Wednesday, May 13, 2009

MQS Day 1

I had Freehand Feathers with Lisa Coker from Texas. She's a wild woman from the west and keeps her students interested with all sort os Texas stories.

I had a hands-on class with Linda Taylor,Longarm Technical Skills. We learned how to set triangles and borders. It was mostly a refresher but I had a blast. And I won a door prize. And I found out that my Gammill dealer, Barbara Vanice invented the Gammill extended base. Well, I knew she was talented but I didn't know about the inventor side of her.

Then off to Red Robin for dinner with about 12 people. Great fun.

1 comment:

panchobrinks said...

Hi! Sounds like you're having a blast. I set up my TinLizzie and took it for a spin. I have a whole new appreciation for the work you do!! You definitely have to acquire the skill--I can see I have hours and hours ahead of me LOL!! I'm most impressed with your straight lines. It's not as easy as it looks!

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