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    tmpetz..........I do, and still sew with my Designer 1......my comfort zone..............drop me a line........calla/Sue

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    My name is JJ and I am a "newbie" to this website. Can't remember how I found it but sure glad I did. It seems to have wonderful information. I am kind of a "newbie quilter" also.
    Right now I need help! I have a Halloween panel called "Trick or Treat Smell My Feet" that you may have seen. I don't know what to put with it and would love some ideas. Can anyone help me? I am a visual person and do my best work by seeing something in print vs. verbal instruction. I think I have rattled on long enough for my first time. Hope to hear from someone.
    JJ in beautiful IdahoFalls.

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    Awwh, thanks Nancy! :)

    June

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    I will send you a PM with my phone number and email address.

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    Hey, this is such a cool idea! I'm new to this forum and have been quilting for 3 years, but I would consider myself a newbie too. Have completed a baby quilt, some table runners and currently working on a single quilt. I'm trying out machine quilting which I'm totally new to. Would love some advice!

    I want a quilting mummy! Who's interested to adopt me? ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivientan
    Hey, this is such a cool idea! I'm new to this forum and have been quilting for 3 years, but I would consider myself a newbie too. Have completed a baby quilt, some table runners and currently working on a single quilt. I'm trying out machine quilting which I'm totally new to. Would love some advice!

    I want a quilting mummy! Who's interested to adopt me? ;)
    Hi, I'm Nancy in MI and I can be your Mummy....now I have twins.

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    Hi Mummy Nancy! :) Thanks for adopting me. I really have tons of questions on machine quilting. Will gather all my doubts & PM u.

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    This really is a wonderful idea. I live in Chili, NY and have only been doing fairly simple quilts and small projects, except for my Quilts of Valor. I see many from Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee, Georgia and West Virginia on here but not many from NY. I just got my Bernina Stitch Regulator from an e-bay auction yesterday so free motion quilting is something I REALLY want to learn. I am very adoptable :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivientan
    Hi Mummy Nancy! :) Thanks for adopting me. I really have tons of questions on machine quilting. Will gather all my doubts & PM u.
    Oooops, LOL.... I don't machine quilt anything larger than a lap quilt. I have done as big as an over-sized queen and it turned out great but didn't enjoy the process at all. I might still be able to answer questions but just thought I would give you a heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKinCO
    I love this idea! I'm a newbie and would love to be adopted :) I'm still struggling with working out the kinks in my new machine (Janome 6600P) to be able to quilt well on it!
    I have a Janome 6600P. If you have any questions about it, pm me and I will help all I can. I love my machine.
    Sharon in Indiana

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