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    Super Member Taughtby Grandma's Avatar
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    I do have my computer in my sewing room, but it's a laptop so I can carry it downstairs with my DH watching TV.

    I got addicted the this board because for the first time since my mom passed away in 2007 I can talk sewing and quilting with someone who understands what I mean and how I feel about having a good outlet for my skills, frustrations and sometimes I even get to share a little of my learned experience.

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    Always friends here to lift you up when you need this...tips and experience galore. Just makes you feel warm and fuzzy with all the good vibes and laughs!!

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    Senior Member redbugsullivan's Avatar
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    What I learned here- That I'm able to participate in a forum and never feel stupid/inexperienced. That every day there will be grand things to discover and sometimes I will even be able to share and encourage someone else. And most importantly, to press before continuing to stitch!!

  4. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiesh
    I'm a college student that enjoys quilting when I have time (which isn't very often, especially when I work at a camp over the summer.)
    Since discovering this site I have so many ideas in my head that I want to make. I even got a twister tool this past weekend. I never would've known about them if it wasn't for this site! I also never knew about the disappearing 9-Patch, and I have to say it may have been life changing. I can't wait to try it.
    What have you learned/discovered from this forum?
    Look for the d9p twisted. It is great and easy too.

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    I know I spend way too much time here for my own good.LOL! Having said that, I must admit that wild horses wouldn't drag me away from visiting the Quilting Board. The members are kind and very generous in their comments. I've learnt so much here. I'm STUCK!!!

  6. #56
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    I've learned about the d9p and just finished one for sister's 70th bday. Also that you don't have to be perfect - love the saying about the galloping horses. I've learnt so much and will stay here to keep learning. I'm addicted!

  7. #57
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    I've been on here every day since I joined in Jan. i just love this site. Everyone here is so friendly & helpful. I have been quilting for 8 - 9 years, but what is this twister tool you are talking about? Maybe I know it as something else.

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    I've been sewing on and off for over 30 years, and always felt that I was wrong by saving the scraps. But thanks to this site, found out I'm normal!

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