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Fracture Frenzy

It’s been five years, but I’ve finally put together all of my new fracturing ideas into a second book.  It’s currently at the printer and is available for advanced purchase here along with my first book Fabulous Fractures.   Advertisements

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Fabulous Fractures

On Saturday I went down to Patchwork Place in Norman to teach my fractures class.  I had five very able students in my class. Each of them chose a beautiful piece of fabric I had never seen fractured before.  It’s … Continue reading

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Fracturing Frenzy

Today for the first time in quite a while I taught a fractures class.  This time I only had one student, but she was a doozy (and I mean that in the nicest of ways).  Her name is Ashley. Ashley … Continue reading

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Fractures in Edmond

Yesterday I had the opportunity to teach my fractures workshop for my very own Edmond Quilt Guild.  I had six students and we had a wonderful time.  It was fun to have a class full of my friends. Sue Alice … Continue reading

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Hutchinson, KS

Earlier this week I was in Hutchinson, KS for my first out of state guild program and workshop.  I started in the morning doing the program for The Heart of Kansas Quilters. Heart of Kansas Quilters They had a very … Continue reading

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Fractures Class

Yesterday I drove down to Patchwork Place in Norman and spent the day teaching a Fractures I class.  Billie has recently moved her shop to a new location and it's wonderful!  She's now just a very few short blocks from … Continue reading

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Fractures at Sooner

100_6295 On Saturday I taught a beginning fractures class at Sooner Quilts.  I only had three students, but they caught on faster than any class I've ever taught.  We were done nearly 2 hours ahead of schedule.  You go, girls! … Continue reading

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