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Thread: Glendale quilt show (held in Burbank), March 28th -30th, 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    I just know this is going to be like the vacation rule of taking twice the cash as you think you'll need.
    I think you meant four times the cash you think you'll need! :lol:
    ~Tiffany

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    Quote Originally Posted by zyxquilts
    Hey Steve - I'm going to the Glendale show too! I've actually booked a room at the hotel, even tho' I don't live that far away. Decided to make it a real vacation weekend! I haven't decided if I'm going to take a class or not, but I am planning to have fun :D I've also been to enough quilt shows, that I'm not so tempted to buy a lot of stuff at the vendors usually. :wink: You're more than welcome to hang out with my friends & I at the show if you want. PM me & we'll see what we can work out!
    I will indeed.

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    I'll also be going to the Glendale show. One of my favorite vendors will be there, Pincushion Boutique. She sells packets of 8 coordinated fat quarters that she calls "Sweet Treats," and she has many patterns you can make with these. You'll definitely want to stop by her booth and look around. Until then, check out her website:

    http://sweettreat.com/index1.html

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    Three days (and even two), as far as I can remember, is more time than necessary if you're just shopping. It's one of the smaller shows; however, after experiencing Road to California everything seems smaller. Can't wait for the new International show in Long Beach in July.

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    I'm so jealous of those who are going to the show. I just relocated to Virginia and can't join you guys. I used to live in woodland hills and would go every year. I was fortunated enough to ge to go to Road 2 California. Enjoy.

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    I'm going all three days, but mostly to drag other folks along (uh huh, right, that's it). Being so close, I can spend a couple hours each day and not get worn out.

    Thanks for the info on the July show, I'll put an effort into getting there, though it's right after my vacation in Oklahoma so a lot will depend on work as to when. See you there!

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    be aware though,some shows do not allow water or food on the floor with the quilts,usually a designated area for them,and alot of them do not allow those little shopping cats,if you can call and find out ahead of timemsave yourself some grief

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdesertrat
    be aware though,some shows do not allow water or food on the floor with the quilts,usually a designated area for them,and alot of them do not allow those little shopping cats,if you can call and find out ahead of timemsave yourself some grief
    That was cute, azdesertrat! I cannot get my little cat to do any of the shopping... :lol:

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    HAhaha! I always wondered if cats had any fabric sense? Might just end up with a lot of yarn in the cart.

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    Yay! I've started my vacation and the show starts today. I was planning on giving it a couple hours after it started before going over, but I can hardly contain myself. Really, I feel like a kid on Christmas Eve.

    Hope to meet Sue there sometime this weekend, and am taking a friend over on Sunday in addition to meeting at least one other there as well.

    I had planned on getting all the weeding, cleaning and general chores done beforehand, but guess they'll have to wait till this evening. But hey no worry, I'm on vacation! :wink:

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