It’s Finally Here! How Do Other Quilters Do That?

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clip_image002If you could ask an experienced quilter any questions you wanted, what would they be?  What do you want to learn from another quilter that you don’t already know?  Questions can be about any technique, skill, method, tools, design process, color or fabric selection, etc.  

This project was started in the late summer of 2010.  It’s an ongoing project, which means it’s not in its finished format.  It’s finished format is up to you, the quilter.  I am still getting new questions almost every day.  And quilters still are telling me that they would like to provide answers!  So this is a project that keeps growing…

     …and growing

…and growing!

And that’s perfectly fine!

If you click on the symbol below, it will take you to a pdf document of Version I of “How Do Other Quilters Do That?”

If you’d like to submit other questions, contact me (Caron Mosey).  If you would like to answer a question or two, also contact me. 

In addition, quilters have many different ways of tackling various quilting methods.   You might have an answer that is different than one that has been provided.  Remember, that doesn’t make that answer wrong – it’s just one option that works for one quilter.  Feel free to submit another viewpoint!

Thanks to all of the quilters who have participated so far.  There are so many that could be named, but I’ll just leave it as it is.  And speaking of names, you will notice that the quilters who have answered questions have been listed in the text, yet the quilters who have asked the questions have not.   I did that for a reason.   The people asking the questions could be anyone – you, me, your neighbor, someone in another country, someone who is 12 or 82.  We are truly helping ALL quilters around the world as we answer these questions!

I hope there is something here for you to learn. I encourage you to go out and help another quilter. After all, that’s what quilting has always been about: people helping people sew quilts. May it always be sew.

Feel free to share this document with another quilter or with your guild.  Please give them the link so that they might find it and download it.  Pass it on!  Version 2 is in the works… why don’t you be a part of it?

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