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Thread: New online magazine link

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    Thanks, I love freebie too!!

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    Thanks for the link. Free is always good.

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    I have been doing my own quilting on my sewing machine for several years. If you baste (pin or otherwise) really good, there is no puckering. I usually go around the inside and border, then quilt the inside, then the border. Just remember to baste really well.

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    When I was young I Watch my grandmother Qt with other family member, They started on two sides, and worked toward the center. They were doing hand Qting, semilar to clam shell. They would work as far as they could reach. Stop and roll, they would fill in between to half circle, starting small half circle, the lines were the width of the needle, thoses half circles would get bigger and wider as they crawd out of the valley to make a mountain. Being young I was told to watch the young one. Which I did .But that was towards the cinter.

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    Thank you for the address. Just signed up and am looking
    forward to reading the mag.
    Judy in Wyoming

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    Thanks for the site.

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    Thank you, and God bless.

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    Thanks for sharing with us. :)

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    I just subscribed. Thanks!!

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    Um, did I read correctly in the email that they sent me that there is a $1.85 fee for your first months membership? Just asking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbaltjars62
    Um, did I read correctly in the email that they sent me that there is a $1.85 fee for your first months membership? Just asking...
    I didn't get that email.....I wouldn't have sent the link, if I had got that reply. You can join their clubs to get patterns monthly for a fee. I hope that's not right about the fee. If so, I'm so sorry to have mentioned this site. Did anybody else get that same email?

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    When I initially visited the site, there were options to either join for the free stuff or join for the enhanced stuff for paying members. I opted for free only. No biggie as there is clearly a choice.

    And I'm always open to freebies, especially if they notify me.

    Thanks once again for the link. It just required reading a sentence or two to explore options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo Belmont
    When I initially visited the site, there were options to either join for the free stuff or join for the enhanced stuff for paying members. I opted for free only. No biggie as there is clearly a choice.

    And I'm always open to freebies, especially if they notify me.

    Thanks once again for the link. It just required reading a sentence or two to explore options.
    I'm with her, I also opted for the free only and we had a choice. Thanks for sharing it.

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