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Sew Much 4 Retirement - Viking sewing and embroidery machine informationSew Much 4 Retirement is an excellent resource for anyone using Viking sewing/embroidery machines!  This delightful, helpful website has many topics: Free Tips, Projects and instructions and even downloadable HUS embroidery designs, to mention a few.
And if you are willing to pay for something special, Janice Henning offers very detailed tutorials for several Husqvarna Viking machines and techniques.  I have 3 of the DVD titles already and can tell you that they have been invaluable to me!  I set up a laptop next to my Viking sewing machine and it was like having a special patient tutor sitting beside me coaching me, showing me techniques on my own machine!  
quilt piece
GAME:  Piece a quilt by matching sets of quilt blocks
< click the flying geese to start the game, then close that window when done)
sewing machine
< Visit my craft room.  The disaster (all shelves fell off the wall dumping contents) area has been rebuilt!  
grama's rocking chair
"I have a life" a poem and quilt about Grama's Rocking Chair
My daughters were always saying "Mom, you are never home when we call.
This is my answer to them.  I have a life."  Myrna Clayton
Ode To My Owner, The Quilter - housekeeping and quilting?
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Florida's Cabin Fever Quilter's Guild - Orlando, FL
Meetings:  1st Monday of each month, 7pm, Marks Street Center
Terrific speakers, fun days, discounts on books, fellowship
My old photos of  work done by speakers:  
      January 03    February 03     March 03    April 03     May 03

Mariner's Compass
        (a challenging puzzle)

This shot of a wall hanging was shown as one of the worst quilts ever made.  

Click the compass to find out why...
mariner's compass quilt from top side

The Ragtime quilt I made for my grandmother:
ragtime quilt top
ragtime quilt back

NANCY PRINCE created this lovely quilt using Thread Painting technique. In May 2005, the quilt went missing from the Paducah quilt show after a workshop done by Nancy. The quilt called Autumn's Glory was made as a project for her book "Simple Thread Painting"

click on the Workshops menu and a photo of it is under the workshop, Thread Painted Landscapes. Please contact her through her website if you see or hear about her quilt. It could be anywhere!

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