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I was a Little, Shall we Say, Nervous?

Not really. Kind of but ya know, I was. Linda Hahn messaged me a couple of weeks ago to be interviewed on It’s Sew Road as one of the first teachers interviewed for Road to California in person in January, 2022. I had a great time talking with Matt & Linda, showed a few samples from the book that will be in a special exhibit at Road that will include each one of the color wheels made for the book.

On the schedule I’m teaching Beginner Free-Motion Machine Quilting, and Split the Complement. Split the Complement will include some ruler work and play with thread color and weight. I’m really looking forward to this. You can watch the interview:

Next up a video that is better, getting to where I want to be with them.

After watching this before posting it on YouTube I decided that I’m going to change one camera angle. And just as I was dropping off to sleep last night I figured out where the camera needs to go so stay tuned. I’m really excited that I’m figuring this out. Learning is such hard work. Alex Anderson thank you for leading the way in learning how to do so many new things technology wise and continuing to show the quilting community that we can thrive as things are changing. One day I won’t be the late adopter of new things. Maybe.

Happy Quilting y’all,

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4 thoughts on “I was a Little, Shall we Say, Nervous?”

  1. terryknott – I enjoy the process of making a quilt from start to finish. It is fun to use a variety of fabric types from batik to Civil War reproductions--although not in the same project! I ALWAYS have more projects started than I finish these days and I'm trying to turn those works in progress into finished quilts.
    terryknott says:

    I love your positivity and “can do” attitude. Always wishing you the best!

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