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Thread: If you could spend One Day

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    Super Member Lori S's Avatar
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    If you could spend one day with any quilter or someone who is relevant to the quilting world Who would it be? and why?
    I am currently facinated with Paula Nadelsterns Kaleidoscope Quilts , and would love to spend a day "seeing" what she "see's" in fabrics.

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    Sharon Schamber! She has more tricks up her sleeve than anyone I've seen before plus she's a great teacher and I'd love to spend time with her to learn easier ways to do things that would improve the final look of my work.

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    Sorry.

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    My best friend that I had to move away from. Job transfer. Gotta go where the work is these days. We still have internet and phone but it isn't the same.

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    Sharon Schamber or Bonnie Hunter. Either one will do!

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    While I've admittedly drunk the Sharon Schamber's KoolAid, I did spend almost a year channeling Paula:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-148964-1.htm#4085226

    Now, though, if I had a blissfully free rare day to do nothing but learn, I think I'd choose Diane Gaudynski or Leah Day because I really, really would want to focus on my FMQ.

    I do well in intensive, crammed-full-of-information one-on-one sessions.
    I mean, I wouldn't have to share "my one day" with someone else, would I?
    :mrgreen:

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    Charisma from this board. Her LAQ skills are amazing.

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    I'm torn between Karen McTavish - I just love her quilting. Or My MIL, she taught me how to quilt. I would love to show her how I have improved and now I could show her a thing or two. I miss her, she passed away 4 1/2 yrs ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhillslady
    Charisma from this board. Her LAQ skills are amazing.
    Oh!! she's on my list too!

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    Gf= Nancy North
    Quilter= Can't think of her name but book:" It's OK to sit onMy Quilt" very funny lady.....She has retired ........

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