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Re: This Year's Convention

At 10:28 AM 6/27/00 EDT, you wrote:
 >near her.  I wondered if she quilts as that is my fiber art of choice but 
>didn't want to take too much of her time.  

Fun to hear there are other quiltmakers among this particular bunch of
hostaholics! I also quilt, have done so for over 20 years. Mostly hand
piecing, but last year I took an applique class based on Elly Sienkewicz's
needle turn techniques and discovered how addictive that can be, too.

Has anyone on the list ever designed and executed a quilt with a hosta

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