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Thread: Colonial Courtin'

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    Super Member LovingIzabella's Avatar
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    This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Though I do fit in to that age range, I do think it depends on the type of quilting being done? Art quilts versus landscape versus traditional maybe?
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    Not in my area either and I am 49+ too lol!!! Even on my online guild more than 3/4 (or more) are 49+.

    I love the fabrics and the way you quilted it!!!

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    I don't agree with the age stats. Most of the quilter's I know are older than that!
    Beautiful quilt!
    Helen T.

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    I started quilting about 2 years ago, and I'll be 69 years young in August! Having so much fun with my newest hobby!

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    I started quilting about 2 years ago, and I'll be 69 years young in August! Having so much fun with my newest hobby!
    And I wish I had some of the fabrics you used in this beauty!

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    I started quilting about 2 years ago, and I'll be 69 years young in August! Having so much fun with my newest hobby!
    And I wish I had some of the fabrics you used in this beauty!
    2 years for me too. I'll be 68 on August 22. Always had interest, but traveled too much with work. Would have a long arm by now if I had started quilting earlier, but don't want to learn how to use one now!

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    beautiful job welll done!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nannyrick.com View Post
    AMEN to that!!!
    ...and a hearty lol!

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    I was in that bracket, 29, when I started quilting...only 41 years ago...
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    Momto5

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    Very pretty quilt, don't remember the fabrics. I haven't seen 59 for quite awhile. Just turned 67. I started at 21 or 22 years old. My Quilting Daughter started about 40 or so. It is like polls, you never know anyone who has been polled.
    Another Phyllis
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