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Thread: Batik Stars Quilt

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    Super Member belmer's Avatar
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    Beautiful job! I think you should go for it.

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    Ready - set - go!!! I think you are certainly ready !!! Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teapots and Quilts
    Looks great! I'd hire you!
    Me too! Of course, I'd have to finish one first!!! :oops:

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    Goregous Guilt.

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    Wonderful!! You are really ready to quilt for $$. I wish I had some $$. Like bjnicholson I'd have to finish a quilt first. Mine is still in the sandwich stage.

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    Love your ideas, you have an empty space in the star that is a bit to empty. The biggest thing about quilting a quilt is to keep the denseness (is that a word?) even.
    You could echo the star inside, that way it would be the same density.

    About quilting for others, my business plan was to do enough of my own quilts, showing them to guilds and the quilt shops. Taking classes and when show and tell was available I could show my work. Have some nice cards made up, and be sure to make your business legal, it doesn't take much to get a tax id, and then you don't have any "guilt" for doing it under the table.
    Be sure to have insurance, you never want anything to happen without insurance.

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    Very nice, you could quilt for me :!:

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    Awsome job! I would give that a :thumbup:

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    Ready, set, GO!!!!!!

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    Nice job! I just love batiks.

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