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The purpose of this list is to provide a forum for people who have some experience with quilting. While this doesn't mean that you have to be an expert quilter to be here, the list is geared to those who have experience with basic technique and terminology. We hope to provide a forum for intermediate to advanced quilters.

The topic of this list is Crazy Quilting, which is a type of needlework that was popular in the Victorian era and has been gaining in popularity since a resurgence of the craft in the 70's. Crazy Quilting consists of irregularly shaped patches of fabric which are sewn to a backing fabric. The patches are usually embellished with embroidery or trims. Topics for discussion include, but are not limited to: crazy patching, antique quilts, members projects, hand embroidery, machine embroidery, other embellishments (like lace, beads, buttons and ribbons), classes, books, fabrics, ornaments, wallhangings and many others.

Long-Arm Quilting is sponsored by Quiltropolis and owned by Bona Robinson. Our purpose is to act as a resource and support for individuals who use, or would like to use, any brand of stand-up quilting machine. All levels of experience welcome. We are here to share and learn from each other as well as make contacts and new friendships with other owners. Topics you may see will range from selecting a machine, problems/solutions experienced in using them, suppliers, ideas and tips.

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Welcome to the Quilt History List. We are a forum for people around the world who are interested in antique quilts and related textiles to discuss the historical aspects of quilting. For more information, articles and archives, visit our home page at http://www.QuiltHistory.com.

This list is for you if you want to learn to make pieced-quilts, or if you like easy quilting projects. You are welcome to share your quilt making ideas, projects and patterns, questions, swaps, and websites.

Statler Stitcher forum for the Statler Stitcher Computer Guided Longarm User. (A private list)

Watercolour quilting is owned by Marilyn Levy and sponsored by Quiltropolis. A more recent innovation in quilting tecniques , it fulfils the dreams of those of us who secretly long to be watercolourists, but really prefer to paint with our fabrics. Watercolour quilts are scrap quilts. Probably, the reason we prefer to do our scrap quilts as watercolour quilts is because we are all consumate fabriholics.

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