Now that the kids are going back to school it's time to schedule your (me time) classes . We continue to add classes (3) so checkout the Class and Events button and scroll down the pages.  Remember if the date or time is not fitting in your schedule find two other friends that want to take the class. The instructors will do their best to make another class.
Sandi just got back from Ohio. She attended the Midwest Fabric Study Group. The presentations were centered around the 1880-1900's. Show and Tell supported the presentations. Sandi would just once like to find one quilt in such mint condition for it's age as those shown at the meeting.   Check out the parent organization www.americanquiltstudygroup.org membership is worth the investment for all the information you receive.  The national meeting this year will be in Charleston, South Carolina and yes, Sandi is going.
Deb will be vending in New Haven for the annual Steam Engine Show. Stop in and check out the quilts at the show.
 


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