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  1. What a great challenge!  I’m dusting off my ancient sewing machine and setting up for this, my first quilting challenge!  What a great joy to be invited into such a great group of quilting artists,  Humbly, Jo Ann Graham

  2. I want a 440 QE so bad I can feel it & hear it running & know it would take my quilting to a different level.  The opportunity to WIN one?!  OUTSTANDING!!  Thank you, the wheels are turning.  If I produce a quilt from this image, it has already taken my quilting to a new level!   

  3. Yeah! I just sent in my entry.
    These Quilting Arts challenges are a blessing because they provide the motivation to actually finish a project.
    Wish me luck because my Bernina 930 (from the 80’s) is still a great machine, but needs to rest sometimes.

  4. Oh my, I don’t usually do challenges because there are so many out there who have been designing longer than I… But I am learning to use PE Design 8 and this would be a great incentive for me to try my new knowledge in digitizing and stitching!  I am excited to get started! 

    Amy in Iowa

  5. I must have one of  the first Bernina 830’s they ever made. My husband bought it for me about 40 years ago and it is the best present I ever received. I have used only this machine  for all my sewing during this many years and think it may be time for a new one (although it came with a 50 year warrenty and is still working impecably, just without all the new bells and whistles )

    I of course would hold on to my original as a backup as I am forever attached to this machine. Being a designer it has seen many a stitch. Here’s hoping

  6. I must have one of  the first Bernina 830’s they ever made. My husband bought it for me about 40 years ago and it is the best present I ever received. I have used only this machine  for all my sewing during this many years and think it may be time for a new one (although it came with a 50 year warrenty and is still working impecably, just without all the new bells and whistles )

    I of course would hold on to my original as a backup as I am forever attached to this machine. Being a designer it has seen many a stitch. Here’s hoping

  7. I have only recently branced out to art quilting from traditional quilting and I can honeslty say that all the inspiration came from Quilting Arts magazine. I am sooooooo excited about this challenge and my mind is buzzing with ideas. I have a very old Bernina and a new one would be such a wonderful treat. Thanks for so much inspiration Pokey.

    Sincerely, Annette Burston

  8. I got all excited – downloaded the picture and sparking ideas here ther and everywhere; I then read open to US residents only – what a shame!!!!

  9. My daughter and quilter-in-training, Lindsay, sent me the notice on this challenge…Looking forward to trying some new thread painting techniques on this one!

  10. I have been sewing and making things all my life but do not know what they are refering to when it says a “sleave” on the back of a quilt. Can someone tell me what it is suppose to be?

  11. If I may answer Jellico’s question regarding quilt  “sleeve”:  A quilt sleeve is a 2 inch or more strip of fabric that is sewn on the back top of the quilt to serve as a casing through which a rod can be threaded for the purpose of hanging and displaying the quilt on the wall.   I usually sew mine along with the border and sew the casing on the backing only so that the stitches do not show in front of the quilt.

  12. Hi

    I am brand new to all this quilting art.  I love Pokey and her show!!  What fun crafty techniques.

    I was looking at the beautiful swans already submitted and I would like to try my hand at finishing one before the deadline.  

    Can someone explain why people feel the red/white swan should be disqualified?  It looks like she may have stolen someone’s design.  I would like to learn more about how to avoid this.  Is the photo of the swan something that i can copy?

    Looking forward to a run to my favorite online store!!  JJ 

     

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