Quilting Community


Posted on February 6th, by Amy in review. 1 Comment

I love, and am so thankful for this community of crafters in blogland! I have found another community, just for quilters – My Quilt Patch.

They host an interactive quilting website, including forums, and master quilters sharing their knowledge. My Quilt Patch is a members only site, with a small monthly subscription fee, (this keeps advertising on the site to a minimum) but they offer a free trial month – so you can check it out and decide if it’s a good fit for you!

My Quilt Patch has galleries to display your creations, lots of articles to encourage you as you learn new techniques and styles. I found free patterns and project there too!

The quilters forum is a great area to ask questions and share from your experiences, and they seem to have lots of new and fun topics there all the time.

You are also able to promote your blog in your profile, or make a new blog through this site, if you are not yet a blogger. :)

My Quilt Patch is a new site (launched last summer) always looking for fresh quilters to voice their ideas and make new friends. And it is an international crowd too – from the US, Europe and Australia.

If you would like to join this quilters group – click the link for a free trial!






One thought on “Quilting Community

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    Tipper says:

    Sounds like a neat site!

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