FYI - it will be July 12 :D
Anyone who wants to participate, here is the address to sign up:
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hmmm my interest is peaked!
I signed up. Sounds like fun!! Thanks for the link! :wink:
I agree!! Wow.. what a quilting party that would be! lolOriginally Posted by Loretta
Thank you for the link.
I signed up, too.
I have always managed to miss the one day marathon sewing things, but now, I may actually get to it.
Again, thank you! SALUTE!
If enough of us sign up, maybe then we won't forget!
That is EXACTLY what I am hoping for!Originally Posted by Ninnie
Of course, our Sundays are like - - ranch work, early am, breakfast at the Post, come home and take a nap (I keep trying to get that beauty thing going, but I am not convinced it is all it is advertised to be
on the other hand, I do have a lot of charm, so ... and that afternoon nap does really feel refreshing!)
and then I get up and start feeding animals again ... and, hey!
by the way ... since I am saying I am on this, that means I am going to have to figure out how to take a picture on my cell phone and then get the picture posted online.
Does anyone have any pointers about that phenomenon?
Originally Posted by omak
I know you can get a cord that plugs into your camera and the computer an d down load them! I don't think they cost too much.
Has anyone done this before, I would like to try but not sure how it works,
They are going to posting the steps in the chat room, hourly.
Usually what happens is there is a beginning time ... of course, we all have the first step with fabrics all cut.
All fabrics cut, the howdy on July 12 at whatever time, and then the fun begins ... they tell you each step, one at a time, in the meantime, if you finish each step, we sit in chat and just do what you do in chat while waiting to see which of us wins the door prizes, and then the next step and so on throughout the day.
I saw a place that said they would be leaving the total mystery up online for twenty four hours following the closing stitches, so you could download the entire pattern at that time ... or see it to see if it really is something you want to do ...
I have done a number of mystery quilts, and I have observed online workdays like during the football playoffs, etc.
It can be a lot of fun, but, I am glad I missed the New Year's Eve quilt ... curves are not my idea of practical or fun (but, then ... what do I know? My eyes are brown! LOL)