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February 26, 2008



Looks like everyone was very productive. You will have fun with the girls. I used to be a girl scout leader when my daughter was little and I taught our troop to quilt and they made small quilts that they then donated to the neo-natal ward at the local hospital. It truly was a great experience for everyone.


oh you will have a blast with the kids, hmm the rotary cutter, I would draw lines with a pencil and let them cut it out with scissors~!
your being very brave..
Love their blocks,now do they all have sewing machines? what is the brand of choice?
what a great space you have here...
where is that?
I am so happy that they are all excited about quilting .
Makes it so much more fun to teach.


That is such a great space. I wish we were there with you! I bet you are a really fun teacher!


How great to be starting a whole new generation of quilters. The adult's projects are coming along very nicely, too.


How nice that you have the space to teach nine students at one time. I am teaching 3 ladies to quilt right now. I am teaching them a four block wall hanging. Each block teaches them a different technique. I find they are taking way longer to learn than I thought they would, but I am loving it. It is great to teach others about quilting. If you don't mind me asking, how long are your classes and is it more than one class with the same students? Thanks for being an inspiration. Terry


Oh these are looking great too!

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