...but just beat.
Maine Quilts has been a lot of fun. Not only are people really enthusiastic, but I had a chance to look at a BUNCH of wonderful hanging quilts. (Mine is out there, too...a Crazy with my first experiment on LED lights included. Working on a second one.)
Had a morning redwork class, then a lunch lecture immediately afterward on Crazy quilts, THEN a two-hour lecture on dating quilts! I can still remember my name (sort of), and I know where my car keys are. Everything else is pretty much a lost cause.
Quilts of the Colonials is tomorrow...lots of sewing and working with old fabrics. What a burden. (!!!) There are some spots left in my Crazy class Sunday, if you're in the Augusta, ME area.
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