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Jennifer Mohror

Wonderful post Marian, with beautiful pictures you've shared. Next best thing to being there:) I have received my book (OMG!!SUPERB!) and will affix my book label you kindly offered to have signed for me. Thank you, thank you, again the next best thing to being there:) Your fabric purchases are awesome and I must get that template for Mini Boy Britches, you block is outstanding friend. Thank you for all you share with so many of us <3


Great post Marian, you've captured the day perfectly! It was wonderful to meet you and your friends and see Linda and her beautiful antique quilts. LOVE your Itty Bitty Boys Britches block, that was my favourite too :) Thanks for linking to my blog.

Karen Schultz

Marian, You made us feel we were right there along with you!! Beautiful pictures. I will going to PP to get my templates. Thank you so much for offering to get the Book Label for me, it will make my book extra special. Now to decide which quilt to make first.....because you know I want to make them all!!!


Wow, a spectacular show! Thank you for sharing it with us & for the a source to order that wonderful book. I just bought that same fabric on top of your pile while shop hopping with my SIL & MIL. Now off to get that book.


Oh that must have been wonderful and such fun. A book launch and to be able to see all those beautiful old quilts in real life.... lucky you! Thanks for all the pictures.

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