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Hi out there in the forum,

I´m a new member, living in the southern part of Germany and got my beautiful millie just today. I´m struggeling a bit with setting it up, but the booklet is clearly written and really helpful.

With the help of Claudia in Krefeld I could experiment some first quilting lines on the millennium during her open house class in october. I felt quite happy to meet my first other longarm friends, everyone so nice and helpful.

So hopefully, I will come to know and practice new designs every day from now on at home!

This forum is very interesting for me and seems to be kind of first aid sometimes. I will read your posts frequently.

Got to go on now, want to start quilting!

See you

Nina


Nina

www.1001quilt.de

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Hi Nita,

Welcome to the forum! We are glad to have you here. Congratulations on your new Millie, you will have a blast! And if you are close enough to Claudia, take all the classes she has to offer. She is one of the best teachers ever!!


Mary Beth 

Powered by 2009 Freedom

Future winner of the Millie Sweepstakes

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Welcome, Nina! Congratulations on your Millie. I too hope that Claudia is close by, she's amazing and you will do well receiving instructions from her.

You will find wonderful quilters, beautiful friendships, and tons of knowledge that really comes in handy. So pull your chair a little closer and grab a cuppa and enjoy!


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We cannot change the direction of the wind, but we can adjust our sails.....

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Welcome Nina! Congratulations on your new toy! And don't just be a reader, come and chat with us! Just as if we were at your kitchen table, we love to vist!


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"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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Big warm welcome! From another German girl, my last name is Kuckelheim. I should say that is my husbands name! But my mother was a Baumgartner, so I still qualify as German!!!:P

Have fun with your new toy and we all want to hear more from you!!~:D:D


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APQS Millie aka Big Baby
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Hallo!!

Welcome Nina! So good to hear our LA-community in Germany is growing :)

You will have so much fun with your LA and if there are any questions, Claudia or this forum will help you.

Regard from the North of Germany and happy quilting!


Kerstin
 

Longarm-Quilting-Service

Millenium owner
"Wer einen Traum verwirklichen will, muss zuerst aufwachen"

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