Open Line Friday–Tell Us About YOUR Blog

Threads, Sewing RoomToday is Friday…It’s been a cold week but it’s supposed to warm up today…One day of warmth (30F)  and we are back to sub-zero weather.  They are already talking about closing schools next week.  Minnesota is always cold, but this is unprecedented!  What we need is a little quilting to keep us warm!

A lot of new quilters  have joined us in the last few weeks and on behalf of all the friends and followers of The Inbox Jaunt, I would like to wish you a warm welcome–which would be a lot easier if we lived…I digress…Welcome! Bienvenidos! Willkommen! Bienvenue! We are glad you are here!

I’ve had several questions about marking pens lately…I think you will enjoy reading our Open Line Friday Discussion, Does the Perfect Marking Pen Exist?  HERE.. (Just remember that Frixion pens require steam to remove!)   Several other questions were related to machine set-up.  I have the perfect post–Seven Step to Free Motion Quilting  available HERE.   Great review for all of us…

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Today, we would like to hear more about YOUR blog…Please tell us.  Do you host a blog about quilting or another topic?  If you host a quilting blog, be specific.  Do you specialize in Civil War Quilts? Applique?  Improv piecing?  Modern quilts?  …and leave a link.  If you would like to start a blog, we want to hear from you, too!

A little Link-Love today!

Lori

 

Back to School

 

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Now that all the kiddies are back to school, I have been educating myself on the fine points of blogging…One thing is for sure–I hate being a beginner–and I am a remedial student when in comes to all things computer…

Quilted pencils, FMQI have been working my way through the blogging primers and I am trying a few new things here at The Inbox Jaunt.

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Take note…I have added Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.  (I couldn’t bring myself to add Twitter just yet…)

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I am trying to make The Inbox Jaunt as user-friendly as possible, so please give all the new options a try. (But be patient if not everything is A+ work just yet–and please let me know...)

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I know many of you are beginner quilters, and I reminded again, how much patience it takes to learn any new skill!  I keep repeating to myself “Baby steps, baby steps…”

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May your learning curve be swift,

Lori