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Thread: Hello from Scotland!

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    Super Member bjsmith57's Avatar
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    Welcome from Arizona
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    Hello and welcome the board from the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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    Welcome to QB from South Dakota!

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    Welcome from OHIO!
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    Thank you all for the lovely, warm welcomes!

    Carly, thank you for the opportunity for a chat and help if needed, its much appreciated.

    Again, thank you all

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    Welcome and waving from Colorado
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    Hello Fifee, I'm in Aberdeen. Nice to see another Scot on the forum. You will find the board an amazing source of information.

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    Hello, and welcome from North Central Missouri. My husband wears the USA version of the Scottish Kilt. He has learned to make them himself...and its not nine yards in a kilt. since its pleated with a waist line.

    There is much to learn on this board. I lurked for six months or so..then joined and ask questions or someone else did and I learned, too. finally signed up with a Block of the Month in Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt, and found a wonderful international group to quilt with in that project and everyone moved into the Pony Club. . . On to Spike your English (SYE) free each month from Quilting On the Square, Holton, Kansas, free newsletter, with paper piece patterns. Also www.quilterscache.com has 1600 free quilt patterns. Feel free to PM me with any questions you may have with the board or quilting. Main thing is to have FUN and enjoy quilting. I am and I am blind in left eye, and had the Optic Nerve swell up in right eye, limiting the vision there; no matter, I am still stripping like Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day shoppe,and quilting. She has excellent quuilting books to start with and very helpful staff. www.quiltinaday.com

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    There are no bad quilts. They will still keep someone warm.

    Welcome from Australia
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    A big hello and welcome from Queensland, Australia!

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    Welcome. So glad to have you with our family. we are all like sisters and brothers so if you need just ask. Hugs to you.

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