the motivation to sandwich and complete it! I think it will have to wait until winter

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    Just finished 24th quilt.
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    I've probably made 150. Many were given away. That is only a guess, and I have about 20 ufo's that I didn't add into that total.
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    I forgot to ask along with how many quilts you have made, how long have you been quilting,
    and do you send yours to a longarm quilter, do you hand quilt, or do you machine quilt it yourself?
    Looking forward to all of your answers. Love talking to fellow quilters.

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    I just counted 67 flimseys ( pieced but not sandwiched or quilted ) and at least triple that many finished over a lifetime of quilting. I enjoy the fabric searching, cutting and piecing a bit more than the actual quilting process but I am always pleased to finish a quilt too! Having that many tops ready to finish, means, I can pull one out and finish it quickly if necessary.....unexpected hospital stay by a friend, for example! That said, I will start another flimsy this afternoon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mary123 View Post
    I forgot to ask along with how many quilts you have made, how long have you been quilting,
    and do you send yours to a longarm quilter, do you hand quilt, or do you machine quilt it yourself?
    Looking forward to all of your answers. Love talking to fellow quilters.
    I have been quilting for 3 years. I have finished 3 so far this year. I quilt them myself on my home machine but dream of a longarm. I'm still a beginner and have young kids (4 and 2) so it will be awhile before I can get one. For now I am very happy with my baby lock symphony!

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    I think I'm in the mid 30s now (finished) and at least 10 more ready to be quilted.
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    I've been quilting for 5 years and have probably made around 30 so far. I only work on one at a time so I have some blocks on my design board and nothing waiting to be quilted. I have done up to queen size on my DSM but sent the only kind sized I have made out to be long-armed.
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