Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder

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At the Show I taught ‘Dresden Garden’ and ‘Curvaceous Curves.’ I love to teach and share my knowledge with my fellow quilters. The classes went great. We laughed until we needed to pee …. and yes, there was teaching and the students accomplished a lot on their new quilts.

2 thoughts on “Spring Is Here

  1. Maureen says:

    Joyous!! That is the description I would use for your Dresden quilt! And I love, love, LOVE your “Curvaceous Curves” quilt!! I really hope that you publish the pattern.

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  2. This is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!

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