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Thread: I cannot BELIEVE I MET my favorite quilt designer!!!

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    Sew much fun, Congrats!!:)

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    How exciting for you. I think we're all starry eyed around people who's work we've admired. I'd feel silly around Eleanor Burns or Alex Anderson.

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    A day you will remember!

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    Several years ago, I took a class from Libby Lehman and I thought I was in heaven. She was wonderful and I have always admired her work. I know just how you feel.

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    well, now your on cloud nine, will you ever come back to earth and chat with us:) :) :) :), actually I am very excited and happy for you... WTG

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    awesome!

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    Fun, fun, fun, and very inspiring, I'm sure. I'd love to see a bigger picture of you quilt in your avatar. It looks really neat.

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    Ok now that I have come back to earth I realized I volunteered to teach a block at our guild meeting, I have not tried to make it is easy I will be fine but I am laughing because I am not shy but not really as outgoing as I would like to be so this will be my a big first for me. I am really excited and if those who have made the D9P tutorials I might have to ask a few questions :) Thank you all for sharing my crazy moment!!
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    awesome experience... you'll remember it forever :D

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    I met Carol Bryer last week, and got to see her studio. Photos do not do justices to her work. The quilts are awesome works of art. I got a few of her patterns, and enjoyed the visit.

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    Lucky you.

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    you live with that experance an go for it girl.I love your quilt it looks assum.I have a box full strips to do a bunch of log cabin blocks an just haven't got brave enough yet.it looks so simple just start it I guess an then i'd have a whole bunch of blocks to put in quilts.my box is 20x12an about 15 inches deep an clear full of two inch strips.

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    How wonderful you have met someone you can aspire too!

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    I've felt the same way meeting Sue Hausman. She's been in Tucson many times at classes arranged by Cathey's - the Pfaff-Viking-Brother dealer I'm always raving about. Sue is just like your best friend - you feel like you've always known her. And her husband is equally nice.

    Last week Cathey's had Steve Wilson - the embroidery designer for Anita Goodesign machine embroidery. He does a wonderful 2 day show with zillions of how-tos and a huge trunk show. He's like your little brother, except he's an embroidery expert.

    Like everyone is saying, it's great to meet these people and talk with them.

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