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Thread: Are there any celebrities that quilt?

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    jenniepenny you can always message everyone to let them know who it is. spill the beans..lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    when someone like Marie Osmond sews, then the whole world jumps on the bandwagon and tries it out. good or bad????
    I don't have a problem with anyone inspiring anybody to try something new. How could that possibly be bad?

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    who really cares who they are. ya know? we just wanna see the quilts. right? which by the way, there were SEVERAL in the movie "Walk" that Reese Weatherspoon just made. I think I saw at least 4. now that is what I call interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    I don't have a problem with anyone inspiring anybody to try something new. How could that possibly be bad?
    In the short term, it can run up prices if it turns into a craze. But I think in the long term the benefits are more than worth it.

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    Or, it could encourage new quilt shops and related businesses, which we could all benefit from.

    I'm a glass-half-full kinda girl, can you tell?

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    Not to mention that it would support the shops that already exist.

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    I am not convinced that Marie Osmond really quilts....but I don't care either way. She is a brand. Slap your name on a product and get paid. She just needs to sew a seam to be called a quilter. My 2 cents.

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    Maybe but if not, she's making a good show of it. http://www.quiltmaker.com/articles/Marie_Osmond

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