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Thread: What is the best quilting website?

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    Quiltingscrappy is good, smaller but growing.

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    To find a fabric you want quiltshop.com is great. They search over 200 quilt shops. It makes it easy to find fabric.

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    Besides this one, which I may be addicted to, I like Leah Day and thanks to someone on this board, discovered Patsy Thompson who has a bunch of free videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueangel
    I only use this one. It's the best.
    Ditto here

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    This is the greatest website ever for tutorials! SO easy to follow. I made three quilts so fast. So many neat new things! It will be well worth your time to check it out!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/MissouriQuiltCo

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    Who has time for any other sites???
    Quote Originally Posted by seahorsesanna
    besides this one of course which website do you find the most informative or inspirational?
    ;)

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    Youtube is absolutely fantastic. All those videos.

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    I love Missouri Star Quilt Company, but I can't remember what to do to prevent the start and stop on the videos. There was something posted on this board some time back about that, but I can't seem to find it.

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    I've learned more on this site than from the rest of the web! That said, there are several blogs that I follow and they often have interesting tutorials. I think my favorites right now are:

    http://reproquiltlover.blogspot.com/

    http://barbarabrackman.blogspot.com/ ...includes a lot of history and pictures of old quilts


    http://www.aquiltinglife.com/

    Anita

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    I'm with most of you in that - there is another site?

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    I LOVE "Patchwork Times" by Judy Laquidara. It is the first thing I read every morning. She also is a knitter and loves to cook and bakes her own bread. I learn alot from Judy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenheron
    Quote Originally Posted by katier825
    There's too many! Actually I like Quiltville a lot.

    http://www.quiltville.com/

    Down on the right there are helpful charts and such.
    :thumbup: Quiltville has my vote.
    Yes! I like Quiltville too! Also enjoy reading several Quilting blogs such as Blogging near Philadelphia (great links to other blogs) and Cheaper than Therapy. Green Fairy Quilts, The Quilting Professor and Wish Upon a Quilt are favorites also.

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    This one, so far it has absolutely everything I need to learn and them some. There are always links to look at, but this is where I spend too much time at. And I've learned more in the last year than I have in the last 30, just because of this board.

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    I have looked, joined and bookmarked too mant to count and this is the one I come to daily.

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    I like quiltville too!

    Quote Originally Posted by katier825
    There's too many! Actually I like Quiltville a lot.

    http://www.quiltville.com/

    Down on the right there are helpful charts and such.
    :-D

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    I love Quiltville the most!

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    For thread and needle information I like the one by Superior Threads. For Free Motion Quilting, I love the Lea Day site.

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    I go to this website, Eleanor Burns, Clothide, Keepsake's Quilting and or Nancy's Notions. But for most of my ideas, I look at quilting magazines

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    Quote Originally Posted by katier825
    There's too many! Actually I like Quiltville a lot.

    http://www.quiltville.com/

    Down on the right there are helpful charts and such.
    Many thanks for this, just had a quick look and it looks good :thumbup: Only problem - not enough time to look at all the info there is out there after readinbg through this site. Thanks to all you ladies for the tips and help you give. Annie

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    Quote Originally Posted by seahorsesanna
    besides this one of course which website do you find the most informative or inspirational?
    Sorry completely off piste but I LOVE your avatar! A log cabin seahorse, whodda thunkit? :D :D :D

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    Missouri star quilt co. is my favorite -of course nothing comes close to this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sisLH
    My SIL in MI has a quilting blog that I follow plus I live close to Nancy's Notions so I watch her tv shows.
    What quilting blog is that? I live in michigan also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumzbear
    This is the greatest website ever for tutorials! SO easy to follow. I made three quilts so fast. So many neat new things! It will be well worth your time to check it out!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/MissouriQuiltCo
    I love Jenny Doan at Missouri Star. Her tutorials are wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie Jo
    This one is the only one I have time for. I cant seem to get off it let alone any other.
    Me too. I do not have time for any other website.

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