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Thread: Men Quilting

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    Super Member Scrap Happy's Avatar
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    Stewy (board name stewyscrewy) is another LAQ. Here is a link you might like about some of the projects the guys have made: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-41725-1.htm

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    I polled the members here last week and Holice was the only one to answer.

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    Lots of men quilt. My hubby would be good at it. I am afraid to let him try my long arm--I might never get it again. LOL
    DONISEW and Eddie are here-Stewy too.

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    Screwy stewy loves to LA'

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    I just took 5 quilts to a LAQ who's a guy. You can contact him at kars@karsquilting.com.

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    There is another post going about male quilters. It will be totaled up, etc. and posted next week, I think she said.

    I love to see what men quilters do! You all do such wonderful work!

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    My husband is just starting to dabble in quilting. He helps me with drawing quilt line designs and sewing machines. He also does what would probably be considered primative paper piecing to save scraps.

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    Jeff aka Hoopa is a quilter too...
    Good luck on using the LA machine..once you start I am sure it will be like riding a bicycle..too much fun to stop doing!! I would love to have one myself and do hope to before I am too old to stand and run it..Opps....I think it might be too late for me now *L*
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    There's quite a few - including my husband, also known as GOM (grumpy old man). He's not registered, but I've posted some of his quilts, which are, well, different! GOM pieces as well as quilts, but on a domestic machine. We don't have room for a longarm. Keep it up - if you haven't already done so, try piecing your own blocks, you might find you like putting blocks together into your own quilt. Most of the men I know who are involved in piecing and quilting are quite adventurous with colour and design and this makes for some very interesting quilts.

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    You guys on here are so inspirational!!! Love all the quilts you show. Great that you are all creating heirlooms!!!

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