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  • Washington, DC
  • United States
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I am an awesome:
Beginner sewer and intrested in quilting, but have never quilted.
Also, the type of sewing that I am interested in, but need to learn: quilting, and learning more crocheting (can do basics).
My sewing interests are:
garment, home decor
I sew as a:
hobbyist
I am interested in learning how to:
sew,
My sewing machine(s):
None yet but not interested, EMDEKO
The brand(s) of my sewing machine(s):
Kenmore
I am interested in patterns such as:
Commercial patterns i.e.McCalls, Independents, Still learning, but KWIK SEW (to me) is the only true beginner's pattern. They are very detailed and walk you through each step. The other companies beginner/easy, etc. patterns assume sewing knowledge.
My Blog URL:
http://sewwithwannasew.blogspot.com

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DC Threads Takes the edge off of sewing!

Posted on August 7, 2009 at 1:58pm 2 Comments

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At 11:46am on May 12, 2009, busybug1 said…
Cele..Welcome to my "We Love Purses" group. As to your question about learning to quilt I have a couple of suggestions..the first is if you have a local fabric or quilt shop see if they have someone who teaches classes in quilting..that way you can get hands on experience with someone that can answer questions you may have about tips and techniques and the second if you have no shops in your immediate area pick up some beginners quilt books(not pattern companys...you are right they assume you already know all the basics) that will show you the tools you should have and tips on getting started. My biggest suggestions is start with a pillow or wall hanging..small projects so that in a short time you feel like you have accomplished something..starting with a large quilt can get overwhelming. And on this site you have a world of experienced quilters that can give you loads of suggestions and tips with any question you have. Hope this helps! Carla
 
 
 

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