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I joined an interesting new website called www.QuiltingHub.com. It is a system for quilters to share quilt shops, events, guilds, museums, brands and service providers (including speakers) with other quilters. I think we should support it by adding our favorite resources and sharing it with others. Add using the green plus and share using the share at the top of the page.
I discovered a promising new website called www.QuiltingHub.com that I strongly believe we should support. When we add all our local quilt shops, events, guilds, museums, brands and service providers (including speakers), it will eliminate all those inaccurate lists and books. It will give us easy access to find accurate resources worldwide which is ideal for traveling.
- I found an amazing new quilting website (www.QuiltingHub.com) that you will not believe. It will eliminate all those outdated lists and incomplete events calendars floating around out there. As quilters, we should share all our favorite quilt shops, events, guilds, museums, brands and service providers (including speakers) with others. Add yours today.
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I recently joined an interesting new website called QuiltingHub. QuiltingHub is maintained by quilters for quilters. I see it becoming the central hub of quilting information where we can share our local events, shops, guilds, associations, museums, service providers (including guild speakers) and manufacturers with each other. It will be very nice to be able to travel or move to a new area and get an easy and accurate idea of the events, shops and other quilting resources in any given area worldwide. They even have a comprehensive list of quilting terminology.
QuiltingHub has gone to great lengths to create an amazing website and keeping it accurate; but like all good things, it is up to us, the quilting community, to build and use it. If we use and build it, it will become our best tool and replace all those outdated lists and books floating out there that frustrate us. I encourage you to visit QuiltingHub, register, and find your favorite listings and events. If they exist, click like, fan and give them a high rating. If they are missing, either have them add themselves, or you can add them by clicking the green "advertise" button found on any page. Read sharing QuiltingHub with others for more information on how to grow and publicize this amazing new tool we have been given.
Extensive Quilting Terminology with Synonyms and Related Terms
I found a new website with over 300 quilting terms. It appears to be the most complete list of quilting terms ever compiled. Not only does it have the terms, but it tells you which terms are synonyms and other related terms. Excellent for the beginning to intermediate quilter. I highly recommend it.
The site also has other features worth looking into, but this one is my favorite! Free newsletter, when you register. Like QuiltingHub on Facebook.
Terminology on QuiltingHub.com
Worldwide Quilting Calendar - But Local! - Major Time Saver
I found a new website (QuiltingHub.com
) that is maintained by quilters for quilters. I have been delving into their quilting events calendar feature. I found it so amazing that I had to share with you.
QuiltingHub appears to have the capacity to be the first ever quilter's calendar of events
worldwide that actually shows you the events near you
(or where you are traveling to). I can not tell you how many times before traveling somewhere I tried to find quilting events on the internet by sifting through useless links, finding two or three sites and combining the lists into one, trying to figure out which events are close to where I will be, and then some are even wrong. It used to take me hours to put together a calendar of events.
I recommend that we have our local quilt guilds and clubs list themselves and their events on the site for free. The more we grow it, the more useful it will become.
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A quilting design of repeated concentric arcs that forms an all-over stitching design usually unrelated to the design of the quilt top. While popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, fan quilting is considered by some observers to be old-fashioned and undesirable.