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Thread: "Airing of the Quilts" in Tunkhannock, PA - Link to PICS page 3

  1. #31

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    I am with everyone else! Go!!

    My grandmother will be hosting all of her quilts at the Father Nallin Hall of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church.

    Her work is absolutely beautiful!!

    Please view a writeup about her at the Scranton Times

    http://www.scrantontimes.com/article...987119_fea.txt

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    What a nice article! I have my camera battery charging right now! We'll be going tomorrow!!

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    WOW!!! wish it was only 1 1/2 hours from where I lived!! its about a 2 day drive more like :(

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    Pictures added at this link.... (in Pictures section)

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/11917.page

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    My grandmother will be hosting all of her quilts at the Father Nallin Hall of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church.
    Your grandmother's quilts are absolutely fabulous!! :shock: :shock: :!:
    Just seeing her quilts was worth the drive to Tunkhannock. My very favorite was the framed, appliqued bouquet of flowers. Do you have any of her quilts?

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    Aren't they wonderful!!

    Yes, I have three of the quilts that were in the show - the Brights Quilt in the right back corner (black and BOLD BRIGHT colors), NY Baskets (twin quilt, left corner, pink), and the Wildflowers (second quilt in, dark green, aplique flowers).

    Talk about one lucky grandkid :D

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