jan in indiana
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  • Warsaw, IN
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Chamila left a comment for jan in indiana
"About 5 months to complete the whole lesson and it also depends on your talent and skill."
May 25, 2009
Chamila and jan in indiana are now friends
May 25, 2009
jan in indiana left a comment for Chamila
"I would love to try brazil , but not sure if I have time to work on. How long will the class take? Will you be doing again later in the year? If not I reallly want to learn. graperoof907@yahoo.com"
May 20, 2009
jan in indiana replied to cinzia's discussion No one is home in the group Take A Stitch on Tuesday
"I also have problems catching and I really like the idea of starting up again in july. I really struggle with having time for stitching but Im not going to quilt. jan"
May 20, 2009

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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
I'm just getting into handwork. I'm 60 years old and I have alot to learn. I'm interested in crazy quilting and embroidery and I am looking forward to see others work.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
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At 8:37 on May 25, 2009, Chamila said…
About 5 months to complete the whole lesson and it also depends on your talent and skill.
At 23:59 on June 24, 2008, Maya said…
Hello Jan, Stitchin Fingers is a great community isn't it? So much inspiration and so much eye candy. I'm still figuring out all that can be done, explored, uploaded etc on this site.It was yesterday that I figurd out how to expot pics from my flickr site to my page here on Stitchin Fingers - you learn something everyday.
At 8:27 on June 21, 2008, Gina E. said…
Hi Jan, thank you for replying to my message - I'm glad to hear you are 'plugging away' - that's how I'm going along too. One benefit of having to wait for your daughter to post your photos is that you've got extra time to do some more work on your samples! I must admit I'm looking forward to that fourth week where there is no new stitch, as I've seen so many examples on other people's work that I want to try.
At 5:41 on June 20, 2008, Gina E. said…
Hello Jan, just wondering how you are going with the weekly TAST samples - have you managed to do any of them? I'm trying to encourage TAST group members to post photos of their work - if they've done any, of course!
At 1:40 on June 11, 2008, smoothkitty12000 said…
Hi there Jan
Lovely to met you too.
The standard of work and designs on this site are just beautiful.
I would love to see the project you are working on when you have completed it. It sounds lovely.
I am working on a blue scrappy quilt that is worked on the diagonal and is a bit of a challenge . I shall add it to my blog when i am finished.
I have also just started an on line quilting group and we will start to swap FQs soon. let me know if you would like to join us.
At 15:28 on June 10, 2008, smoothkitty12000 said…
Hi there
Quilting is great and on line quilters are very friendly i have found.
I am also new to quilting and learning fast with the help of friends.
At 1:04 on June 10, 2008, Gina E. said…
Hi Jan, I just left a message for you on the TAST Group forum, then came over here to learn a bit more about you. I am also 60 years old, but I'm on the other side of The Pond, so I can't offer to pop over and photograph your stitching projects!
At 15:18 on June 6, 2008, Keith said…
Hi Jan, Thanks for your comment. I added one at the photo in reply. Still not entirely sure how the site works in terms of avenues for communication.

I spent five years in Indiana studying at the seminary at St. Meinrad Archabby. Are you familiar with it? They do great calligraphy and it's a beautiful monastery with some great fellas who are monks.

Good luck in your embroidery!
-Keith Nesbitt
 
 
 

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