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BettyJ | Posted in General Discussion on

Hi everyone – I am new to forum – love to sew – just finished a quilt top this weekend in wonderful batiks – happy to join in!

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  1. lovestosew | | #1

    Welcome Betty,
    So glad you joined - it's always great to have another talented person on this site. Would you mind posting a picture (if you can & want to) of your quilt top? I love batiks & quilting, too.
    Julie

  2. Cherrypops | | #2

    Hello BettyJ,

    Welcome, thank you for filling in your profile. It helps us get to know each other.

    I would love to see a photo of your quilt.

    On this site there is a specific gallery for photos. You may like to post there or if you prefer start a new topic in the Quilting and Home Decor Discussion. Other ladies discuss many aspects of this type of work here, and if you could help out it would be greatly appreciated.

    There is also a Knitting and Crotchet Disscusion, you may be needed there too.

    Have a poke around the site. Enjoy reading.

  3. solosmocker | | #3

    Hi, Betty and welcome aboard! There is a broad experience and ability here so just about any problem can be dealt with. Don't hesitate to post and remember no question is to silly or small.

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    blondie2sew | | #4

    Welcome Betty,

    As you may have heard WE Love Pictures!! So make sure if you can to post those for us!

    Welcome to our wonderful world of sewing.....and the fun part it is Global!! Lots and lots of wonderful ladies here.

    Enjoy!! I love it here

    Blondie

  5. fabricholic | | #5

    Hi BettyJ,

    We are the same age. I turned 51 in December. I like to knit, but I haven't made anything but scarfs and one hat. My grandmother taught me to knit and she helped me with a vest back in the seventies. They were very popular back then. I couldn't have done it without her, though. Maybe you will help me, when I get stuck on a knitting problem. Welcome.

    Marcy

  6. AmberE | | #6

    Welcome BettyJ! I'm Amber, the editor of Threads and Sew Stylish. Enjoy the site and I look forward to hearing more about what you're up to in your sewing adventures!

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