can someone recommend a basic free motion class on YouTube or elsewhere?
The Jenny Lyons workshop does exactly this.
Leah Day has lots of FMQ videos and text blogs.
Leah Day has hundreds of videos on free motion quilting. Many are free
can you make the screen of the presentation bigger, I am getting equal Jennie & showing, thanks
I can't see the presenter
Gina, if you click the view button in the top right, and you select standard, this should fix your viewing issue
Gayle, can you see the slideshow? This will be the most important thing.
Got it figured out. Thanks.
I;ve lost the audio. Anyone else affected?
I can still hear it
I don’t have any problem.
Maybe try leaving and relogging in?
check your volume
Okay, I'll try leaving and coming back.
I call still hear
question-do this quilters use photo printed on fabric
These quilts are so inspiring.
Gila, are you asking about the Joan Baez quilt or the quilts in general?
ok, i'll ask at the end in the Q&A
Fredda, this is amazing
metallic thread! That's LOVE!
All these quilts are amazing, inspiring! I am in tears
Thanks folks. Yes, metallic thread. A true challenge.
Agreed. Really wonderful works.
Every quilt is wonderful. So inspirational.
The segment on PBS “The Vote” is fantastic and tells this story with great drama: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/vote/
A positive momma's boy story!
He knew he’d never hear the end of it if he voted no.
You are all bad ass mama mamas!
Additionally to printing on a home computer, I printed my pieces online at Spoonflower.com in order to have a textile that was 55” wide. They also can make 44” width of almost any pattern you can make.
Thanks for a wonderful presentation of such amazing quilts!!
Victoria Angello Kinetic Arts Center
Please share the website to view all these quilts
Thank you for a great presentation! I’m glad we had some of the people who created the quilts talk about them. Bravo!
Carolyn Mann, CSR 10066
Inspiring evening. Thank you!
the website is at the top of the chat
I think Jo created the Baez image herself.
Thanks for this wonderful and informative presentation.
on the title 9 quilt how was the writing put on the backing by hand or was fabric preprinted?
The writing says Nevertheless she persisted. It is from Spoonflower.
Thanks to the great quilters and to Jennie Alexich for presenting the quilts!
will this recording be available to anyone who missed the meeting.
Jennie, thanks for putting the challenge together and the website.
Yes, the recording will be available from the EBHQ.org website
Thanks to everyone and especially to Jennie and the team.
That April Meetup will be virtual.
Brava to all for thoughtful, beautiful quilts with heart and energy
I enjoyed this so much. Is it possible to have these on exhibit in person at a future exhibit?
Thank you so much. Excellent presentation.
Thanks so much to Jennie, the committee and all the makers.
Great meeting. Thanks!
Maeve Katherine Bergman (she/her)
Thank you SO much!!!
Wonderful thank you!
Fantastic. Thank you!
Thank you, everyone! This has been an honor
Thank you Jennie!
Great job to all the quilters, Jennie, and the Zoom support team!!