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Re: OT: Iris Art

Quilts are quite expensive to make-well over $100 and more if you have to
have them quilted.  You have to sell a lot of tickets.  Does your group do
well at that?  I suggest a wall hanging as being smaller and maybe more
appealing to more people and of course the cost is much less and the work.
 Our local quilting group has a quilt show Oct. 4-5 and we will have 189
quilts + there are about 40 architectural challenge pieces at the Kalamazoo
Valley Museum for 2 mos. and it is a stunning display.  Our group has a lot
of talent and it is much better than most quilt shows we go to.  I have
several iris pattersn--I have designed some of them and have one 12" block
which is a Joyce Schot---2-curve patch TB which I have changed to get
something that looks like modern TB iiris.  I've been quilting about 10 years
and have sewn most of my life.  Anna Mae Miller, Kalamazoo, MI

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