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« Reply #110 on: December 08, 2017 12:58:45 PM »

So last night at my guild meeting we had all the former presidents of the guild there! A couple left before we snapped a pic, but we got one with 6 of 8 of us.  I title this picture "Me and Tamara with a bunch of Quilt Famous people."  Grin

From left to right, Tamara, Violet Craft (fabric and pattern designer), me, Susan Beal  (author of many craft books, including World of Geekcraft and Modern Log Cabin Quilting), Christina Cameli (author of First Steps to Free Motion Quilting amongst others), and Jen Carlton-Bailley (singlehandedly made 1/4 circle piecing popular, featured in magazines allll the time).

Pretty sure they've all got Craftsy classes too! And I think at least 2 of them have been on that PBS quilting show Fresh Quilting. Anyway, just wanted to brag on my friends and the talent I'm surrounded by!!

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« Reply #111 on: December 30, 2017 05:20:58 PM »

I wish I could find quilters to stitch with. This town seems dry, I know it can't be so but they are all hiding away somewhere I don't know about.

I have only one last project to add to my list this year. A qayg rainbow mugrug using Mistress Jennie's tutorial.

I got so excited about this project that I forgot all about adding any sort of batting and had to stitch on some wool to the bottom felt after wards.

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