I just returned from Lincoln, Nebraska where I went to the National Quilt Museum on the campus of ther Univ. of Nebraska. Eleanor Burns was there to give a talk on quilting history and do a "bed turning" to show off many of the antique quilts from her collection. She gave the history of each quilt she had and in many instances showed the Quilt in a Day version she had devised to simplify the process. I drove 7 hours each way from Denver and it was well worth the trip. I have been as giddy as a school girl, you would think I never went anywhere, lol. If you ever get an opportunity to see her, do it! She is not only a hoot, but as down to earth as can be. One would never guess this woman sigle handedly started a multi-million dollar quilting empire. Thanks for listening. I just had to tell people who would understand!