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Thread: A Day With A Private Teacher

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    I would pick reiversong from this borard as a teacher. Not --- kidding she does great work.

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    Bonnie Hunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Bonnie Hunter.
    oooohhh...shame on you....take me with you though!

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    right now I would love a day with Kim Deihl, I love her style and would love to learn more about some of her techniques. I have some of her books and want to make everything.
    I think there are many great teachers though, I think Bonnie Hunter would be a really nice person to share the day with too, she seems so nice.

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    Hard one..hmmm...maybe Sharon Schamber.

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    hands down, caryl bryer fallert

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    Elly Sienskiewiecz- I wanted to sign a class she gave on the Broward Quilt Expo and missed it. The class filled up so quickly.
    Mark Lipinski! I took a class with him0 very funny and very creative. I haven't finished the quilt I started in his class. He introduced me to embelishing fabrics with beads.

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    When I lived in New Hampshire, Carol Doak was the president of our guild - Hannah Dustin in Hudson, NH! She was such a sweet lady even back then.

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    I've already posted that I would like my private teacher to be Mark Lipinski, and that still stands, but while driving to work yesterday, it occurred to me that if I could spend a day with ANY private teacher, though she's not famous or known by many, it would be my late grandmother, Ms Minnie, she was an awesome quilter, both hand and treadle, I was young and had no interest in learning while she was alive but today, I would love to be a sponge and soak up her fountain of information.

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