working on the powerpoints!

First up: Quilt Market and Quilt Festival will happen. Here’s a statement from Quilts, Inc:

Dear Friends of Quilt Festival,
First, we would like to think all who have sent messages of support to us in response to the devastating flooding taking place in our home city of Houston. We are happy to report that all of our staff is safe, and that our office did not suffer any damages.
Many others have not been so lucky, and we ask that you keep Houston and all areas that have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey in your thoughts, and, if possible, consider making a contribution toward organizations involved in the ongoing relief efforts.
We have also heard from many people asking whether they should cancel their plans to attend this year’s International Quilt Festival in Houston. We want to assure you that there is no reason to cancel any travel plans, as the show is still scheduled to go on.
The show is still over two months away, and we have full confidence that our city will bounce back quickly, as it has always done. Also, neither the George R. Brown Convention Center nor the Downtown Houston hotels were damaged in the flooding.
At this time, our office remains closed, and will until it is safe for our staff to return to work. We will post an announcement to our website and social media when the office reopens. In the meantime, we ask that you be patient in receiving a response to any calls or emails.
Once again, Quilt Festival in Houston is still scheduled to take place November 2-5 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. We hope you will plan to be there to support our amazing city and enjoy the show!

Thank you!

I’m teaching at Quilt Market and want to see you there!
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Last night when he got home my sweetie reminded me that I can multitask in a different way as I learn the Floriani Software. In typical, “I could have had a V8” fashion I said, “Oh yeah!” I had to laugh because why didn’t I think about that as I’m stopping video, changing screens, trying the technique and thinking oooh I can do that with this fabric. and Holy mother of chocolate covered potato chips that’s freaking cool!
I think these are phrases that I’ll include in the PowerPoints when I start teaching on my own. Who doesn’t love chocolate covered potato chips.

Next week I’m shadowing one of the teachers at an event at SewTech in Evansville IN. So much to learn and do and I’m so excited.

In just fifteen days I’m presenting If the Foot Fits Use it at the Quilt Basket in Pawling. As a result I’m revisiting, and adding to the PowerPoint presentation. Changing up the background color and updating a few things.

So many PowerPoints and embroideries to make! I’m off to work and stitch.

Now we have the topper. We'll see the finished product in a little while @florianiembroidery

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PS I’m still working with Generation Q Magazine. If you want to see me at Quilt Market and schedule in some time together please let me know teri@generationqmagazine.com.

Teri

2 thoughts on “working on the powerpoints!

  1. Terri, the more you learn, the more you will be amazed by digitizing and incorporating it into your quilting! Wishing you the best!

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