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Thread: Quilts for Quilters Swap OPEN til 15 Dec 2011

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    Super Member jillaine's Avatar
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    [Update: 26 October: SEEKING AT LEAST 4 MORE PEOPLE]

    Inspired by this topic here:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-158224-1.htm
    about how quilters are rarely gifted with a quilt by another quilter, this swap is for quilters who would like to swap a fully completed quilt with another quilter.

    Guidelines:
    Sign up for this swap by December 15, 2011. Quilts must be delivered, fully finished, by July 1, 2012.

    Size: no smaller than 45" x 60"; no larger than 60" x 60". 100% cotton fabric. See http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-20154-1.htm for general swap rules.

    To participate, please PM me the following information:

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

    1. Your name, address, email and phone #

    ABOUT WHAT YOU'D LIKE TO RECEIVE:

    2. What type of quilt DESIGN would you most like to RECEIVE? You can be as general or specific as you want to be. Use OTHER to clarify your interest. (For example: "I've always wanted an Amish-style quilt")

    Traditional
    Modern
    Pieced
    Appliqué
    Surprise me!
    Other:

    3. What type of FABRIC would you most prefer to RECEIVE? If you have a preference for fabric TYPE (NOT color; see separate question below), please state it here. All fabric will be 100% cotton.

    Solids
    Prints (explain further in OTHER below)
    Batiks
    1930s Reproductions
    Civil War
    Novelty (explain further in OTHER below)
    Surprise me!
    Other:

    4. What are your COLOR preferences for the quilt you'd like to RECEIVE? Use OTHER to clarify your color preference.

    Reds
    Yellows/Oranges
    Blues
    Greens
    Earth tones/Neutrals
    Bright colors
    Soft, muted pastel colors
    Surprise me!
    Other:

    5. What else do you want your swap partner to know about the quilt you'd love to RECEIVE?


    ABOUT WHAT YOU'D LIKE TO MAKE & GIVE:

    6. What type of quilt DESIGN would you most like to MAKE for another? You can be as general or specific as you want to be. Use OTHER to clarify. (For example: "I love to make log cabins")

    Traditional
    Modern
    Pieced
    Appliqué
    I'm up for making anything!
    Other:

    7. What TYPE of FABRIC do you have a lot of in your stash? To keep costs low, we're trying to make matches with people based on what they have in their stash already.

    Solids
    Prints (explain further in OTHER below)
    Batiks
    1930s Reproductions
    Civil War
    Novelty (explain further in OTHER below)
    I'm willing/able to purchase what my swap partner wants
    Other:

    8. What COLORs do you have a lot of in your stash? Use OTHER to clarify what colors you have.

    Reds
    Yellows/Oranges
    Blues
    Greens
    Earth tones/Neutrals
    Bright colors
    Soft, muted pastel colors
    Other:

    9. What else do you want your swap partner to know about the quilt you'd love to make?
    Last edited by PatriceJ; 12-17-2011 at 01:39 AM.

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    Just checking: are those sizes accurate? It seems a narrow range to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher
    Just checking: are those sizes accurate? It seems a narrow range to me.
    Because we want to keep this doable, with sizes that are achievable, we're keeping this to lap size-- anywhere from 45x60 to 60x60.

    -- Jillaine

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    i'm in, i sent you a PM answering all the questions.

    if you have any thing further to ask of me just let me know.

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    We have nine signed up so far. Loving your answers to the questions. Sounds like we've got a diversity of experience and interests!

    Please join us!

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    I sent you a PM. If you need more info, just PM me.

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    Now up to 12 !!! I'm getting excited.

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    Very interested in this but a question - how is the quilt to be quilted? by hand, LAQ or domestic machine. Can it be a mixture of two types of quilting. Carol

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    I can quilt on my domestic machine, or I can tie them. I might be able to hand quilt using the method called 'big stitch', since I can't see well enough to do regular hand quilting. I can't afford to 'quilt by check' at this time. I hope this is OK.

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    The quilting is up to the giver.

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