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Monday, April 09, 2012


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Terry Stavig and Marie Bostwick too! ohh I am looking forward to this show. I love the Dilly Dally lifestyle definition! I Just went to Terrry's blog as I had not heard of or stumbled upon her blog yet. I will be spending some more time there.Thanks so much Pat for broadening my quilty horizons. NOW I had better get to work!


Yipeee Victoria!! one of my favorites!! I have to wait until after work to listen, but I know the wait will be worth it! Will listen whilst I finish my MAUVE block challenge(taking MORE than 15 minutes of play on this I might add) My question for Victoria-Do you have a system or suggestion for a system to SORT all those colors? Thanks


Oooh - Marie Bostwick - my favorite! Love her quilting series! My question for her is, "Where will your quilting series going next?"

Met Deb Tucker many years ago at the Fletcher Farm School for Arts and Crafts in Vermont - so much fun! My question for Deb is, "Will you be teaching at Fletcher Farm again this summer?"

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