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Thread: New Category

  1. #26

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    Yes, I look forward to this new category! I am new and I enjoy
    reading each of the messages.

  2. #27

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    I am all for any visual aid possible. At 80 years old I remember one thing from the past; that being "A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS".

    Also, I am just a beginner when it comes to quilting. I am hoping "you can teach an old dog new tricks".

  3. #28

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    yes I think it would be a great idea I am a new quilter just starting and would give me ideas.

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    I think its great I love seeing differnt quilts. And the more ides I get for a new one the better

  5. #30

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    Great idea!

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    so let's get it going already LOL

  7. #32

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    I would love to see pictures of completed quilts along with information as to where to find the pattern in case I'd like to make a similar one. Being kind of new to quilting, I probably would not recognize many of the patterns out there.

  8. #33

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    Yes, Absolutely a great idea

  9. #34

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    Count me in. I think that showing pictures of others work will entice you to want to quilt more......I know that when I first went to a quilting guild I saw the most beautiful quilts and I wanted to learn how to quilt and to be able to make beautiful quilts too.....and now I am.
    I think that this is a wonderful ideal...my vote is YES, YES, YES.

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    :) I like that idea so much, I am often inspired to change a pattern or design by seeing something someone else has done. Or alter the colors to make the differences. I can't wait for us to begin sharing.

  11. #36

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    I'd love to see quilts made by the people on the board. I get inspired by seeing alot of quilts. This board forum is a great resourse and this would just add another demention.

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    :D Let's do it![quote]

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    Yes, I think it's a great idea!

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    Can hardly wait - could it start soon?

    Joy.

  15. #40

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    Will some one please tell me how to make a nine patch variation quilt .i need to know how long to cut the strip and how many inches, i know how to assembly it once i get the measurement.

    thank you
    Annette
    Oklahoma City

  16. #41

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    :) yes, please post pictures -- it gives more interest when it is viewed

  17. #42

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    I vote yes to the *Show and Tell* idea.
    Joan
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  18. #43

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    Its a Great Idea. I just finished my first quilt and need some ideas
    Its great seeing and hereing from others
    :roll:

  19. #44

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    Annette,
    I really don't know about the nine-patch variation pattern that you are talking about, but if you would go to google and type in nine patch variation quilt pattern, perhaps it will find it for you....you may haft to scroll around until you find exactally what you are looking for. or perhaps someone else that is veiwing this quilting board will know what you are wanting and can give you the information that you are needing.
    good luck...
    scarlett686_

  20. #45

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    YES! Pictures are so inspirational and like everyone else has said, super ideas come from seeing what other creative people are doing. I also learn better by seeing as well as reading. Show and Tells are the best! I vote YES! Thanks for setting this up.
    Randy

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    I vote Yes for pics of quilts.

  22. #47

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    Laura:
    You will be VERY surprised at how quickly you start recognizing quilt patterns. I know I sure was. Enjoy and keep on quilting.

    Randy

  23. #48

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    I think that is a great idea. I am trying to find the "perfect pattern" for a black and white quilt and by looking at pictures, etc I can perhaps find one that I would like to do in a similar pattern.

    Becky

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    As as new quilter, I think this would be great - I love looking at completed quilts, not just patterns. Anything to help me would be great!

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    I love to look at pictures and get new ideas, I can't at this time add any pictures but am working on it. :D

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