I'm finally able to view the magazine. I was waiting with baited breath for Sept the first to arrive…. and then I couldn't view it because of the slow connection…
So it was the first thing I did this morning when I got to the hotel and my anticipation was rewarded…. well done Jim.
"taking quilting one step further"
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Pam, thanks for the link to the magazine. I’d subscribed, but forgotten about it! I wonder if they will send out reminders. Perhaps not, with over 150,000 subscribers.
The article was very good, if a little sad. It reminded me of my own childhood, growing up in North Wales, singing hymns in a Welsh chapel with a corrugated tin roof. When it rained you had to sing louder.
Enjoy the rest of your trip. A shame about Bayeux, but preferable to drowning (!)
from the Monet class at FOQ
My, gosh…what is left for the next issue of the magazine? I enjoyed your article. I loved your Scotland pictures in the previous blog entry. I wish yoiu and Keith continued safe travels.
I think it will be great… I will add video next time to my piece and maybe a project.
Yrs, I was disappointed about Bayeux…. but hopefully we will have a tour there soon…!!!
Hi Pam, I was also in your Monet class at the Festival of Quilts,I was the one from Brunei, I read your article in the quiltposium magazine and really enjoyed it. I also really enjoyed your class and seeing your work.
I used also to be horribly shy and lacking in self confidence, and it still comes back sometimes, but I think quilting has really helped me come out of my shell.
i want you to know i am so impressed with your article in the new issue of quiltposium magazine. i have not been to russia, if you can believe it, and i am inspired now to put a trip together because of what you wrote and drew.
you are a rock star and i love you and your talents!