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6 days ago

Indiana Row by Row Experience

16 rows!Congratulations to Charla Vaught of Inola, OK, the 2019 Row by Row Experience winner from A Bolt Load of Fabric in Wagoner! What a fantastic quilt! We are so excited for you, Charla!

Charla's rows are from:
Cotton Cottage, Claremore
Oklahoma Quiltworks, OKC
A Bolt Load of Fabric, Wagoner
Thread Lightly Studio, Okmulgee
Beth's Quilting Quarters, Blanchard
Threads of Tradition, Yukon
Quilter's Depot, Ringwood
Key's Grocery and Quilts, Ardmore
Prairie Quilt, Hennessey
Quilt Nuts, Sand Springs
Sooner Quilts, Guthrie
Aunt Mary's Sewing Room, Coweta
Stitches Sewing & Service, Tulsa
Bernina Sewing Center, Temple Terrace, FL
Cozy Quilts and Things, Mulberry, AR
Lulu and Hazel, Durant
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16 rows!

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Congratulations

Congrats

That is really cool!

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Whats on your never do list ?

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Love it!

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2 weeks ago

Indiana Row by Row Experience

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This is a great example on different shades effects colors around it. ... See MoreSee Less

This is a great example on different shades effects colors around it.

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Amazing

Wow!

This one is just weird to me....

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Took sewing projects in 4H. Learned a lot via that avenue. Sewed clothes for family. Actually quilting, still learning. Sewing the tops==been doing forever.

I was 11 in 1963. I wanted to make a quilt like the girls in the Little House books. My mother took me to the library which had 1 book on quilt making. I figured it out and hand pieced a nine patch quilt.

Yes but when I did a quilt completely by hand had some help from my sister

I played around with it for a long time...did many things wrong...then started researching and consulting quilters...found out the correct way to do it and have learned so much. THANK YOU to quilters who pass the craft along.....

Long line of seamstresses, but I was the first quilter. Mom asked me questions and made her first quilt at age 87! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’™

I did. First quilt was a panel that just didn’t look right without cross stitching the whole thing then quilting. I knew nothing and made it up as I went along.

I bought a book named “Quilting for Dummies” and am self-taught. Then I discovered YouTube. . .

I think 95% of the people I know are self-taught. I am not. I took a class to learn the basics...

I did. I made my first quilt while we were stationed overseas in Japan in 1970. Made it for my daughter and still have it. Was repaired many times, now just kept for memories sake. <3

I did - although, technically, Jenny Doan taught me how to quilt...and other online sources!

Yes with Eleanor Burns books. ๐ŸŒป

I joined a quilt group and then learned how to quilt . Boy was I bad at the beginning

Me! Started in my early 20’s with patchwork

Me! Back in the 90s with no internet to help.

I can

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If someone paid me 1 Million dollars to give away all my fabric, and sewing supplies I would.....
a. take the money
b. Not take the money
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Take the money AND upgrade the antique machine to my dream machine. Use the money to redo the sewing/guilting room the way I REALLY want it to be. And the purchase fabric.

I would take the money and spend it on all new fabric and sewing supplies! ๐Ÿ˜†

I love the fabric I have and can remember where a bought much of it and the quilt I planned to make. No amount of money is worth taking away those memories and plans. <3

Take the money and add a huge sewing room onto house and have fun buying new

I would take the money, get me a mini barn (LARGE) heat n cool it and set up my sewing room the way I want it!

Oh my yes! I could start all over again!

Take the money, new machine and supplies

Take the money and run -- to my LQS

Take the money and then buy newer and better!

Take the money. Then buy more fabric!!

Take the money and have a blast buying new โค๏ธ

Take the money and go fabric shopping

Take the money, buy more!

A take the money and buy all new stuff

Take & and start over

Take the money and SHOP

Come out just about even!

Where is this person, tell them to call me.

Take the money

Take the money

Take the money & start over.

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Take it!

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4 weeks ago

Indiana Row by Row Experience

READER TIP OF THE WEEK

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Sweet & great idea!

Who taught you to sew? ... See MoreSee Less

Who taught you to sew?

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My mother taught me. Don't remember exactly when but I was making some of my own clothes before I reached junior high school.

4H is my youngest memory but my Grammy taught me in my teenage years.

taught in school but teacher was not very helpful. But then I had children and wanted to make costumes and the like for them. So I would have to say my kids were my inspiration to do it and enjoy doing it. I have to say though I am a sewing fanatic now. lol

7, my Mom & Grandma

I learned in my 7th grade home economics class. When it was time to do my student teaching in college, I made my own clothes because at that time sewing your own clothes cost less and my funds were limited.

My mother, a tailor, taught me to use a Singer treadle, when I was 6 years old. Knowing how to sew has been a blessing! ๐Ÿงตโœ‚๏ธ

My Nana and mom both were inspirational. When I was in elementary school

My mom first, then my first “teacher” taught was 7th and 8th grade. But my mom was my real teacher.

My mom refused to let me touch the machine and I wsnted to see so bad. For my 16th birhday my dad bought me an industrial singer and they sent me to sewing classes for a few months and then I have been sewing ever since. ๐Ÿ™‚

I began very young making clothes for my baby doll, then Barbie dolls.... I pretty much taught myself around the age of 10

My Aunts my mama never sewed she loved to read but all her sisters did and I am so thankful they passed that to me

My Grandma quilted, my mom would sew patches on my dad's work clothes. I never sat with my grandma because she lived far away but I used to watch my mom. I taught myself to quilt. It is in my genes.

My grandma started me hand hemming napkins and hankies before I started school. She taught me to make pillowcases on her treadle a few years later, then aprons. By the time I was 10 I was making clothing for myself. I'm 78 and I've transitioned to making quilts, which she taught me to do in my teens . I made quilts for my 5 kids and as gifts for brides and babies but got REALLY serious about quilting 10 years ago when great-grands came in to my family.

My mom and grandma. Remember her treadle machine.

I joined 4H and learned the basics. My mom could sew. She taught me how to use a Singer Treddle machine. She didn’t want me using her electric machine.

My grandmother taught me to sew on a treadle machine. Then on to 4-H.

Home ec and my mom

My mom taught me how to sew beginning at age 8.

my Mother and Grandmother,

My mother & grandmothers. I started hand sewing at five. And machine sewing at nine.

Stood and watched Mom sew, I think I actually started around 4 with the scraps from mom, when she would get up to press I would slide into the chair and quick sew on something, mainly doll clothes.

My mom.

My Mom... and she made the most beautiful dresses for me, as well as costumes.

My grandmother. She worked as a seamstress all her life!

My aunt for my first 4-H sewing project.

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