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    Oh this was an interesting post. I learned how to do a search for members by location and found someone not too far from me, so I sent a small 'HI' note.

    thanks for the info

    warm quilt hugs, sue in CA

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    Raining in Black Diamond too!!!!!!

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    Raining in Black Diamond too!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by susieob
    Raining in Black Diamond too!!!!!!
    It is raining in Rapid City, SD too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan P
    Any Spokane WA, Coeur de'Alene, ID quilters out there?
    I'm from Cd'A, love the northwest!! Bear Paw Quilting is our LQS

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    I'm another New Yorker with a cousin living in Horseheads. Love reading where all these gals and guys are from. Still haven't quite figured out how to post a question.

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    Hi SandyE, I live in Atascadero, CA. There doesn't seem to be to many quilters from CA. My husband and I lived in Napa for 4 yr. before moving to San Diego for 32 years now in Atascadero for 9. Have loved each town. Grandma 5

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    I am in a small town in Mass. Tyngsboro. It is on the N. H. border on rt.3
    I am new to this board but love it already . I am a newbie Quilter. I Love Quilting . Sometimes it is overwhelming to think about how much there is out there to learn . I really don't know if my Brain can hold all that info...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeysnana
    I am always on the lookout for fellow Pennsylvanians. I would love to find someone nearby with whom I could talk quilting!!
    Hi Joeysnana, I live outside Saltsburg Pa and have a primitive gift shop there. You are only about 20 minutes from me.

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    where are the foreigners ?
    :-D

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    Waving from Roseburg, Oregon, where we have already exceeded our average inches of rain for the month of June. I, too, love to see the locations of the quilters.

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    Hi Arleners -

    I'm from Brentwood, MO, which is a small municipality in St. Louis County, Missouri.

    This was fun reading all the responses!

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    Hello Jackie,
    You are right. It is fun to know were the people are from. I am from Wickliffe, OH, (Cleveland suburb) and I am very new at quilting and learning every day. Appreciate all of your sharing.

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    Indiana, USA here

    that is awesome, what a small world, hope you get to meet soon and have sew days

    Quote Originally Posted by crashnquilt
    "It's a small world" but never thought it would be brought to the size of a postage stamp. I received an email from a fellow member about location. As we got to pm'ing back and forth we have discovered we are about 3 miles apart. WOW!

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    Yea it is definately nice. I seem to always look to see where someone is from when they are posting.

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    have2quilt -

    We're having Wisconsin weather here right now believe it or now - very low humidity and low 80's and we're enjoying it while we can.

    I can let you know about a few quilt shops later for when you come. It would be nice to shop and meet with you but our daughter is due with her second baby and we might be a bit occupied. We also watch our 2 1/2 year old grandson because mommy and daddy have to work. But he's a little darlin and such a pleasure. So we'll see how it goes.

    We're going to continue to enjoy our "Wisconsin" weather tomorrow too! Lucky us.

    Jackie

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    I also am from long Island New York. I live in suffolk county too. What a small world. This is great ladies to know where we all are around the globe. I too am a lurker here . But I have learned alot from you all thank you. Joanne

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    You can go to the top of the website here and click on user list and can search by location or you can click on this link and type in the location name

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/user_list.jsp

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    I have tryed to change mine but it doesn't show up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ligia
    where are the foreigners ?
    :-D
    They probably aren't up yet! ....and it's raining here in MA too!

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    Hi, you can change your location by clicking at the top of this page "My Profile" and then under location complete it and be sure to click on the tab update profile, it will then show up on when you post messages



    Quote Originally Posted by medots
    I have tryed to change mine but it doesn't show up

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagarBeez
    I was born in Northern N.J., moved around a few places. My hubby and I are now in Eagar, Arizona, which is the base of the white mountains. I am 13 miles from N.M. I don't see too many Arizonian's here so far.
    EagarBeez - I am also in the mountains on the Rim, in Forest Lakes for the summer, winter in Mesa, AZ. Is there a LQS in Eagar, or do you shop at Amazing Quilts?

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    Where are all the Louisiana quilters?!? I'm in SE La, Denham Springs (just outside Baton Rouge).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nette
    I'm another New Yorker with a cousin living in Horseheads. Love reading where all these gals and guys are from. Still haven't quite figured out how to post a question.
    Hi Nette, When you go to MAIN, you can see in blue letters where it says 'create a new topic'. Just click on that, put your headline or a few words in the top box and then write the longer version of it in the bigger box and hit send. Hope I did this right.

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    I would love to see a list of the quilters from Western WA

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