Sunday, January 28, 2018

Panama Quilt Classes, Part One

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  1. Hi Anna, Thanks for sharing, it looked like you had a lot of fun. Hopefully, I have been clever and managed to put in a link for you to listen to a radio program about a quilt that was made in 1820 from wool, right up your street. It was extremely interesting.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09ly6rk
    I hope you do more tutorials soon and I look forward to seeing more videos from your trip. Hope G is well on the mend.
    Thanks again
    Ruth x

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  2. Thanks for all the info about the Flatter product, that orange Hexie box is cute!

    Been to Greece twice and it is amazing, 6 weeks the first time and two the second. May need a third trip in the future.

    The river boat trip in 2019 sound interesting, will have to put it and Santa Fe on my bucket list.

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  3. Great video! Such an inspiring way to start my day. I am a big Sue Spargo fan! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Oh Gosh! ANNA!! I have enjoyed watching these videos and hearing all about your trip! Also, its soo nice how you have videoed your time with Sue Spargo.. I felt like I was sitting right there enjoying the conversation with you! VERY NICE!! As for 3/16" hexies... OHMY!! I cant begin to imagine those tiny things!! Will you show us your sample in an upcoming video?! THANK YOU!!for taking us along on your adventures! <3

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  5. Welcome home. Love seeing this video...really...all your videos are great. You may be a Sue Spargo stalker but I love to follow you on your trips or just being in the 'Bee Hive'. Hope you and G are feeling well and getting some needed rest. Look forward to your next video. Patty Mc

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