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ghostrider 07-03-2011 06:33 AM

Even advanced and master quilters readily admit that they still learn new things all the time. Don't underrate your level just because you don't know everything there is to know!

I'd be willing to bet every one of you that claims to be a beginner is actually at least an intermediate level quilter. Here are some links that have skill level ratings. Please note that 'skill level' does not reflect the quality of your work, only your knowledge and experience.

http://www.road2ca.com/classINFO.html
http://www.thefabricpatch.com/fabric...g_classes.html
http://quiltpatternmagazine.com/testing/

EagarBeez 07-03-2011 07:23 AM

I know I will never be perfect, I try, I have made a few quilts now, and strive to better each one, and challenge myself for a little harder each time. I don't quilt them, I tie. I might classify myself as advanced newbie. I am addicted to making quilts and find this so relaxing, even when things go wrong


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