Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Quilting MEME

Bold those that you have done! This one is from Shelina. (because I am not one to follow rules, I am also adding comments as I feel the desire...)
Have You Ever?
1. Taken a quilting class My first class was with Karen Kay Buckley - a master appliquer - I did not even know how to keep the needle on top... (I had been a cross-stitcher)
2. Paper pieced Hate it - but I have a few more "to-do"
3. Hand quilted I want to....
4. Hand pieced I have a pre-cut pattern waiting for me to learn this technique.
5. Created your own pattern I saw a technique using a shoo-fly block, I did my own using a maple leaf.
6. Published a pattern in a magazine or book
7. Gone on a quilting retreat
8. Gone to a quilting convention
9. Met someone who wrote a quilting book
10 combined your quilting with some other craft
11. Done any three dimensional quilting - like fabric origami
12. Made something using Thimbleberries fabric Not 100%, I have used them in scrap quilts
13. Made something using batiks
14. Dyed your own fabric
15. Made a landscape hanging Still being planned
16 Made a New York Beauty quilt
17 Made a baby quilt
18 Made a wall hanging
19 Made a journal quilt
20 Submitted your journal quilt for viewing
21 Made a fabric postcard
22 Made a artistic trading card (ATC)
23 Exchanged artistic trading cards
24. Mailed your own postcard
25. Made a lap quilt
26 Made a twin size quilt
27 Made a full size quilt
28 Made a queen size quilt
29 Made a king size quilt
30 Donated a quilt to charity
31 Sent a quilt out to a quilter ALL THE TIME!
32 Thrown away a UFO before I knew someone would take it from me.
33 Given away a UFO Several
34 Cut up a UFO and made something else with it
35 Ripped fabric instead of cutting it
36 Made a quilt exactly like the pattern, with no changes whatsoever
37 Done any Sashiko
38 Quilted your own quilt Now I use long armers....
39 Did free motion quilting
40 Put any embroidery or beads on your quilt
41 Given away your quilt to a stranger Ex-Boyfriend's friends went to Poland to adopt children...
42 Swapped fabric
43 swapped blocks
44 participated in a round robin
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
48 Made a quilt using novelty prints
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 (Probably only a quilt block)
54 joined an online block of the month Did not do the quilt...
55 made a block of the month quilt I don't care for samplers, but I am liking the sampler-ish quilts that have different sized blocks and mix applique with piecing - not that I plan on doing one - i have too many planned project already
56 subscribed to a fabric of the month club
57 bought fabric at an online store equilter is my friend
58 bought fabric from ebay I got a great deal on cotton sateen, but got the short end on postage - still I did better than I would have at the LQS
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 It has been in my closet quilted, bound & Labeled for a few months! (I finished piecing the top before July!)
63 spent more than $200 in one quilt shopping trip The guild that i used to belong to goes to Lancaster County, PA once a year - GREAT DEALS!
64 made a quilt using a book from the library
65 worked with someone else to make a quilt I have made a few blocks for group quilts.
66. joined a quilt guild
67 become president of a quilt guild
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 Not quite yet - definate "soon" plans.
73 watch QNN - quilters news network
73 subscribe to a quilting magazine from your own country Quiltmaker
74 subscribe to a quilting magazine from another country Australian patchwork & Quilting
75 buy fabric from another country Australia - by mail after my trip!
76 swapped completed quilts with someone else
77 asked for quilting help online ALL THE TIME!
78 gone to a quilt shop to ask for quilting help on occasion
79 bought fabric at a local quilt shop
80 traveled more than 100 miles to go to a quilt shop I went to Road to California & quilt shops. I also went to Australia and a quilt shop! More frequently, I have been to Lancaster County, Pa. & assorted locations in Virginia
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 Violet Crumble is based on a pattern by Be*mused.
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 Before I had a clue about value, etc.
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
102 made a quilt using reproduction fabrics Still a UFO...
103 took a break from quilting that was longer than a year
104 made money with your quilting Once!
105 had a job in the fabric / quilting industry

4 comments:

Barb said...

Wow, that's wild. I hate paper piecing too. I don't get it. I don't know what hand piecing means--what is that? I want to try origami. I'd like to take a class on dying. I meant to recently, and then I forgot about the class. Hopefully they'll over it again. I someday want to go to the big shows in Lancaster and Houston.

Barb said...

Oops, I meant to say 'offer'. I wish blogger had an edit button.

Barb said...

Oops again. I meant Paducah. You mentioned Lancaster and it stuck in my mind. Geesh, sorry.

Shelina said...

Hey, You didn't follow the rules!! and I am glad. I think the explanations make it much more interesting and gives us a chance to get to know you better. Maybe I should go back and edit my entry with explanations. hmmm.
P.S. I notice you didn't check off "Have more finished quilts than UFOs."