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March 15, 2011


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Maggie Szafranski

We do a quilter of the month, but no crown or boa. It basically is a showcase of that quilter's work. I'm in charge of the committee that handles that....we may add a boa or tiara!


The night went by too fast! I felt like we hardly got to visit! We'll have to change that!! It's so sad in Japan. Yes, my thoughts and prayers are there. Yosh and Sweet Pea look so cute together.

Thanks for the lovely compliments. Very generous.


Loved the quilt display. I saw Linda's on her post and yes, she is very talented with her quilting.

I love Nancy Conn! How cool that she came to speak at your meeting. I need to get down to her store again here real soon. I love her store and wool! I also love her hand-crank sewing machines.

Thanks for such a neat post!

Cathy Buel

Thank you for sharing your guild with me. I didn't Linda (Quilted Pineapple) lived in Michigan too. I hope you friends in Japan stay safe. Hugs


Looks like you had a very nice time at guild! I really should start going to the meetings, get myself out of the house. LOL I love Nancy and her shop too!

Aunt Pea

I love the idea of a royal Quilter of the Year, it's so good to see people celebrating their art and their friends. Your Quilting Guild has a great thing going!


Ah, I love the quilter of the year idea! It is so wonderful to acknowledge what someone has done for the quilt guild or what progress they have made.
As to Japan, it is aweful. Just seeing the pictures made me tear up. And I don't even want to imagine what people there are going through or will go through...


I didn't know Nancy would start a class with just 3 people. Linda has been wanting to take the rug hooking class but it's always Friday night. I have date night with family and friends on Friday. Would love to do a rug hooking class with you and Linda if we could come up with a better night. My heart aches for all those in Japan. I can't wrap my brain around it.


I feel so helpless watching those horrifying videos from Japan. Water can be sooo destructive! I knew that, but to see it happening is another thing all together.

Glad you got to go to the guild meeting. I know how you feel. Sometimes I don't want to go either because I don't feel like I have time, but there is something about getting together with friends and looking at quilts that just makes me feel better!

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