Friday, May 4, 2007

Folklorique Continued

I finished all the four patches for the body of the quilt today and now I just need to rearrange and sew together what is there and then start on the borders. I am enjoying this project.

In other exciting news, I finally got my temporary residence for Australia and am now on the path to becoming an Australian! Yea! Lots of paperwork was involved and so it is a relief to have that behind me. Now I am allowed to work so I will be working on putting my plan forward to start a long arm quilting business from home. I really don't know what I am getting into, but I feel that if one is passionate about something the rest works itself out. Hmmm... Any advice out there, I would love if anyone who has had experience starting a long arm quilting business could give me some tips. Thanks!


Suzanne Earley said...

Your quilt is looking great!

One of the best things to do if you are looking to start a longarm quilting business is to check out some of the online resources. There are several Yahoo groups, plus a few websites. Send me an e-mail if you would like more information.

Anonymous said...

congrats and good luck getting the business going. what a dream! like the quilt layout, too. tempted by that pattern...

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