How To Sell Your Quilts Online

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Your friends and family believe that the quilts that you have made are great and that you should start selling them, then you can do it easily online. You can begin to sell your stuff online and that too without any substantial investments, here are a few tips on how to go about that. Target audience: You should target your product to your niche, that way you can see better sales at a lesser time. Do not try to sell it to everyone who says they like a quilt; you should look at specific searches of you want to get better results. Some of the searched you can be based on the types of quilts, materials, gender, etc. Build your website: Having a site is essential so that you can all your products listed in a place from where you can sell. By having a website, you can have customers…

Guide To Learn Binding Quilts

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The fabric that is used to cover the edges of the quilt, batting, and the backing is called the quilt binding. When you bind a quilt, it helps to secure the borders and also makes the quilt look better. A binding is the last step to making a quilt. Any fabric can be used for binding; it can be something that you have already used to make the quilt or anything else that will enhance the design. It is better to have two layers of fabric rather than one to make it more long-lasting. Find below step-by-step instructions on binding quilts. Calculate the strips: Check the size of your quilt and then double it. Add 10’’ more to the corners and seam, divide by 40” to get the total number of strips that you will need. Stitch: Two strips are placed perpendicular to each other and stitched diagonally. Cut the…

Benefit for Torndao Victims

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June 7, 2007 is a day that many of us in the Mountain area will never forget. The weather was pleasant enough earlier in the day, but we were warned about a coming storm that would have very high winds, not just gusting winds. So many people cancelled plans and stayed home. Those who had their TV sets tuned to the evening news at 5pm learned that a tornado hit the White Lake area and the storm was moving through the area. Here in Crooked Lake, the power went off and then on again about 5 times while we were preparing our evening meal. Then the power went off for good (only to be restored after 2pm on Friday). We received hail and 0.8 inches of rain in less than one hour. Little did we know, but the tornado hit the White Lake area, demolishing the Bear Paw Resort on…

Quilt Show

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Clothing embellished with the PNQ logo may be purchased from Top Dog Promotions, (formerly Top Notch Promotions, and still displaying that sign), at 13825 Hwy 32 & 64, Mountain. You may call at Sheelagh School at (715) 276-2444; fax at (715) 276-2459. Her email address is [email protected] Come in and try on a garment in which you are interested; they have denim shirts, white shirts, polo shirts, knit shirts, jackets, and fleece garments. These may be ordered especially for you in any color and your appropriate size. Quilt Show: We held a very successful first quilt show, “Color My World.” at Suring High School in Suring on Saturday, October 7, 2006; We had 370 visitors attending. Program and Listing of all entries (with descriptions) are posted on the MEMBERS page. Winners of Raffles were listed in the October-2006 newsletter. Our next quilt show will be held on October 11, 2008….

Guild of quilters in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

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We are a guild of quilters in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. We came together as a formal group in May of 2003, and are now beginning our fifth year. We meet (temporarily) at the Breed Town Hall (check the top of EVENTS page for directions), south of Mountain, Wisconsin. We have a limit of 75 members. Each Month: Regular meetings 3rd Monday at 7:00 p.m . Sewing Session 1st Monday at 3:30 p.m. Newsletter posted ten days prior to regular meeting Slideshow added within week after meetings & special activities Winter Meeting Cancellation Information: We never know what “Old Man Winter” will send our way! If the weather is nasty, and you’re not sure if a meeting or sewing session will be held, you may call an officer to find out. For the sewing session a decision will be made by 2:00pm , and for a regular meeting by 5:00pm….