Quilting MeMe

Courtesy of Shelina and making the rounds of bloggerland. I like this one as it is not requiring us to run down ourself by naming odd or weird things about our personalities but rather share our experiences in quilting. Bold face indicates something we have done---copy/paste and add your two cents on your own blog if you wish. No tagging needed.

Have You Ever?
1. Taken a quilting class (now ask me if I finished the class project, LOL---only once)
2. Paper pieced (Love it and do it often)
3. Hand quilted (not often enough)
4. Hand pieced (rarely)
5. Created your own pattern (that is half the fun of playing with EQ!)
6. Published a pattern in a magazine or book
7. Gone on a quilting retreat (what fun!)
8. Gone to a quilting convention (AQS show many times as well as a few NQA's)
9. Met someone who wrote a quilting book (including my friend Cheryl Adam but guild speakers too--a good many of them)
10 combined your quilting with some other craft ( a vest or two used some quilting-appliquilting techniques)
11. Done any three dimensional quilting - like fabric origami (I have a folded flower block done)
12. Made something using Thimbleberries fabric (not my fav fabric line but yes, challenge project)
13. Made something using batiks (the aforementioned flower block is one thing)
14. Dyed your own fabric (yes, and it is a blast to do with friends and then divide up the fabric you all created)
15. Made a landscape hanging (well, it is not completely done but I have one started of a golf course)
16 Made a New York Beauty quilt
17 Made a baby quilt (shoot, all the time on this one--I make charity quilts for kids)
18 Made a wall hanging (yep)
19 Made a journal quilt
20 Submitted your journal quilt for viewing
21 Made a fabric postcard Have no desire to do this but admire the ones others have made
22 Made a artistic trading card (ATC)
23 Exchanged artistic trading cards
24. Mailed your own postcard
25. Made a lap quilt (oh tons of these!)
26 Made a twin size quilt ( Beth's Indiana Puzzle--Allison's grad quilt among others)
27 Made a full size quilt (several of my own that need quilting)
28 Made a queen size quilt (my 30's sampler and DJ's quilt)
29 Made a king size quilt (the t-shirt quilt recently comes to mind)
30 Donated a quilt to charity (tons of these--most of my quilts are donated)
31 Sent a quilt out to a quilter ( a couple of times but mostly I do my own)
32 Thrown away a UFO (it needed it!)
33 Given away a UFO (so did this!)
34 Cut up a UFO and made something else with it
35 Ripped fabric instead of cutting it
(sometimes it is easier on borders)
36 Made a quilt exactly like the pattern, with no changes whatsoever (yes but it is rare)
37 Done any Sashiko
38 Quilted your own quilt (frequently)

39 Did free motion quilting (yes, but not my favorite)
40 Put any embroidery or beads on your quilt
41 Given away your quilt to a stranger (all the time)
42 Swapped fabric
43 swapped blocks
44 participated in a round robin
(but this last one has about done me in--no more!!!!)
45 participated in an ostritch round robin
46 kept a journal about your quilting
47 written a letter to someone who made an antique quilt
49 kept a blog about your quilting
50 participated in a gift exchange
51 sent a quilting random act of kindness
52 joined a newsgroup about quilting
53 made a quilt using a pattern from quilterscache
54 joined an online block of the month
55 made a block of the month quilt
56 subscribed to a fabric of the month club
57 bought fabric at an online store
58 bought fabric from ebay
59 own more than one sewing machine
60 have a room dedicated solely to sewing

61 hide a fabric purchase
62 finished making a holiday gift before July
63 spent more than $200 in one quilt shopping trip only if you count buying my Jem
64 made a quilt using a book from the library
65 worked with someone else to make a quilt
66. joined a quilt guild
67 become president of a quilt guild
(Lol, I am all the officers of Bama Belles because we don't have any but I'm the group leader)
68 taught a quilting class
69 helped someone else get the quilting bug

70 taught a child to sew
71 made a Dear Jane block
72 Made a miniature quilt
73 watch QNN - quilters news network
73 subscribe to a quilting magazine from your own country
74 subscribe to a quilting magazine from another country
75 buy fabric from another country
76 swapped completed quilts with someone else
77 asked for quilting help online
78 gone to a quilt shop to ask for quilting help
79 bought fabric at a local quilt shop
80 traveled more than 100 miles to go to a quilt shop

81 used nontraditional fabric for a quilt - something other than cotton or flannel
82 made a quilt using instructions given to you on a blog
83 make comments on someone's quilting blog
84 meet a quilter in person after only having talked online
85 had a quilting retreat in your home
86 own quilting software
87 made a quilt you designed on your quilting software
88 done any quilt research - history, interviewing quilters, etc.
89 had any quilt related subject published anywhere
90 donated a quilt to a museum
91 bought a quilt from a thrift store
92 made a quilt using fabric from a thrift store
93 made a quilt using photos
94 made a pastel quilt
95 made a quilt using brights
96 made a quilt using ethnic fabric from another country - African, Asian, etc.
97 made a quilt using leftover blocks from other quilts
98 had your quilt in a magazine, newspaper, newsletter, TV, etc.
99. submitted your quilt to a quilt show
100. won any ribbons with your quilts
101 had more finished quilts than UFOs (just the reverse of that)
102 made a quilt using reproduction fabrics
103 took a break from quilting that was longer than a year
104 made money with your quilting
105 had a job in the fabric / quilting industry

Comments

  1. Linda, I missed your post when you originally did this quilting meme. Thanks for doing it. Looks like you have done a lot! I can't imagine doing a king size quilt - or trowing away a quilt, although I am sure I have a couple that probably need it.

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