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Thread: WOW!! thanks for the TUTEs

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    Super Member nanabirdmo's Avatar
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    WOW!!! I've been away for awhile and as i am checking back in i am noticing the TUTORIAL thread. what a wonderful resource.
    i have said it before and i will say it again, this is by far the best, most user friendly quilting forum around.
    thanks to all of you who make this web site so great. i know many of you put in a lot of time here, and it is greatly appreciated.

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    Senior Member mrs theo's Avatar
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    As a newbie, I would just like to say AMEN to that :D

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    I second that, Mrs. Theo! Lovin this site and have learned more in the short time I've been here than I have the last 3 years on my own. Plus, all the nice chit chat and warm welcomes. This HAS to be the best site ever on the web.

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    Oh wow Patrice, you've been working hard moving all the tute's over, good job!!! I think this is great :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb M
    Oh wow Patrice, you've been working hard moving all the tute's over, good job!!! I think this is great :)
    I just noticed that too!
    Great Job Patrice!!!! :thumbup:

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    Super Member Barb M's Avatar
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    Wow, just read your hexagon tute Patrice, absolutely awesome! I read the whole thing, and see that that would be a good Y seam lesson, about clipping the corners, if only i had known! lol, before our Y seam BOM lol lol good tute, and someday might use that to do grandmas flower garden, had wondered if it could be done by machine

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    :mrgreen:

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    Super Member retrogirl02's Avatar
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    Barb, you can do the grandma's flower garden by machine...I'm working on one now.

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    Hello retro girl,

    I am going to do a design board this week. I have been on line for an hour and not on the lap top. Made a great shrimp salad for lunch. Dad had chili. I am going to my sewing room for a bit. I like working downstairs on the computer as I can see better. I printed off the Cherry Cheesecake Muffins made from a cake mix from the quilting forum>recipes, check it out. Got a huge batch of cherries to pit and make more jam...... Love ya

    The Quiltnnana

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    wow, love the tutorial section

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