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You are a winner!

No this isn't a scam. I entered a competition in Patchwork and Quilting magazine and I've won a pair of tickets for the Autumn Quilt Festival at Malvern. It's a new show - so I've no idea what it'll be like. Are any of you thinking of going? I'd love to know. I haven't decided which day I'm going yet - so you could influence my decision - or perhaps the weather will.
Drawing class tomorrow - lets see what occurs on the paper this week.
I've also started to hand quilt my Buzz saw quilt. As I'm using a pale thread on pale fabrics I can only really quilt in very good light as otherwise I can't see where I've got to.
Saturday is a days quilting in the village hall - not too sure how many of us will go, but it's bound to be a good day.


verobirdie said…
Congratulations! it must be great to be recognized, and to know there is a quilt show day ahead.

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