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I found a great site called
www.quiltingboard.com

a lot of great discussions about quilts, quilting and anything else.
Also a great resource if you are looking for a pattern, fabric, a book
or some other hard to find item. Very nice people there.

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I've also been enjoying that board for a while, too!

rusty

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Thanks for the info. It looks like a great site.

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I guess I wasn't meant to go there...=(
I can't accest the URL...


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When you click on the link, you get google's web address included too
- just remove that.

What you need is

www.quiltingboard.com

(hoping this posts correctly!)

HTH,
Hanne in DK

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Bah - it didn't work - why is google putting its own address in front
of the link???

Sorry! Just copy or type, don't click the  link.

Hanne in DK
Hanne

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I typed in the address...worked just fine.  Seems like a nice site.
Lots of info and segregated as to topic; OT and others.  Not sure how
they handle email replies.  I visit here via google.  Don't get email
replies unless the sender does that specifically which works for me.
I spend far too much time online vs. sewing.  Need to get past that -
too many projects and other things to get done!  But I do like the
site.

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Been there for a few years and love it.  Very informative, entertaining,
view pics of quilts
that others make, sources of patterns, quilting tips, etc.  You name it, you
can probably
find it either directly or by asking for help.  All the people are friendly
and helpful.
Everyone really would enjoy it.
Marlys in Indiana

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There sure is a lot!  Sometimes I find it overwhelming!  I don't know where
to read first.

I did "meet" a local person.  We traded info about local fabric resources.

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Kay Ahr in Reno/Sparks Nevada USA

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