Great blog Cheryl! You go girl! I look forward to following your progress.
Also, thanks for mentioning the #notgoing campaign which was fun for us, but unfortunately lost in the aftermath of FOQ pictures. Perhaps the UKQU website will search #notgoing on FB page and compile a picture gallery, as we all did extreamly well for the duration of…[Read more]
With the growing dissatisfaction with social media platforms, such as Facebook, harvesting users data etc.
Will UKQU consider creating a site forum. This way all of the discussion groups could be managed/moderated inhouse.
Building a decent searchable knowledge base for UKQU rather than relying on a faceless data mining SM enterprise who
are in…[Read more]
It certainly wasnt a personal thing Sue.
I am concerned that people are taking it as read that its a safe past time to put fabric of any kind in Microwave’s. Dry fabric can combust hours after smouldering internally.
I contacted the warm company regarding the FAQ statement for further clarification as some sellers of their products across…[Read more]
Give members the ability to edit – or add to any comment they make. (Predictive can be unforgiving)
😳 Oh just noticed I can edit this current post on this section, but unable to edit/add to a previous post or comment on a blog!
Thanks for amending the article Sue, perhaps the webteam can now amend the ”link” title if one link’s this article.
For future reader’s clarification the url for The Warm Company’s FAQ relating to this
I have a suggestion, I am unable to find a comprehensive, up to date list of charities requiring help with anything from hearts, to quilts. We are often referred to joining other FB groups in respect of this, but I think UKQU should have its own current comprehensive resource/list.
Would be helpful for those who don’t know the meanings, if acronyms were hypelinked or popup created across the website linked to this list. Saves getting asked frequently what it means.
Perhaps I should post this in website suggestions?
Thanks for the article Jane, I love your shirt cushion and quilt, I have a few shirts in my stash and this may help me find my lost sewing mojo.
My first ever quilt was a rag quilt made with used denim jeans on the front and sweatshirts on the back using QAYG squares no wadding needed. My 6th quilt was made using the leftover strips from the…[Read more]
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