Old 12-31-2016, 04:21 PM
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I think it depends on what your looking to do...

If just wanting to do traditional quilts, then I agree with the others that "paid for" websites are definitely not worth it due to so much free stuff available such as Bonnie Hunter or Crafty Gemini. Your better off spending your money on quality cutting and ironing tools, frequenting of local events, industry magazines, and one-off classes.

Although I might invest in online web access whilst looking to expand beyond the realm of traditional quilting, such as for art quilts, quilted apparel/accessories, fabric surface designs with dyes and inks, etc.
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