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Thread: Signed up for a class today

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    Super Member DebsShelties's Avatar
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    Signed up for a class today

    Been wanting to do a Trip Around the World, so today I signed up for a class starting Jan 9th.
    Gives me a chance to use up some of my fabric stash too, so I can buy more (can't buy more till I use some of what I have)

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    You'll have a great time. Trip Around the World is much easier to make than it looks and they always look so colourful.

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    I have a pattern for that and have been thinking about making it. I might even already have the fabric, I'm not sure! Have fun with your class.
    Heather

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    Thanks, Looking forward to it. Got an email from a member of the guild I am a member of, she mentioned that she had signed up but was the only person in the am class, so I went to look at the local Quilt shop to see the actual quilt and the book, so I signed up as I like morning classes also.

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    i took one quite a few years ago and its a fun class. Its a nice quick way to make a quilt. I ended up making 6, LOL!!

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    I took the class this past year when Norma Cambell came down and she is a great teacher. We sewed the fabric into strips then into tubes and then cut them. It was a piece of cake. She says though if you don't finish it in 6 mo. for some reason people forget how to finish them. I finished one of them and have up to the tubes down for the second one; hope I didn't forget the last steps.
    Judy

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