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I agree- going to quilts show by yourself is the way to go – not that I don’t love my quilting friends,but I can make the rounds of the vendors again and again and I don’t like to feel rushed. I’m taking my mom to a show next week – she’s not a quilter and it’s her first show, but I know I can park her on a bench for a time while I do my major shopping. This is a must because she’s, how would say – frugal, and I’m, how would you say – NOT (when it comes to quilting anyway)!! Hey, thanks for the shout out on the podcast – cool! And, congrats to hubby on the offer(Ohio is just right next door to PA!!!!) Denise in PA
Congrats to your hubby on his job offer. I live in Ohio and can tell you that there are plenty of quilt shops around. Where will he be teaching? I live a town over from Kent State in northeastern Ohio and my parents live by Ohio State University in central Ohio. Many of great quilt shops in both areas.
Good luck on your move. Since you’re from Canada, you understand cold. Right now it is 22°F and snowing. We’ve had a lot of snow this winter, over the last couple days we’ve had about 15 inches fall.
Love all of your fun fabrics!
Oh thank you Robin – I really needed to hear that the quilty goodness will continue! As far as location goes – he is actually teaching at less illustrious Ohio University (no offense anyone) which is in Athens, OH – an hour or so Southeast of Columbus.
ha ha – back to the snow for you!
Maybe you will be able to find some church basement quilting bees in your small town!
hmmm…don’t know if my comment posted or not. Said I needed to be registered.
Basically it was – ha ha back to the snow for you!
and maybe your small town will have a few church basement quilting bees for you!