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Falling for you

Remember the Red and White Quilt exhibit? This afternoon I went to a panel discussion with Paula Nadelstern, Roderick Kiracofe, Sue Reich and Elizabeth Warren. The conversation was so good that it continued for just long enough after for me to miss doing any shopping or quilt picture getting at. all. Can I just tell… Continue reading Falling for you

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Swoon and Whole Cloth Challenge Update

Just 11 days ago I taught Let Your Foot Loose, be Fancy & Free at the City Quilter. It was a good day. The bonus was having Maria O. as a student. Maria is a fab quilter and teacher in her own right (she teaches at the City Quilter).  Maria posted this photo on fb… Continue reading Swoon and Whole Cloth Challenge Update

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Great Teaching Day

At The City Quilter!  11 happy students and one happy teacher (cue the music, ear worm please) After class i found two more things that make me. Happy!  The current issue of Generation Q Magazine, rumor has it that the Quilt as Desired article is fab. Then i found Megan's book, Quilting isn't Funny! .… Continue reading Great Teaching Day

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Teaching at the City Quilter

I get to teach tomorrow at the City Quilter. Last I knew there is one space left. We're going to play with design and thread, Let(ting) our Foot Loose, being Fancy & Free. Let's see what kind of fun and trouble we can get into . I'm hoping I remember to bring my camera and… Continue reading Teaching at the City Quilter

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Top Ten for Monday

Hey there! It's Monday. I'm going to my sewing room shortly (after my sweetie makes a delicious french bread, french toast breakfast). I thought I'd do another top ten and today it'll be fabric! Fossil Ferns - I will always love Fossil Ferns by Patricia Campbell with Benartex this was the second mottled/textured line I… Continue reading Top Ten for Monday

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it’s hard being quiet sometimes

but it's also kind of fun because the silence indicates 1) work 2) thinking about work 3) gratitude for work 4) I'm working 5) I need to work on quilts 6) I'll get to share some fun stuff with you very soon!!!! 7) I like to quilt 8) I get virtual hives when I don't… Continue reading it’s hard being quiet sometimes

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you’re a little twisted

Her comment, "I like you Teri, you're a little twisted." One of my very favorite Authors said this. What prompted her comment? Well Marie Bostwick posted a photo of her coffee cup with the quote, "Please do not annoy the writer. She may put you in a book and kill you." "that would be kinda… Continue reading you’re a little twisted

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Heading into the City

to spend some time with Melanie Testa. We're working together on a fun project that will be revealed at the right time. I'm thrilled to bits to be working with Melanie on this and to spend sometime with her. I come home energized and renewed. On the way in I'll be reading the current issue… Continue reading Heading into the City

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Paula Reid visits NY

Paula flew in Friday evening so we had a little time prior to her lecture/trunk show Saturday to share a little bit of NY.  After checking the website I took Paula to Croton-on-Hudson to one of the historic homes which turned out to be closed as they're setting up for their pumpkin display.  The site… Continue reading Paula Reid visits NY

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NYC Metro Mod Quilters Sewing Day

This trip into the City with the Metro Mod Quilters  started out with a stop for a smoothie - I chose pear, grapefruit and pineapple.  Yum! I made my way over to the City Quilter with several minutes to spare.  Leslie Tucker Jenison was already in the classroom alternately working on her sketchbook and helping… Continue reading NYC Metro Mod Quilters Sewing Day