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Quilt Market & Festival

I offered to help setting up in the RNK/Quilters Select Booth, getting to meet some of my new co-workers. This has been so much good. I ran into Alex & John Anderson. As you probably know Alex has a line of product with RNK called Quilters Select. Even before I joined the company I started… Continue reading Quilt Market & Festival

machine quilting, quilt, Quilt Fest, Quilt Market, quilt shows, quilting, teaching, Teri Lucas, terificreations, Uncategorized

Embracing Quirk, and a new class

Happy Tuesday! Last spring I asked a trusted friend what her impressions were: confidence was the number one take away from that conversation. Honestly, I like that she picked up on that. It's taken a lot of time to become confident at the machine, moving the quilt under the needle and watching the quilting motifs… Continue reading Embracing Quirk, and a new class

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QuiltCon East

This morning I'm going to share three facebook live vids. First up ScissorMan Brint Fanizza with a twenty minute tour of QuiltCon. His joy and exuberance, and his love for people shine through. Famore Cutlery is giving away Scissors through Generation Q Magazine's e-newsletter Stashed!┬áThe big news is the truly left-handed scissors. Oh my goodness.… Continue reading QuiltCon East

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Stash building

I've deliberately destashed over the last few years letting go of fabrics that were once intended for tote bags. While these fabrics meant something for the tote bags they were not fabrics I'd use in quilts. It was work to be sure and worth the effort. What remains is fabrics I will use in quilts.… Continue reading Stash building