Left overs

Jan. 25th, 2013 04:50 pm
ktmae: (Default)
[personal profile] ktmae
Hi all,

I am new to the community.

I have a question...

As a beginner, I have bought threads that I wanted to quilt with and for one reason or another my machines didn't like them. I have in some cases almost entire spools of thread.

What do you do with it?
ieune: drawing of the capital letter H (pensant)
[personal profile] ieune
The first day of a new month seems entirely appropriate to open a new community, and so here we are--you found us! Come in, pull up a chair, and 'faites comme seiz-vous'--make yourself at home!

Anyone with an interest in patchwork and quilting is welcome to join and post about their quilts-in-progress, be it as small as a small thing, or big liek woah, as my daughter as fond of saying. :) Picspam is also encouraged-- a picture is worth a thousand words, after all-- but it would be appreciated if you could put any more than one image under a cut.

Please take a moment to read this note about tagging. I've started a few off for convenience.

photo = obviously, photos. ;)
wip = work in progress. Are you seeing a pattern here? ;)
fo = finished object. Please use this whatever your finished project is, from a placemat to a king size quilt. Sigh of pride/relief optional! ;) Then also tag your completed project by description.

placemat = placemats or table settings, whatever you call them.
cot quilt
bed quilt
art quilt

hand pieced
hand quilted
machine pieced
free motion quilted
longarm quilted

If your post is about a quilt show, then please tag with the show and year, as: Paducah 09,
About a quilter, tag with their name: Pam Bono, Mark Lipinski

If what you'd like to tag as isn't there, please add it in!

It's kinda obvious really but it's to help with searches as more folk join and posts increase in number, she said hopefully!


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