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TTMT 1: The Adventure Begins

11 thoughts on “TTMT 1: The Adventure Begins

  1. Welcome to the TTMT group. I just joined last summer after watching for a long time. Your projects look good. So nice to have a longarm machine to use.. I rent….I look forward to heariing more about your crafts and quilting.


  2. Welcome! I’m always glad to see
    someone new join the TTMT crew.

    Hubs and I lived in PA for a while in Hershey back in 2000. Then he worked in Reading for about 18 months maybe 10 yrs ago. He commuted via airplane every week so it got a little old fast. We took have moved all over the place minus the military association.

    Love your Furbabies. We are a two kitty & one dog household as well.

    I look forward to seeing your work.


  3. Welcome to the group, its awesome here and everyone is so nice. Your pets are very cute. I can`t wait to see the Owl quilt it sounds great. I admire your editing skills , I just record and post as I hate seeing myself. Virtual teaching must be so hard , I know that home schooling my two though lock down has been challenging.


  4. Welcome! Hello Arthur. Your fur babies are so cute.

    Congratulations on getting a pfaff! I have a few and are a huge fan of them! They are so easy to sew with. Hope you enjoy your machine.

    Thread rack is amazing.

    Looking forward to seeing your owls!


  5. Hi Jenny! Welcome! I was a military spouse for 21 years but now hubs is retired and we’re in Vermont. My kids are BRATS and I think it’s helped them through this whole pandemic. They’ve learned to adapt and change…although my daughter would protest as she wants to get back to college. Tired of living with mom & dad.
    I work as the Special Ed secretary at the high school and see how crazy it’s been for all you teachers. Keep up the good work.
    Loved the little tour and can’t wait to see what next week brings.


  6. Hi and welcome! I recognize your name from a few QALs in the FB groups. It’s nice to put a face to the names and quilts. πŸ™‚ I am jealous of your basement. Abby has one of those, too. But I’m lucky to have a space that is (mostly) mine for crafting. I have moved around a bit myself (Kansas to Missouri, to Dallas, TX, to western TX back to Dallas and then to Albuquerque, where I have lived for over 25 years now. I almost bought the Juki 18″ longarm before the Moxie came out and I ended up getting it instead. You’ll have to show your mom how to use the long arm so she can quilt her own quilts while you are teaching. πŸ˜‰


  7. I am catching up on folks’ videos and lo and behold see someone new (okay I think you already have more videos than me, so maybe I’m the new person?). Anyway, sorry I’m late to welcoming you to the group, but WELCOME! πŸ™‚ Very excited to get to know you.

    Love the interrupting cat AND dog. I have helper kitties–aren’t they oh so helpful!


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