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TOPIC: 2010 Fabric Requirements

26 Oct 2009 22:36 #40099

Thanks kquilts1, I had tried ebay before with no luck but tried again and found it just in a nick of time, I ordered the last few yards.
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26 Oct 2009 17:16 #40094

This thread has gotten off topic. Hopefully someone will post the specifics for the 2010 some time soon. I think that the powers that be are still in warp zone from the Houston show.
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material 26 Oct 2009 15:53 #40093

I would be helpful to have all size quilt material list. I found some green floral on ebay. You might try there also
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26 Oct 2009 13:20 #40089

CarrieLou,
I tried to find the large floral, green background print quite some time ago and had no success. I hope you can find it!


I agree about posting the fabric requirements for different size quilts at the beginning also. good idea.
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26 Oct 2009 13:18 #40088

Margo,
Thank you for the close up photo of the quilting.

I am really looking forward to watching show 509! thanks
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26 Oct 2009 13:13 #40085

Thanks Paula, I will check out those places. I can find some of the fabric, just not the one I want, the green floral with the large flowers. I have found a green floral with small flowers but I am not sure it will work.
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26 Oct 2009 06:48 #40076

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I have posted a picture of Sue's gorgeous quilted feathered star on the Show & Tell December BOM page. She doesn't have the quilt now, so maybe ARJJ will be able to take some more pictures of the quilting and post them.

In the meantime, there is LOTS of great information in show #509 "Machine Quilting Magic (Joanie Zeier Poole)"

Such inspiration!!


It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !
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26 Oct 2009 05:48 #40074

Hi Carrie,
I bought the kit too and have decided to make a king size quilt. I found the site Somewhere Sewing. She has some of the Red Roster fabrics "Canterbury" also the site Crafters Cottage has 3 of the fabrics. I bought my backing material at Paducah at the Eleanor Burns tent. You might also check her site. Good luck.
Paula in AR :)
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quilting the quilt and king size quilt 25 Oct 2009 14:38 #40060

Close up photos of the 2009 block of the month quilt showing the quilting would be helpful. A smile box.

I would like to suggest that the fabric requirements for different size quilts be listed at the start instead of almost at the end. I would like to make a king size quilt, but finding the fabric now has been impossible. I bought TQS kit and would have purchased for a king size had it been offered.

If anyone knows where I can find the green floral fabric in the kit please let me know.
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24 Oct 2009 10:25 #40016

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Why not have a forum category where we can all help each other? Then those of us who've been quilting forever can talk directly to the newer people who need help. :? :?
Since I quilt on a longarm, I try not to do stitch in the ditch(SID). I don't believe every quilt needs it. A quilter working on a domestic machine may think differently, and a hand quilter might have an altogether out of the ordinary idea that doesn't resemble the other two.
Why don't we have an ongoing category for quilting ideas? :idea: :idea: :idea:
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24 Oct 2009 09:47 #40013

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Oh my! I'm looking at all the geese for November and wringing my hands about how will I ever keep up!!! Now I have something new to worry about! 2010!!!!!!!
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23 Oct 2009 16:21 #39982

OK, now I can see the quilting close up.

I didn't even know I could pull up just "december" BOM pictures. I see that it was actually posted back in february, but under the December section. I never would have looked there. thanks for telling me about that.

-becky
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23 Oct 2009 15:21 #39980

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theothermarion wrote:
If you want quilting ideas, check out this website. She is amazing!

http://www.freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/

Thanks so much for sharing this website. To get directly to all of the quilting samples use this link instead http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/search/label/free_motion_quilting and to continue click older links at the end of each webpage.
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23 Oct 2009 11:38 #39973

There is one close up of the quilt in the Show And Tell, December section.

[url]see-quilts/show-and-tell-quilts/[/url]
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