Has been inactive for some time. At one point, we were having regular Stitch ‘n' Bitch sessions (or just Bitch sessions, or even just friendly chats open to non-quilters as well) on Thursday evenings at Lady Vix's chatroom. This dissolved when our chief organiser found herself looking after two toddler-aged grandchildren, but we're looking for anyone who's interested in volunteering to take over organizing these meetings. Please email one of The Dance's moderators if you're interested!
Here are a few links to get you started exploring quilting on the internet. There are actually hundreds of quilting sites. I skipped over most of the ones that were primarily commercial and found these, which are either great resources for finding more or offer some beginning instruction in quilting. Enjoy! : )
The World Wide Quilting Page: a comprehensive, user-driven page with a bulletin board for questions, blocks of the month, FAQ, beginners's tips, hints, reveiws of quilting books, boards for trading fabric and squares, and links to mailing lists...a wonderful cornucopia...
D Duperault's Textiles Page: a personal page with a wealth of quilting stuff.
Quiltropolis: a page of mailing lists of interest to quilters and other fabric artists....
National Quilting Association: website of the "National Quilting Association," a group in Washington DC...lots of community notices and also their quarterly journal online.
A Piece Maker Patching Things Together: a site in progress that looks like it will contain a lot of good info for beginners
Kwik Squares: a site with short online lessons for beginners
The Mining Company Quilting Page: another good comprehensive page...
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