4/22/07

Make It U!


I'm back from the International Quilt Show and Make It University with Cloth Paper Scissors. It was an absolute blast and I met some fab artists: Cheryl, Debbi, Virginia, Deb, Julaine and Judy. Four hours non-stop chatting with people about paper beads and other delicious art dujour. Everyone was so nice to me. It was the highlight of my year! There are more pix on the CPS site here.

14 comments:

  1. Girl, look at you with that hair! Love it! Glad you had such a mag time at the show.

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  2. You are so cute! I'm glad you had a wonderful time at the show.

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  3. Hey, who's that sitting in my chair?

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  4. Hey Girl!!! I have missed you! My husband is home for the week and I can't get on the computer 'cause he's too busy geekin' out. Your hair is AWESOME!!! I looked at the CPS pics and it looks like a great time. I hope all is well with you. I'm enjoying my assemblage piece so much. I will leave your feedback next week. Love, Jamie

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  5. Kicking Cheryl out of a chair is no mean feat...your GIANT turquoise suitcase is so intimidating!

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  6. Ohhhhhhhhhh I am so jealous! I would love to go to one of those shows. It looks like you had a blast. What a great turn out!

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  7. I posted about you yesterday! Hope all is well:)

    Jamie

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  8. Anonymous5/10/2007

    "No, they weren’t a Mormon group, but yes, one family was or had been Mormon. Levinah Jackson Murphy converted to the LDS faith in 1836; she and her children lived in the Mormon seat of Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1841-1842, then returned to their home in Tennessee. They may have been attempting to rejoin the church when they went West, but it’s not certain that they still considered themselves Mormons in 1846. As for the other members of the Donner Party, the Breens and Patrick Dolan were Roman Catholics; Margret Reed and her mother Sarah Keyes were Methodists; James Reed had been raised Presbyterian but joined the Methodist church after his marriage to Margaret; Augustus Spitzer may have been Jewish; Louis Keseberg was a Lutheran, but his wife Philippine had been raised Catholic. Tamzene Donner may have been brought up Episcopalian, but the German Prairie Christian Church which she and George attended in Illinois was evidently a Disciples of Christ congregation."

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  9. CADY (fa la la la la)5/10/2007

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/01/060103183333.htm

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  10. Ah, a cryptic message from my funny little valentine! mom

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  11. oh you look marvelous darling just marvelous.
    Ang

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  12. I got my CPS Ish 12 today!!! Woot! You rocked it!

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  13. Hey Girlfreind!
    I'm tagging you for the "7 random things about me" Meme.
    If you would like to play - you can publish your list and tag 7 other people. oxooo Deb

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  14. are those all embossing powders open on the table? crazy!

    i only have 6 colors. =>

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