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Let's Get Ready for 2015!

Many of you may have quilt-related resolutions for the New Year. Be sure to include your comment HERE to enter our next monthly raffle and allow us to cheer your accomplishments along the way!

Some "Quilty Resolutions" can include:

- Sewing only from your stash (Stash Busters Unite!)
- Completing more of your UFOs (Get ready for the new challenge in 2015!)
- Entering a quilt competition (Find opportunities HERE!)
- Learn a new technique (Have you seen our Pinterest page lately?)

If one of your goals include learning more about the art of quilting, consider attending the Studio to Gallery Conference presented by Studio Art Quilt Associates of Florida. The 2015 conference will be held in Melbourne, FL and it offers workshops, lectures and a gallery walk. Click HERE to learn more!

Looking forward to a creative 2015 with you!

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  1. My resolution is simple: FINISH WHAT I START

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  2. My resolution is to have more "fun" with my quilting.
    (In order to do that, I must get my shed cleaned and "organized")

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  3. Thanks, Yanick for sharing the SAQA conference information. If anyone wants more info, I would be happy to help.

    Resolutions, oh boy! Well, finish more projects, sew more frequently, improve my quilting technique, enter one show and buy less fabric (laughing as I type that last resolution.)

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  4. I resolve to keep quilting! Also, to learn to use the longarm, and quilt at least twice a week.

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  5. I want to learn how to put more personal touches on my quilts in design and quilting.

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