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  1. I wondered if I might ask you a couple of questions about marketing my quilting business? I want to do a free or inexpensive website but I'm overwhelmed at the thought of that. I have a business Facebook page but not sure if I'm utilizing it well. What are some marketing/ social media ideas for my business that would be free or low cost? I am not able to go all out and work full time quilting but I want to attract local quilters as much as possible. Thanks so much!
  2. Have you ever been to a "Blog Party"? I participated in a series that Bonnie Hunter did as part of her Celtic Solstice mystery quilt last fall. I found it was a great way to start blogging and provided a way for me to gain exposure for my quilting business. I had so much fun, so I decided I wanted to create one around the concept of "Quilting the Quilt". Over the next week, I am hoping that many of you will develop an idea (or ideas) on how you would quilt top I posted to my blog this week. (This is a quilt that has been languishing in my personal stack of unquilted tops for at least a decade.) From April 12-18th, post an idea on your blog and link to my blog. I'm really hoping you all come to my party! This week I am also offer a couple of mini-tutorials on how you can bring an image into either Art and Stitch or Electric Quilt as the start of your project. More information on all of this can be found at the following link. http://www.onpointquilter.com/1/post/2014/04/quilting-the-quilt-blog-party.html Hope to see you all soon. Kari Schell Pattern Designer, Instructor and Quilter APQS Millennium owner with Intelliquilter Brooklyn Park, MN 763-566-6536 onpointquilter.com